Gartner Analyzes Growing SD-WAN Adoption 

Gartner, “Technology Insight for Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN)” by Andrew Lerner, Neil Rickard, Ted Corbett, 28 April 2017 

Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) adoption is seeing rapid growth with over 3,000 paying customers and 100,000 branches deployed globally. Benefits of the technology include increased agility, cost reduction, and improved branch availability. 

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