Don't Over-Pay for DIA

Presented by

Barry Li, Sr. Solutions Architect , Paul Ho, Sr. Solutions Architect & Timo Prietto, Regional Director of Sales

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About this talk: Direct Internet Access (DIA) has become one of the most popular methods for businesses to connect to the internet. Many businesses choose DIA because it offers better upload/download speeds and SLAs than broadband while costing less than traditional MPLS connections. However, to maximize your DIA strategy there are things to consider that many businesses often miss. In 15 min, let Barry Li (Sr. Solutions Architect), Paul Ho (Sr. Solutions Architect), and Timo Prietto (Regional Director of Sales) share with you concepts that will help you optimize your DIA strategy that you might have not considered. --- About Graphiant: When enterprise networks included only data centers, office workers, and maybe a cloud connection, provisioning the network was easy. IT owned, had visibility into, and controlled everything. Today’s sprawling enterprise networks comprise hybrid cloud, remote workers, edge networks, and IoT devices. Traffic crosses a “digital wilderness” that IT doesn’t own, control nor has visibility into. This makes it impossible for IT to provision enterprise–grade networks with the agility today’s business requires. MPLS and SD-WAN don’t work in this environment. While MPLS offers enterprise–grade performance (SLA–level reliability, security and privacy), it is expensive and cumbersome to provision. SD-WAN isn’t robust and agility disappears when faced with the number of tunnels IT must build for today’s complex networks. This is the problem Graphiant, led by Viptela co–founder Khalid Raza, set out to solve. Their flagship service, the Graphiant Network Edge, combines MPLS performance with Internet–class “as–a–Service” agility to enable IT to deliver enterprise–grade networks with agility.
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Graphiant is a Silicon Valley-based provider of next-generation Edge services. Graphiant has developed the Graphiant Network Edge, an “as-a-Service” solution that provides connectivity between the enterprise WAN, hybrid cloud, network edge, customers, and partners. Graphiant’s Network Edge combines MPLS-like performance (guaranteed delivery and privacy) and Internet-class agility to enable network architects to build enterprise-grade networks at the speed of business. Join us for monthly webinars ranging in leadership lessons to technical deep dives for the networking space.