Flexible, dynamic bandwidth management with Software-Defined Networking

  • Software-Defined Networking (SDN) offers the flexibility and control to adapt your network quickly to changing needs.

  • New advances have now made it faster and simpler for education and healthcare organizations to realize the benefits of SDN.

A massive increase in data traffic and a growing number of bandwidth-hungry applications are putting unprecedented strain on networks. And with bandwidth demands constantly rising and falling, it’s now essential for organizations to have a dynamic network that can respond and adapt as needs change.

Listen now to get the expert insights of Frost & Sullivan industry analyst Roopa Honnachari, and AT&T networking expert Rupesh Chokshi. They look at the current state of networking in the education and healthcare sectors, and reveal why Software-Defined Networking (SDN) offers a more flexible approach to help you respond rapidly to changing needs and reduce long-term network costs. You’ll learn how modern SDN solutions provide an easier way to gain near real-time control of your network, so you can scale bandwidth up or down in minutes, not days.

The webinar also features a Q&A session, so you can get all your SDN questions answered by the experts.

Don’t miss this opportunity to discover the simple way to take advantage of SDN—and deliver the dynamic, on-demand network your organization needs.

Webinar: Flexible, dynamic bandwidth management with Software-Defined Networking

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