Video Series: WAN Summit New York 2016
The WAN Summit is a unique event that brings together buyers and sellers of enterprise WAN services. The event is focused on delivering a rich learning environment where the bleeding edge of hybrid WAN technologies and implementation best practices are discussed. Get up to speed with our videos from the New York WAN Summit!
Lessons from your peers.
At the WAN Summit, our case study sessions highlight how real world situations meet the latest hybrid WAN design strategies. Discover how the following organizations with global network footprints address their unique business challenges by migrating to hybrid WANs.
Kaiser Permanente's WAN 3.0
Kris Kline, explains the three phases of Kaiser's WAN evolution and how the third iteration meets Kaiser's growing traffic demands.
GateGourmet's 24/7 Network
Hear about Gate Gourmet's "Never, ever make the airline late" mantra and how Garth Gray built a network that supports this goal.
BorgWarner's Balancing Act
BorgWarner's rapid growth and acquisitions made it necessary to transition to a hybrid network with MPLS and Internet links. Mark Williams explains how.
Intuit's Manish Gupta was tasked to scale the network, lower costs, and maintain MPLS-like SLA. An impossible task?
The Azure WAN
In his Keynote, Jeffrey Cohen of Microsoft shares lessons from Azure's WAN and what you can learn from its evolution.
Sensata's UC Success
Sensata's Mark DeLorenzo explains how their SD-WAN architecture was critical in delivering their unified communications needs.
Shell's Remote Connectivity
Shell and WireIE describe the challenges and solution to connecting remote and mobile sites.
Cable & Wireless' Solution
Hybrid WAN design. What you need to know today.
Four WAN service vendors and one end-user explain what key concepts you need to know about the modern WAN. Get beyond the cost-saving conversation and listen to critical implementation considerations, changes in network monitoring approaches, and how to balance performance and security needs in a hybrid WAN environment.
Carriers evolve to meet the demands of the modern WAN.
The modern WAN is often refered to as the "programmable network." This software-driven capability promises to offer bandwidth on demand, better and more flexible access to cloud services, and faster network deployments. How are carriers changing their network architecture and services to meet these needs?
Making it all work with the modern WAN.
A series of panel discussions explore how the modern WAN is reshaping—and behind transformed by—wireless applications, the cloud, and traditional voice.
Wireless and the WAN
Panelists discuss the explosion of wireless devices and how they fit into the new WAN environment.
Voice and the WAN
Panelists discuss how voice has lagged behind other applications in finding where it fits into the modern WAN.
Cloud and the WAN
Panelists discuss the role of cloud services and challenges to delivering it to end users.
Making it all work in your budget.
The hybrid WAN conversation often starts with how much the architecture will reduce your total cost of network ownership. How do you squeeze your budget to get the network you need? How do you manage operational costs after you deploy your new network?
How to Model your Network
TeleGeography's Mike Bisaha gives a sweeping overview of available enterprise services, variations in prices, and how these differences affect a hypothetical network TCO.
Your Network & Your Budget