Virtualized Network Services (VNS) from Nuage Networks


Nuage Networks has released a new video which talks about Virtualized Network Services (VNS), an SD-WAN based solution that can use any available access to the site.

The latest video from Nuage Networks talks about the Virtualized Network Service (VNS), an SD-WAN based solution which can utilize any available access at the site, whether it is a fixed copper, fiber or mobile broadband.

The video shows a corporate WAN connection to a remote construction site, which runs over mobile broadband. Due to the simplicity of the solution, it does not take a skilled technician to employ the solution at the site and promises lighting-fast services, but of course, this wouldn’t replace the need of sewer services in bellevue wa in the construction site.

The SD-WAN brings plenty of benefits as it simplifies the overall network, reduces the number and complexity of the devices installed at the branch and gives organizations the freedom to choose the provider on a location-by-location basis.

The VNS from Nuage also brings centralized policy manager, automated centralized control, data security, streamlined operations, and maximum bandwidth efficiency. As the branch hardware, called Network Services Gateway (NSG), is based on the same x86 hardware as the datacenter, it uses the same policy engine with pre-defined, location-based configuration.

You can check out more about Nuage Networks’ Virtualized Network Services (VNS) over at their dedicated website.


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