From Dirt Roads to 8-Lane Interstates: The Need for a Wired Network That’s Geared for Speed

Your corporate network should be an 8-lane interstate, but let’s be honest, it often feels more like a dirt road. You’re trying to speed up, but you’re hitting potholes, getting stuck behind slowpokes, and feeling like you’re never going to get to your destination on time.

One problem could be that you’re relying on an old 100Mb backbone instead of investing in new 800Gb technology. Your data is all backed up behind that slow John Deere, taking up all the road, causing jitter on your video conferencing, slow cloud connections, and even complete failure when you need it the most. It’s like hitting a sinkhole on your way to a crucial meeting, leaving you floundering in the dust.

And what about internet? The potentially most trafficked highway within a business, no matter how many lanes you build the constantly rising demand always outstrips what’s affordable.

But what if we told you there’s a way to stitch together multiple low-cost internet connections to make a big, happier, faster connection with lots of redundancy? We’re talking about SDWAN – the magic solution that’ll give you the power to build an 8-lane interstate and cut past those holding you back. With SDWAN, you won’t feel the loss when one connection goes down, and you can say goodbye to slow cloud connections and jittery video conferencing. So why settle for a dirt road when you can be cruising down a superhighway?

Mavenspire’s FaaST services can proactively diagnose where the tractors are, internally or externally and enable us to recommend the changes necessary to keep you cruising at full speed with the wind in your hair and bugs in your teeth.

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