Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) is a technology that enables enterprises to distribute network traffic dynamically across multiple hybrid WANs based on their current network status, to automatically determine the most effective way to route traffic to and from remote locations and central site.


SD-WAN deployment optimizes connectivity for multiple sites free from the limitations of branch routers or bandwidth constraints.

SD-WAN v/s Traditional WAN

The hub-and-spoke network design of traditional WAN completely depends on data centers and Ethernet connections, resulting in compromises on performance. SD-WAN comprises a centralized model that significantly boosts network efficiency.

SD-WAN v/s Branch Routers

The architecture of branch routers cannot meet the demands of cloud-based applications, services and resources. The centralized SD-WAN model overcomes these limitations and provides scalability and flexibility.


High-volume multimedia content makes MPLS deployment excessively expensive due to high per-megabit costs. The SD-WAN model offers secure cost-effective deployment capabilities, delivers speed, and improves resilience.


Enterprises need reliable networks and unparalleled deployment flexibility to gain a competitive edge. Integrating SD-WAN solutions enable streamlined management and monitoring of your WAN via a single interface.

Expensive Bandwidth

Enterprises with global operations demand reliable connectivity, bandwidth, and speed. Extending bandwidth to accommodate new offices is expensive, often affecting quality. SD-WAN helps save on hardware costs, with a full range of deployment options.
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Branch Complexity

Increasing the number of single-function devices and cloud-based applications across branches makes it cumbersome and complex to manage. The SD-WAN integrated solution simplifies branch network infrastructure with automated configuration and centralized troubleshooting tools.
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Rigid Architecture

Legacy WAN architecture tends to be rigid and complex, resulting in higher bandwidth costs, longer deployment time, and is not easy to manage. The SD-WAN solution uses hybrid or Internet links to secure high-performance connections for enterprise applications.
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Network Disruption

Dependence on a single network path and the unreliability of transport-based connectivity options can result in blackouts and compromised quality of service. SD-WAN technology integrates multiple WAN connections, enabling seamless linking and interoperability across multiple devices.


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Simplified branch networks
The SD-WAN solution simplifies creating branch network infrastructure with zero-touch deployment, automated configuration, and continual monitoring with centralized troubleshooting tools. This greatly reduces the complexity and turnaround involved in setting up and commissioning new sites.
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Optimized performance
The SD-WAN solution enables optimal application performance using hybrid or Internet links to secure high-performance connections and consolidate monitoring across WAN links.
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Agility delivered
SD-WAN technology delivers the new office in mere minutes, unlike the weeks and months taken by traditional links. SD-WAN nodes configure themselves and can use 4G/LTE/Broadband for instant deployment, while you wait for other circuit installations and continue working. SD-WANs let you move, add, and change in minutes.
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Reduced costs
With SD-WAN, you can choose from a range of convenient deployment options, simplify your infrastructure requirement, and reduce hardware appliance costs. In addition, compared to MPLS/leased circuits, LTE/4G/broadband Internet solutions can help lower Internet costs by as much as 90 percent


Hybrid WAN

Hybrid WAN comprises of one or more broadband links using MPLS techniques that enable traffic engineering and allow shared used of public and private domains. Upgrade and intensify your existing network with SD-WAN for improved application capacity, traffic routing control, and visibility.

Cloud WAN

Traditional cloud WAN may deliver network functions on an as-a-service basis and reduce the need for complex hardware layouts. However, integrated SD-WAN enables you to strengthen your network architecture to streamline WAN and to deliver simplicity, improve branch office agility, and optimize SaaS application performance

Green SD-WAN

Limit your carbon footprint with an integrated SD-WAN gateway solution by deploying fewer devices at branch offices—meaning reduced power and cooling requirements. SD-WAN optimizes bandwidth by enabling the use of resource sharing through green and cost-efficient multitenancy options.

Branch Office Deployment

Global organizations with multiple operating centers require seamless network connectivity. SD-WAN interconnects these global centers to enable remote administration, and removes the complexity of network architectures. You can manage application access and prioritize bandwidth to provide optimal QoS.


UniGr8ways SD-WAN combines technologies to create WANs with amplified bandwidth, substantial network visibility, service insertion, and superior, secure connectivity using wired or wireless broadband Internet with a selective use of select conventional MPLs.
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Application-centric approach
Application-centric approach is at the core of UniGr8ways SD-WAN technology, where advanced overlay tunnels are designed and purpose-built to facilitate optimal performance of diverse applications
Automation at every level
UniGr8ways SD-WAN architecture focuses on automating configuration, management, and seamless mitigation of disruptions by detecting faulty network conditions and implementing real-time corrective measures.
Wide array of mobile products
UniGr8ways SD-WAN provides zero-touch deployment and can help easily extend your WAN to include temporary locations, outdoor mobile applications, and company vehicles without the constraints of fixed-line connectivity.