SDN Blog

10 Reasons to deploy MPLS technology

Network diagram

Through the years, new data-transporting techniques have worked to minimize issues. Multiprotocol Label Switching, or MPLS, is among them. MPLS was created roughly two decades ago and has emerged as the prevailing solution, according to some telecommunications experts. Read More»

Football players ready for the snap

In the past, I’ve compared the objectives of MPLS networks to that of basketball teams. But upon further review, comparing MPLS to football probably makes more sense. Read More»

WAN or SD-WAN for businesses?

The SD-WAN market is predicted to grow by 69 percent annually to become an $8 billion market by 2021. So which enterprises are most suitable? Read More»

SD-WAN: What You Need to Know

Hybrid WAN: mixture of MPLS AND SD-WAN

Traditional wide area networks (WANs) have been great with reliable delivery of packets, thanks to MPLS and Ethernet. But there are other ways to scale the network and do more with less hardware while meeting cloud computing needs and business requirements. Read More»

SDN Communications Wholesale Network

Leading businesses in Sioux Falls and across South Dakota generally are familiar with SDN Communications. The Sioux Falls-based company, along with its affiliates and partners, provides reliable broadband connectivity and telecommunications services to businesses, organizations and government, especially to clients with multiple locations in the city, state or region. Read More»

The Sioux Falls School District will begin the third year of its Student Technology Initiative in September with more broadband power than ever. Education officials determined last school year that middle schools, in particular, needed more Internet connection speed, and they will get it. Read More»

SDN Ethernet

Ethernet technology has grown through the years to become a highly popular, industry standard in electronic communications. Read More»

Gary Fischer, SDN Communications

Gary Fischer is in the prime of his high-tech career. But he remembers when 70-megabyte hard drives were about the size of a coffee table and hauling them around was a two-person job. Now, portable hard drives with thousands of times more storage capacity are about the size and weight of a cellphone. Read More»