Expensive MPLS Links with Limited Capacity?
Enterprises are dependent on high cost and bandwidth constrained MPLS links. They are looking to augment or replace MPLS-based WAN connectivity with affordable SLA-backed connectivity.
Augment or Replace MPLS Links
Cato SD-WAN enables organizations to augment MPLS with affordable last mile services (Fiber, Broadband, 4G/LTE) and dynamically direct traffic based on applications needs and link quality. Unlike legacy SD-WAN solutions that use the public Internet with MPLS, Cato is uniquely capable to replace MPLS altogether with our global SLA-backed backbone. Cato further extends the benefits of SD-WAN to cloud resources and mobile users and provides a full cloud-based network security stack to secure all WAN and Internet traffic.
- Flexible and Resilient Last-Mile: Cato Socket can use multiple internet links in active/active configuration to maximize capacity, supports 4G/LTE link for failover and applies various traffic optimizations and packet-loss elimination algorithms.
- SLA-backed WAN: Cato’s SLA-backed backbone provides a WAN leg that is better than the public internet. It means you can offload more traffic to the Cato Cloud versus a standard internet link.
- Extend WAN to mobile users and cloud datacenters: Cato provides optimized connectivity beyond the branch, to both mobile users and cloud infrastructures, without the need for deploying and managing dedicated solutions.