IDG Contributor Network: 3 providers fixing the middle mile problems of internet-based SD-WANs

IDG Contributor Network: 3 providers fixing the middle mile problems of internet-based SD-WANs

A new global backbone provider emerged from stealth last week, giving organizations even more choice in how they build their Internet-based SD-WANs.  Mode introduced what it calls a “software-defined core” (SD-CORE) network that offers IT “affordable private network reliability and quality of service” across the globe.

The company joins Aryaka and Cato Networks as one of the few independent backbone providers helping enterprises solve the variability problems of the Internet core.  “Internet testing results: Why fixing the internet middle mile is essential for SD-WAN performance,” middle-mile performance, forms the biggest challenge for delivering stable, global, low-latency connections.

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