LanDynamix implements SDWAN for AllLife

Wednesday 9 June 2021 | 16:23 CET | News
LanDynamix, a managed services specialist from South Africa, has completed the successful migration to a software-defined wide-area network (SDWAN) for its long-standing client, AllLife. The new network provides greater flexibility, delivers higher speed, and can accommodate growth, says Leandro Valentini, Head of IT: IT Operations, Facilities and Collections, at AllLife. SDWAN allows the network topology to be simplified, making support and management much easier and less time-consuming.

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