Webinar: Optimize Network Access at the Tactical Edge with Software-Defined Wide Area Networking
January 01, 2022 | BY: Dominic Perez
Join us February 2 at 2:00 p.m. ET for a free webinar
More than ever, data for situational awareness (SA) and key communications is located in one or more cloud systems. The DoD is actively looking to aggregate and distribute this information through programs such as Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2) and the associated efforts of the Air Force’s Advanced Battle Management System (ABMS), the Army’s Project Convergence, and the Navy’s Project Overmatch. However, all of this data is useless if the WAN is down or unavailable -- a situation far too common in denied, degraded, intermittent, or limited (DDIL) communications environments.
Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) can help address the connectivity challenges and provide access to critical data and networks rapidly and reliably, even in the most isolated and austere environments on the planet. Software-Defined Networking can ensure that you automatically make the most of the available transport options in any given location, such as SATCOM, 4G/5G, or even fixed infrastructure, without relying on predefined PACE (Primary, Alternate, Contingent, Emergency) plans.
Join Chris Ernst, Systems Architect at Cisco Systems and Dominic Perez, CTO at Curtiss-Wright, on February 2 for this educational webinar exploring how cutting-edge SD-WAN technologies can ensure that you have the fastest and most reliable access to your data.