Cloud Expo Asia is just around the corner and Silver Peak has announced it will be showcasing its latest series of innovations in SD-WAN.
Taking place at the Sands Expo and Convention Centre in Singapore for two days from October 11, Silver Peak will be revealing its advanced SD-WAN solutions, among others.
According to the company, they’ve surpassed more than 500 customer deployments around the globe with geographically distributed enterprises swiftly embracing SD-WAN.
Silver Peak affirms this enables them to connect users to applications with the flexibility to use any combination of connectivity, including broadband, without compromising network or application performance.
“Today’s hyper-connected, cloud-first enterprises are demanding greater agility and efficiency from SD-WAN solutions that can dramatically simplify and consolidate branch office infrastructure,” says David Hughes, founder and CEO of Silver Peak.
“We will be showcasing our EdgeConnect SD-WAN solution which has successfully endured a series of rigorous network packet-loss resilience tests, with real-world, challenging network scenarios, further validating the solution’s ability to maintain peak network and application performance and availability.”
Hughes will be speaking personally at the show, with his presentation (titled ‘SD-WAN From software-defined to self-driving’) taking place at 3:45pm on October 12 at the Cloud Expo Asia Keynote Theatre.
The keynote will center around the driving forces behind the shift from legacy systems to SD-WAN, framing the business benefits that enterprises can reap from a hybrid and SD-WAN solution deployments.
In addition, Hughes will also delve into the roles that artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning will have to play in enabling the self-driving network of the future.
Silver Peak’s vice president for service providers and cloud, Shayne Stubbs will also be speaking at the event, focusing on SD-WAN and how it enables cloud-first network transformation in addition to what software-defined networking and networking functions virtualization will mean for telcos and cloud service providers.