The Bandwidth Tradeoff
Global demand for internet transport is skyrocketing due to changes in network edge technology, greater use of cloud services that don’t necessitate backhauling all traffic to your data center, and just generally greater adoption of the hybrid WAN. What’s surprising is that the cost for broadband internet has increased marginally over the last few years but the amount of bandwidth delivered has increased nearly ten-fold.
Listen to this 12 minute podcast as TC2’s Keith Cook and Mark Sheard discuss with Joe Schmidt how enterprises can establish the right network transport mix to take advantage of this pricing phenomenon.
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