The Internet has long provided connectivity to the home, where inconsistent performance and reliability have been more tolerated than in the business world. Today, however, with large-scale migration to multi-cloud, enterprises are looking to the Internet to become their new wide area network (WAN).
The main drivers behind this are the costs and inflexibility of traditional MPLS networks holding digital transformation initiatives back and stopping companies from being competitive. The Internet reduces costs, even while bandwidth requirements are increasing, and enables greater flexibility in how traffic connects to the cloud.
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