Topic: Choosing Between MPLS and SD-WAN

Guest: NEF VP of Sales John Pomposello

The emergence of software-defined networking has led many companies to believe MPLS is no longer a viable connectivity option. In this edition of Telecom Talk, NEF’s John Pomposello discusses why this might be a premature conclusion and offers key considerations for companies that might be exploring a leap from MPLS to SD-WAN.

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