4 Ways How SD-WAN Makes Your Business Voice Better

September 19, 2018 by Ying-Hui Chen

All businesses need voice service. The voice of your company may play a bigger role in making great impressions than you thought. It represents not just your company but also your service quality. That’s why many businesses are turning to SD-WAN to maximize the effectiveness of their voice functions for better call quality at lower costs!

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How Does SD-WAN Make Your Voice Service Better?

  1. Competitive Edge

With expected $8.05 billion SD-WAN hardware sales by 2021, more and more users are using SD-WAN solutions, so you don’t want to be left behind. Stay competitive with the best voice is no longer a nice-to-have, but a must-have feature!

  1. HIPAA-Grade Security

As data breaches continue to increase, protecting your networking system is more important than ever! SD-WAN protects your system with HIPAA-grade security, giving you peace of mind knowing that you can communicate freely.

  1. Excellent Call Quality

SD-WAN improves your Quality of Service (QoS) and call stability by routing connections through the best connection path. The intelligent solution makes smart real-time decisions to prioritize your tasks and assign just the right amount of space for each task. Learn more here.

  1. Lower Costs

SD-WAN is projected to become increasingly available on an as-a-service model. This means that you will save more with less needed equipment to purchase at the end user level.

Now you know how SD-WAN can make your business voice better! Ready to get started adding SD-WAN to your voice connections? Check out SimpleWAN SD-Voice, an innovative solution designed specifically for voice, providing greater security, better quality and more!

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