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Route Diversity

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Route Diversity

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Route Diversity for Business Assurance and Survivability

Route diversity is a valuable strategy in helping businesses achieve the continuity, resilience, and zero downtime they need to survive and maintain a digital presence, especially in uncertain times when anything can happen. Increasingly, IT leaders are looking to route diversity as an important element of an SD-WAN business continuity strategy.

True route diversity is defined by the type of internet connection and where the connection is made – either through the ground (fiber or cable) or at the rooftop (wireless) of your business. Internet links may be fiber, cable, or fixed wireless but it’s important to remember that wired solutions enter the building from underground or at street level, making them susceptible to the terrestrial outages, even if they’re from different providers. WiLine fixed wireless is the only link that comes from the rooftop, rather than a conduit into the basement, offering a sensible option to pair with one of the others for route diversity as part of a business survivability strategy.

The Only Choice for Path Diversity

Route diversity is more important than vendor diversity when it comes to redundancy and survivability, which is why WiLine offers solutions to ensure your business is prepared.

Dedicated Internet Access for Business (DIA) Delivered Over Fixed Wireless

With speeds up to 10 Gbps, DIA from WilLine ensures that your business consistently enjoys a minimum amount of bandwidth and offers an affordable route diversity solution. Since WiLine comes into the building from the roof, it can be combined with access technologies that come in from the basement or street level and failover seamlessly as needed in the event of an outage. WiLine enterprise-grade DIA is easy to scale and quick to install, with high-speed, dedicated, symmetrical, internet service, SLA guarantees, 24/7 support, and optional services to support your changing needs.

WiLine SD-Wan

SD-WAN has become central to the strategy of most IT teams to manage their networks performance. An SD-WAN improves application performance and reliability, while improving cost efficiency. Simple to deploy and manage, WiLine SD-WAN actively monitors and measures the quality of each link including packet loss, latency and jitter, and routes network traffic according to policies that optimize business performance and business continuity.

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