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December 2018 | By Kowshik Bhat @ Riverbed Technologies
Extending SD-WAN to Wireless LAN

Extending SD-WAN to Wireless LAN

Wireless LANs are quickly becoming the primary connection option in most organizations. Employees use their mobile devices, including personal devices, to connect to business apps when not at their desk. Visitors expect a guest network so that they can remain in touch during their stay. Internet of Things devices need to relay their data and receive instructions. Employees at their desks often don’t bother to plug their laptop into the Ethernet cable because Wi-Fi is easier, so new and renovated offices are skipping wired connections entirely.



Kowshik Bhat

Director of Product Marketing

at Riverbed Technologies 


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