Software Defined WAN (SD-WAN) is the simplified solution for daily Networking needs. It provides a piece of mind by reducing risks and hassles with a lower cost and ease of management by providing diverse solutions.

Load Balancing

Load Balancing provides a clear Dual WAN solution that allows both your ISP to simultaneously work actively. This delivers speed and a no drop answer to your Networking needs. The easy setup can be done right onto your SimpleWAN dashboard.


Failover, similar to Load Balancing, provides a Dual WAN solution for those who prefer to keep their secondary ISP in the back burner until necessary. It is a no drop solution that quickly switches you Primary and Secondary ISP rapidly. It has a wide variety of options to provide for those that wish to use this feature.

To set up Failover or know what your Failover options are, click here.


vMPLS takes your standard MPLS solution and makes it easier. Your multitude of sites are now easier to set up, easier to connect, and easier to maintain. The need for all sites to remain with the same ISP has been tossed out the window. Coupled with your Failover or Load Balancing, vMPLS will remain connected.

To learn how to set up the vMPLS, please click here

Software Defined Virtualization (SDV)

Software Defined Virtualization creates a secure connection between each of your locations to a specified server within your network. It prevents each location from interconnecting the same way as SD-WAN does to create a more secure Network. 

Software Defined Virtualization also provides an environment to allow your Failover or Load Balancing to keep your calls connected to your provider with no drop at all. The seamless switch between one ISP to another keeps the call going and your call quality at a good state.

For more information about SDV, click here

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