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Multapplied videos - SD-WAN ease of use

Video #1 explains how we gather link information about a link's latency and throughput limits before it becomes part of a bond.
In this video we show how easy it is in our system to activate a bond. We take our three network access links and aggregate them using our Bonded Internet user interface. We then perform a speed test to show you how all three links come together as one.
In this video we demonstrate our same-IP failover technology. We begin a large file transfer over the bonded connection and remove the cable connection, simulating a network failure. The file continues to transfer without interruption.
In this video we turn on our powerful compression/acceleration engine to show you how much increased performance we can get out of our bond.
In this video we show how our system is able to adjust itself to avoid poor bandwidth regions of a given connection. We use Quality of Service to virtually eliminate the effects of jitter and latency on the transmission of voice packets.

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