Hybrid WAN

Augment your existing WAN with the powerful Intelligent Network Fabric 

Use your MPLS during migration

Extend your SD-WAN over your existing MPLS network, either permanently or to effect an easy transition to an SDN world.

A Hybrid WAN allows you to use whatever connectivity you already have, while being able to benefit from features such as multiple links (incompatible with legacy MPLS), network virtualisation, QoS and seamless cloud integration.


SD-WAN doesn’t just mean broadband

Your MPLS is outdated and inflexible, but fibre Ethernet still has its place.

Using the right circuit technology at the right time gives you the best of all worlds. Ethernet leased lines where they are appropriate and cost effective, FTTx where it will deliver more bandwidth at lower cost, and 4G/5G where access is difficult or transient.


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“We asked Evolving Networks to put QoS on our old VPN, but thanks to their willingness to really understand where we were and where we’re headed – both technically and commercially – they’ve done so much more for us. They’ve made a huge difference for Bulk Powders, and we’re looking forward to having them alongside as we drive further international expansion."

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Network virtualisation

MPLS topologies are fixed and based on the physical network. The Evolving Networks INF network software overlay allows you to define your network any way you want.

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Bandwidth aggregation

Instead of an upgrade that might be overkill, increase existing bandwidth incrementally. Link aggregation technology means scalable capacity increases, and with any circuit type.

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Multipath packet vectoring

Complex, live decisions are made by the EVX edge appliance and by the central AI at the heart of our ecosystem in order to determine where each packet is vectored.


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