AT&T makes SD-WAN available to more than 150 countries

Nathan Cranford

AT&T extends hybrid networking options AT&T recently announced it is making its SD-WAN service available to over 150 countries and territories. AT&T originally deployed its platform, dubbed SD-WAN – Network Based, to select customers in the U.S. in 2017. The expansion of AT&T’s SD-WAN ought to enable more customers to access the solution from the [...]

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