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WAN Optimization

WAN Optimization: WAN optimization is a collection of techniques for increasing data-transfer efficiencies across wide-area networks. The most common measures of TCP data-transfer efficiencies (i.e., optimization) are throughput, bandwidth requirements, latency, protocol optimization, and congestion, as manifested in dropped packets. In addition, the WAN itself can be classified with regards to the distance between endpoints and the amounts of data transferred. Two common business WAN topologies are Branch to Headquarters and Data Center to Data Center. ( Source WikipediA, edited)

WAN Application Delivery is the Key to Making Angry Birds Fly

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WAN application delivery—and by necessity, related issues such as data quality, monitoring and optimisation, is one of the biggest behind-the-scenes technologies in the marketplace. It may not get the media attention as do the angry birds that populate the latest mobile games, but how this market shakes out may well make the difference on whether your angry birds catapult across the sky on a timely basis.   According to IDC, WAN application delivery is one of ...   read more