This week’s visitor on TeleGeography Explains the Web has a deep historical past in networking.
Khalid Raza was concerned in among the earliest large-scale MPLS deployments. Then, after seeing the constraints of MPLS, he co-founded Viptela–diving head-first into the SD-WAN revolution.
Khalid is now the Founder and CEO of Graphiant, a Silicon Valley-based startup. On this interview, he describes how enterprise networks have modified and why we’d like an method past MPLS and SD-WAN.
We additionally focus on the origin of Graphiant, its method to fixing trendy community issues, and the way it differentiates itself from different NaaS and WAN companies within the present market.
After all, you’ll be able to’t discuss networking with out speaking about safety, in order that comes up as nicely. We additionally have a look at how Khalid sees enterprise networks creating within the years to return. Full episode under.
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