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Glue Networks Boasts Global SDN Deployment

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Glue Networks has been selected by MWH Global, the “wet” infrastructure sector leader, to deliver an agile, higher bandwidth, higher performance Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SDWAN) with hundreds of routers connecting 160 branch offices across six continents. The Gluware intelligent orchestration engine can provision and deploy nodes in minutes vs. weeks or months with manual solutions, and simplifies the deployment and management of WAN infrastructure.

MWH is migrating from a lower performance, inflexible MPLS network that required 3-6 months to get an MPLS connection to a new site, to a highly resilient broadband network that can provision remote sites worldwide in minutes. The new network will connect regional hubs in the U.S., U.K., Australia and India to the MWH core network optimizing global transit paths.

MWH is transforming its global network with SDN. MWH is at the forefront of 3D, 4D and 5D design modeling and virtual design construction and presents its clients the broadest range of visual options requiring an agile, innovative network. MWH is simplifying collaboration, offering universal access in a secure manner, and making knowledge more accessible to the company. MWH has specific requirements to reduce IT spend while simultaneously increasing agility, bandwidth and providing enhanced service quality.

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