SD WAN’s driving principle is to simplify the way big companies turn up new links to branch offices, thereby reducing the need for extra infrastructure. With the WAN link, we eliminate the costs of redundant towers and add up to 40,000 PCV customers directly into EGB networks, and if you want to know more about SD WAN you can see here more information. Once full customer connectivity is achieved, we move to 2G/3G as fast as possible. This can take up to three days in case of particularly busy branches. Instead of 10 days, we have five to 10 days (with cost savings that we can demonstrate in marketing/performance tests).

‘The WAN bridge will enable IT to become much more efficient by providing simple, secure, interoperable connectivity. You can also add security by having a secured internet connection (visit the EATEL site to know more). It is also designed to make EGB an instrument of change. We hope that through the WAN bridge, EGB will become the start of a new era where all G20 members will have sufficient capacity to meet their projected future demands for service, capacity and speed. We need to realise the full potential of PCV to provide digital transformation and win the battle of “internet time”. Along with speed, you should also invest in disaster recovery services if anything bad happens. Visit sites like https://www.venyu.com/disaster-recovery-services/ to find more details.

Click here for more details about PCCWAN and to visit PCCWAN’s website.

WAN link structure

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Construction

Consolidated view

All views for this map are provided by European Bridge Network (EBN)

The main components of the WAN bridge are:

An orbital uplink to the WAN satellite

Spatial management of data transfer between the satellite uplink and the branch offices

Host connectivity to the satellite uplink

Host connectivity to the branch offices

EBN support to customers, including up to 40,000 PCV customers

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An orbital uplink to the WAN satellite

Spatial management of data transfer between the satellite uplink and the branch offices

Host connectivity to the satellite uplink

Host connectivity to the branch offices

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Host connectivity to the satellite uplink

Host connectivity to the branch offices

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Host connectivity to the satellite uplink

Host connectivity to the branch offices

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Host connectivity to the satellite uplink

Host connectivity to the branch offices

CAS G3005/1 Construction

Host connectivity to the satellite uplink

Host connectivity to the branch offices

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Host connectivity to the satellite uplink

Host connectivity to the branch offices

EBN support to customers

Mainframe Computer Communications System

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Background Information

This diagram represents the “primary data connection” (PDA) for a PCV branch office,

currently being used for PCV VAS. All IP packets are routed and monitored on the ground.

Locations of PCV branch offices are represented by arrows.

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