In the 21st century, time has become increasingly scarce.  With innovation occurring every day right beyond our eyes, we have less time to assimilate what the new solutions are proposing for our daily lives.  

With that in mind, how is it possible to be on the cutting edge while taking advantage of a technology’s every feature as soon as it becomes available?  The key words are “think ahead”.  During the pandemic, I observed a true revolution in the IT sector.  

More than a “workaround” to meet urgent demands, we’re talking about platforms and tools that are becoming an almost inexhaustible source of resources for companies.  Such is the case with data transmission via Scalable Networks.  

Virtualization and beyond with Scalable Networks 

Virtualization is one of the main benefits of transmitting data through Scalable Networks.  This concept, which is the basis of cloud computing, consists of enabling companies to create virtual computers that use both their operational systems and their applications in a machine which physically doesn’t exist.  

This is also reflected in gains of up to 81%, as a result of network activity and better use of time to reduce operational costs.  

In addition to optimizing physical space, the concept also offers a safe environment for testing new applications, since the virtual computer will not suffer from crashes caused by hardware stress. This also makes the entire set safer against the loss of data and information. 

Virtual machines streaming data through Scalable Networks also count on other benefits, such as an 82% optimization of application performance, while the incidence of application problems is reduced by 25%. 

Another benefit is to simplify automation and perform system management based on remote clouds (SD-WAN), optimizing workflows, and ensuring better performance and productivity.  

Security and flexibility with Scalable Networks 

Over the last two years we observed several investments on speed and robustness to ensure simultaneous access to sites and mostly, to videoconferences.  However, an important field in company’s digital infrastructure is security. 

Using Scalable Networks in data transmission can increase connection security by up to 53%, which is very important for corporations of different sizes, as ensuring the confidentiality of treated and stored data becomes a priority, based on Brazil’s General Data Protection Act (LGPD, in the acronym in Portuguese). 

Data transmission via Scalable Networks also enables connection flexibility, meaning that your company can efficiently scale the amount of bandwidth consumed on specific applications and services, which helps in provisioning speed and managing costs.     

As mentioned in the beginning of this article, thinking ahead and being in the cutting edge of innovation means taking full advantage of what a new solution can offer. In data streaming through Scalable Networks, this can be the difference between being prepared or not for scenario changes caused by different, unpredictable factors.  

After all, no one was expecting a pandemic.  Still, many businesses had to adapt, and they not only survived, but also grew exponentially.

Francisco Anes
Senior Sales Director
Cirion, Brazil

Francisco Anes is Senior Sales Director for Cirion Technologies in Brazil.  He is dedicated to the mission of developing and leading people and forming high-performance teams, founded on universal values which are focused on providing the best technological solutions to support customer success. For the past 25 years, he has had the opportunity to work alongside large national and multinational companies in significant Telecom and IT projects and is proud to have taken part in the construction of the technological and connected world we live in.  He has an Electronic Engineering degree from the National Telecommunications Institute, a post-graduation in Marketing and Business Administration from FGV, and is certified in Foresight – Future Studies, by W-Futurismo.        

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