Remember the olden days, when every house had a land line? If you wanted to talk to your relatives, you picked up the phone and dialed via your land line. In fact, it never crossed your mind to use anything but your land line - why would it? Fast forward a few years, and cell phones are pervasive. Thorough testing has shown that the call quality isn't quite as good as a land line, yet call quality is rarely an issue. Besides, the best-of-breed phones can handle two SIM cards. If you can't get a Verizon signal, the phone will automatically switch to AT&T's network. The world of network connectivity is going through the same kind of generational change right now. Instead of MPLS circuits, which everyone used to buy without thinking twice about it, companies are now buying Internet bandwidth because it's so cheap. And with a Meraki MX, if one Internet circuit is suffering, the other one will automatically be used instead.
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