Swivel SDN provides faster and more responsive Internet Access, along with automated network failover in the event of an ISP outage.

What is SDWAN?

DataCity's SDWAN service allows you to aggregate multiple internet connections for faster speeds and redundancy.



Combines the speed of each ISP Connection




Provides multiple routes to the internet and your  cloud resources.


Automated failover, 

and best path out.


No data loss or downtime 

due to link outage.


Accelerates your cloud 

services, https, VOIP, etc.


Path awareness intelligence and link remediation delivers best application performance by automated fail-over and fail-back mechanism.


Single panel for management for the entire WAN simplifies deployment of SD-WAN and security.


Improve cloud application performance by prioritizing business critical applications and enabling branches to directly communicate to the internet. 


Reduce operating expenses by migrating from MPLS and utilizing multi-broadband such as Ethernet, DSL, and LTE. 

Onsite Device and Service Inclusions

Service Features

  • Monitoring System 
  • Best Path Routing Functionality 
  • Dynamic Shaping & QoS 
  • Swivel SDN Support Panel 
  • Cloud Acceleration to Swivel SDN’s Datacenter 

Onsite Device Specs

  • 10 x 1Gb Ethernet Interfaces 
  • 1 x 10Gb SFP Port 
  • Multi-Core Router Processor 
  • 1U Rack Mount or Desktop Design 

Onsite Device Security

  • Packet Level Firewall 
  • Integrated IDS/IPS 
  • Built-In DoS Protection

Swivel Managed Network Service
Swivel QoS

Quality of Service

Managed Network Services for Traffic Prioritization

Control Priority

Improve User Experience

Control Priority

Ensure that mission-critical applications always have the necessary resources for their operation.

Reduce Costs

Improve User Experience

Control Priority

Through the efficient use of internet resources and minimizing the impact of concurrent non-work-related traffic.

Improve User Experience

Improve User Experience

Improve User Experience

Provide better response times, according to the priority of access.