Fireflies, Synchronicity and SD-WAN

David Varnum of Overlaid comments:

This synchronicity of firefly bulbs beaconing as one entity has captivated the hearts and minds of privileged bystanders for eons. Scientists have studied this synchronicity in what should be chaotic, somehow rapidly finding order. What they have observed is commonality with other natural occurrences like the pulsing electricity in our brains, peacemaking cells in our hearts, orchestras of crickets, alignment of ovulation cycles in mammals, and so on.
Synchronicity sometimes appears in ephemeral instances like cricket symphonies and ovulation. Other times we witness infinite pulses of duality. In the case of fireflies, it is the males that are bulbed, rhythmically lighting up in effort to attract female mates and seal the deal.

A very interesting take on the SD-WAN market from David. This market is only going to grow for the next six to twelve months, so keep your eyes on that synchronicity.

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