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Monday 23 April 2018

*NEW RESEARCH* SD-WAN Builds New Service Models for Network Providers

The increasing sophistication of software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) solutions is enabling a new generation of services for providers able to harness the technology to deliver more flexible, on demand connectivity, application performance and security tools to enterprise customers.

SD-WAN provision to UK buyers has expanded dramatically in the last 12 months as a broad mix of telcos, network service providers, mobile network operators and satellite companies have rushed out their own solutions to head off customers that might be thinking of jumping ship to their rivals. Providers must be careful to manage the inevitable cannibalisation of their existing connectivity business in the process however, whilst there remains ample room for start-ups to steal share in what remains a relatively immature market.

Our SD-WAN Builds New Service Models for Network Providers report outlines the benefits of SD-WAN products and services to private and public sector buyers, defines the different approaches to deployment currently on offer, and lists the major players offering services and solutions to UK customers.

The SD-WAN service providers and solution suppliers covered include Aerohive Networks, Aryaka, AT&T, Barracuda Networks, Breeze Networks, BT Global Services, Cisco, Citrix, Cogeco Peer 1, Colt Technology Services, Cradlepoint, Exponential-e, Fujitsu Network Communications, Huawei, Hughes Europe, Interoute (GTT Communications), Juniper Networks, Level 3 Communications (CenturyLink), Masergy Communications, NTT Europe, Nuage Networks (Nokia), Ombex, Orange Business Services, Riverbed Networks, Silver Peak, Talari Networks, Tata Communications, Telstra, Verizon Enterprise Solutions, Versa Networks, Virgin Media Business, VMware, Vodafone and Zayo Group.

Subscribers to SecureConnectViews can access our SD-WAN Builds New Service Models for Network Providers report here. If you would like details of how to subscribe please email Deb Seth who will be happy to help.

Posted by Martin Courtney at '08:20' - Tagged: networkservices   infrastructure   SD-WAN   telecoms