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nexogy, TELoip Team Up On Managed SD-WAN

July 17, 2017


  By Maurice Nagle, Web Editor

The future is here. No, we’re not zipping around in flying cars, and I’d assume we’re a long ways from teleportation, but in terms of networking, software defined solutions are ushering in a new era. Hybrid and SD WAN are quickly becoming preferred networking solutions, playing a key role in the current phase of digital transformation at hand.


Recently, nexogy announced a partnership with TELoip to offer SD-WAN as a managed service. Boasting more efficient spending and improved network agility, this freshly unveiled solution is a sign of the times.

"This partnership builds on our model of providing cost-effective managed solutions," explains Irvin Rodriguez, nexogy's Chief Engineering Officer. "TELoIP enables us to seamlessly integrate SD-WAN with our entire portfolio of cloud and voice services while managing everything through a single-pane-of-glass."

In leveraging the TELoip SDN infrastructure, nexogy is able to develop Virtual Intelligent Network Overlay solutions for customers at scale. By using an embedded SDN operating system coupled with a carrier grade overlay infrastructure, end users receive an optimized and exceptional service whether public or private cloud. Via the nexogy channel program, resellers, VARs, agents and MSPs can take advantage of this new suite of managed SD-WAN services.

"Customers want SD-WAN to simplify their network, reduce cost and improve their cloud experience," describes Rui Luis, CEO of TELoIP. "nexogy offers the right combination of cloud and voice and internet access solutions to meet and exceed all these lofty customer expectations for SD-WAN."  

We’ve seen fads fizzle time after time; software defined networking, however, is not going anywhere. This burgeoning technology is breathing new life into network performance, and companies deploying SD-WAN or its sibling Hybrid WAN are reaping the rewards of improved productivity and a reliable network at a fraction of the cost of legacy networking solutions.

Is your network software defined?  




Edited by Alicia Young


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