Tata Communications is in process to deploy 20 new cloud gateways for its newly launched cloud enablement platform, IZO SDWAN to meet its customers’ constantly growing and changing needs for cloud connectivity.
The latest IZO SDWAN aims to help organisations drive their growth through secure and easy-to-manage connectivity across 130 countries spanning both developed and emerging markets. Underpinned by Tata Communications’ global network, IZO ecosystem, and partnerships with the world’s biggest cloud companies, IZO SDWAN boosts agility and flexibility for organisations.
By enabling the instant deployment of branch office networks anywhere in the world, the new service helps organisations to expand and introduce new products and services faster and grasp the rapidly changing market conditions.
IZO SDWAN is a fully managed and modular overlay service that is tightly integrated with the underlay – the world’s largest and most advanced IP network.
“Our IZO cloud enablement platform and its latest addition, IZO SDWAN, harness our unparalleled global reach and our partnerships to tackle these challenges and enable organisations to unleash the growth potential that new markets, geographies and business models bring through a scalable, borderless and easy-to-manage network,” said Genius Wong, President, Global Network Services, Cloud and Data Centre Services at Tata Communications.
Tata Communications said that it has developed multiple variants of IZO SDWAN to suit its customers’ different business and technology requirements. These variants consist of its own patent-pending technology, and one that builds on technology supplied by Versa Networks, a Gartner ‘Cool Vendor’. This ensures maximum choice and flexibility for the organisations.
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