X10 Networks Now Offers SD-WAN as-a-Service Via TELoIP Partnership

X10 Networks has partnered with TELoIP Inc. – the creator of powerful software defined wide-area network (SD-WAN) solutions for mission critical applications – to offer SD‑WAN as a managed service.

SD-WAN is a disruptive technology that enables business customers to improve WAN cost-to-performance ratios by leveraging low-cost commodity Internet circuits to augment or replace their legacy MPLS networks. Analysts are predicting breakout growth for the SD-WAN market in 2017, but many customers are taking a cautious approach toward deploying new technology that is central to their business network. To mitigate risk, CIOs can leverage the expertise of a professional managed service provider who will customize the solution and deliver SD-WAN as a service. “The market is hungry for SD-WAN and there is widespread recognition of the potential benefits,” explains TELoIP CEO, Rui Luis. “X10 Networks works from the customers’ business objectives to design a solution that fits their needs, which is the key to ensuring successful SD-WAN deployments.”

X10 Networks has been designing and deploying network solutions for Canadian organizations since 2004. With specialized experience in servicing education and utility customers, X10 Networks brings a strong customer focus and solid reputation for professional services, solution design and application networking to the SD-WAN as-a-Service market. “We manage end-to-end quality and security for our customers,” describes X10 Networks CEO, Oleg Ivanov, “TELoIP enables us to deliver carrier-class SD-WAN solutions with LAN integration and optimization for cloud services,”

TELoIP SD-WAN solutions are delivered through a Virtual Intelligent Network Overlay (VINO), sold exclusively as-a-service through certified channel partners like X10 Networks. To simplify and accelerate SD-WAN adoption, VINO licenses include access to TELoIP’s carrier-class managed cloud infrastructure and centralized orchestration through the VINO Portal.

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