Adaptiv Networks partners SDWAN Solutions
Adaptiv Networks has entered into a technology partnership with SDWAN Solutions.
As a cloud-native SD-WAN-as-a-Service vendor SD-WAN Solutions selected Adaptiv Networks as an SD-WAN managed services provider, for the small-to-medium enterprise (SME) market following a thorough review and testing of SD-WAN vendors.
“We pride ourselves on working with only true SD-WAN providers or those that offer a niche product. We were hugely impressed with Adaptiv Network’s technology and consider them to be a formidable player in the SD-WAN arena, perhaps even unseating some of the larger global players,” said Toby Sturridge CTO of SDWAN Solutions.
“Many providers are only interested in large scale SD-WAN deployments, so we were searching for an SD-WAN solution that can be tailored to smaller businesses without compromising on technology, and Adaptiv is the perfect fit.”
Addressing the needs of smaller businesses, Adaptiv Networks and SDWAN Solutions have formed this technology partnership to deliver an innovative solution specifically designed for SMEs.
According to the two, most SMEs have not had access to the same cost savings and productivity benefits of SD-WAN, as most major SD-WAN vendors tend to focus on custom implementations for large enterprises
The cost-effective solution also creates a modular, tailored approach that allows smaller businesses to benefit from a solution that fits their business needs.
"SDWAN Solutions is an innovative leader in SD-WAN. They have exceptional credentials, as certified by the MEF, across multiple vendor technologies,” said Bernard Breton, CEO of Adaptiv Networks.
“We are both committed to smashing through the glass ceiling that has previously enabled only large businesses and corporations to benefit from SD-WAN. Our joint solution is doing that.”
In related news, August saw Adaptiv Networks appoint Frederick Parent as its new chief technology officer.
Parent enters the role with over 20 years of experience in networking and design, having previously co-founded technology firms such as Victrix and ELFIQ Networks.