Colt launches its SD-WAN White Label solution

Colt launches its SD-WAN White Label solution

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Colt Technology Services has unveiled its SD-WAN White Label solution.

Available immediately, this new offering will enable wholesale customers to launch a global SD-WAN service from Colt with a customisable end-customer portal.

With Colt SD-WAN White Label, wholesale customers can enter the enterprise SD WAN market with a globally available solution without an upfront investment and minimal internal development.

Colt recently enhanced its SD-WAN offering with SD WAN 2.0, which delivers new features including the WAN optimisation suite, advanced firewall enhancement, greater network insights and an optional self-install CPE capability.

As a result, the SD-WAN White Label solution allows wholesale and systems integrators to offer a range of SD-WAN 2.0 features to their end customers.

“Since launching SD WAN in 2016, Colt has continued to invest in the technology, and we’ve seen it become a true enabler for the way enterprises do business,” Peter Coppens (pictured), vice president of product portfolio, Colt.

“We are excited to be white labelling our award-winning SD WAN because we know it will enable service providers and SIs to quickly tap into the huge potential of the enterprise SD WAN market. Equally, business transformation can accelerate through enhanced user experience, powerful analytics, and end-to-end security.”

In addition, combined with Colt’s IQ Network, which connects to more than 900 global data centres and over 29,000 on net buildings, builds on Colt suite of solutions.

The news follows Colt’s launch of SD-WAN multi-cloud enabling customers to use a single connection to reach multiple cloud service providers over SD-WAN. Colt also launched VoIP optimisation and support for IPv6 leveraging SD-WAN.

Most recently the company partnered PacketFabric to expand its SDN services in Europe.

Specifically, Colt’s On Demand offering will be directly integrated with PacketFabric’s Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) platform, giving PacketFabric’s enterprise customers real-time network connectivity to 100 data centre locations across Europe.

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