Datavalet enters WAN with the launch of SD-WAN services

Datavalet enters WAN with the launch of SD-WAN services

28 October 2020 | Natalie Bannerman

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Datavalet Technologies, a provider of distributed networks, has just launched a new enterprise and branch SD-WAN networking solution.

The new offering gives multi-location businesses such as retailers, financial services and restaurant chains all the benefits of an enterprise-grade SD-WAN solution without the need of an in-house approach.

"SD-WAN makes a great fit for multi-location businesses that need to keep their branch teams and critical applications such as VoIP, POS, video collaboration and virtual desktop interfaces connected with a high quality of service," said Ryan Ferguson, vice president of technology at Datavalet.

"However, few teams have the internal know-how needed to design and manage an SD-WAN overlay that can deliver the reliability, performance and scale required. With our SD-WAN Services, multi-branch businesses across North America can leverage our network expertise to quickly implement a robust SD-WAN overlay that's continuously monitored, maintained and optimised to keep pace with best practices and the organisation's changing needs."

Operating for the last 20 years, Datavalet has been designing and selling networking solutions based on Cisco Meraki, Fortinet, HPE Aruba and now VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud products.

Its SD-WAN services can be tailored to the customer's requirements and existing network topology and also includes round the clock network monitoring with regular reporting to give IT teams clear visibility into their network performance.

"Datavalet already offers a full suite of SaaS-based Wi-Fi Managed Services," added Stephane Boisvert (pictured), CEO of Datavalet.

"Adding SD-WAN Services to our offering will create new opportunities for expansion across North America and further cement our reputation as the go-to team for all distributed network needs."

According to the company, business apps increasingly accessed in the cloud and SD-WAN has proven to be a cost-effective option for solving the connectivity and traffic prioritisation issues inherent with most legacy networks.

As a result, offloading SD-WAN management to an qualified service provider takes these benefits even further by enabling organisations to achieve this superior network performance without losing focus of their core activities – all with predictable and transparent pricing.