Global Capacity Teams Up with VeloCloud to Offer SD-WAN Services

4 April 2017
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Global Capacity Teams Up with VeloCloud to Offer SD-WAN Services Image Credit: Global Capacity

Global Capacity has partnered with VeloCloud Networks, the Cloud-Delivered SD-WAN company to offer managed SD-WAN services. 

Global Capacity is the leading connectivity as a service company that simplifies connecting Enterprises to high value Cloud and business destinations with its One Marketplace platform.

Global Capacity said that it has designed a unique managed SD-WAN service that unifies network management across disparate network technologies – Ethernet, MPLS, Broadband, LTE - whether these are provided over the Global Capacity network, a competing network or a hybrid of the two. This creates a more agile and responsive Hybrid WAN with a simple plan to implement and migrate from an existing network architecture.

The new SD-WAN services will provide an improved network experience resolving some of the common WAN problems businesses face when building and managing complex Hybrid WAN architectures, said the company. It will allow businesses to efficiently route data across their WAN by first choosing the right access types based on the performance needs of individual locations and applications, then define unique policies to automatically prioritize traffic, enabling enterprises to make better use of bandwidth to enhance performance and overall user experience.

According to Global Capacity, as SD-WAN services increase in deployment, the demand for Hybrid Networks grows along with it. As such, the need to manage multiple suppliers with diverse technologies across various cities enabling a robust hybrid network experience is necessary. Global Capacity's SD-WAN solution is currently offered to select customers on a rolling basis and will be released to the general market by the end of the second quarter of 2017. 

Samjay Uppal, CEO and Co-Founder of VeloCloud
The Global Capacity One Marketplace platform is purpose-built to deliver simple, cost-effective and high-performance Hybrid networks that connect enterprises to key cloud destinations. Global Capacity’s use of VeloCloud to further expand their provider neutral model of managing any combination of their services or their competitors is truly innovative.

Chris Alberding, SVP Product, Global Capacity 
Global Capacity’s selection of VeloCloud was based on a unique set of differentiated advantages that enhance our One Marketplace model by enabling us to further optimize application performance and reliably deliver a variety of services over any combination of network access technology.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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