Leading Canadian telecom operator, TELUS announced that it has joined forces with Nuage Networks to launch TELUS Network as a Service (NaaS).
Telus' new SD-WAN solution enables businesses to virtually build, manage and cloud-optimize their networks quickly, easily and costeffectively through a flexible self-serve platform.
Nuage Networks claims that its SD-WAN solution, Virtualized Network Services (VNS), is increasingly the choice of global carriers and enterprises looking to automate and optimize their WAN environments and IT processes.
The solution automates end-to-end enterprise service delivery between datacenters and branch offices while offering seamless connections to public cloud services. It also enable more value-added services by deploying third-party Virtual Network Functions (VNFs) at enterprise branch locations on top of open, virtualized "branch-in-the box" platforms.
In addition, it complement with a powerful network analytics and performance monitoring solution (Virtualized Service Assurance Platform, or VSAP) and software-defined security (Virtualized Security Services, or VSS) that provides industry-leading insight and remediation capabilities.