Mode Partners Versa Networks to Extend Flexibility and Visibility of Versa’s Secure SD-WAN

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Mode, a pioneer of autonomous enterprise cloud private networks, has partnered with Versa Networks to extend the flexibility, reliability, and visibility of Versa’s Secure SD-WAN through the WAN core. 

Based in San Francisco, Mode’s software-defined core network (SD-CORE) supports organizations as they move to the cloud by working with last-mile internet and SD-WAN to deliver end-to-end connectivity with the reliability and QoS of MPLS, the flexibility of a cloud service, and the cost of business internet. SD-WAN with SD-CORE enhances site-to-site, SaaS/IaaS/UCaaS, and remote cloud access.

The Versa Networks and Mode partnership is an evolution of SD-WAN/SD-CORE integration. 

Atchison Frazer, WW Head of Marketing, Versa
The synergy of a cloud-native WAN edge and software-defined core enabled rapid integration between Versa Secure SD-WAN and Mode SD-CORE. We welcome offering a joint, cloud-native, software-defined private connectivity solution to augment legacy global WAN infrastructures for our Secure SD-WAN customers.

Paul Dawes, CEO, Mode
We are pleased that Versa Networks is our first partner in the Mode SD-CORE + SD-WAN Program. The program is designed to enhance any SD-WAN by extending its benefits to the network core, and onboarding is very simple. 

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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