Cyan Partners Kordia to Market SDN and Packet-Optical Technology in New Zealand, Australia & South Pacific

Cyan Partners Kordia to Market SDN and Packet-Optical Technology in New Zealand, Australia & South Pacific Image Credit: Cyan

Cyan, a leading provider of SDN, NFV, and packet-optical solutions for network operators, has announced that it has partnered with Kordia New Zealand to market and support Cyan technology solutions throughout New Zealand, Australia, South Pacific Islands, and Papua New Guinea. As a leading end-to-end telecommunications solutions provider, Kordia substantially broadens Cyan’s distribution network in the South Pacific region.

According to Cyan, the partnership allows Kordia to provide customers with full access to Cyan’s Blue Planet SDN software and Z-Series packet-optical hardware solutions that provide multivendor SDN control, visibility, and scale to network operators, making global service delivery much more efficient and profitable. In addition, Kordia will provide Tier 1 service and support to help South Pacific customers deploy and enable Cyan’s platforms.

Mike Hatfield, President, Cyan
Kordia’s distinguished history serving customers in the South Pacific for more than 50 years makes them an ideal partner for Cyan in this market. They have a deep understanding of the region’s needs and will be an excellent resource for organizations seeking to scale and optimize their networks through Cyan’s network transformation technology.

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