Transbeam, Inc. launched its Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) solution. Transbeam SD-WAN, which is VeloCloud Powered, is an innovative solution that will simplify how medium to large, single or multi-location enterprises manage and implement their wide area networks.
Transbeam’s partnership with VeloCloud enables it to deliver a unique and differentiated set of features including optimized application performance, virtual service integration, and zero touch deployment that is cost effective for businesses of any size. Transbeam SD-WAN enables dynamic growth of our network reach through a cloud based Software Defined Network (SDN) architecture. Transbeam SD-WAN provides instant service insertion coupled with highly flexible business policies enabling rapid customized enterprise solutions for enterprises with networks ranging from a few to thousands of locations. Transbeam leverages its own nationwide core network, providing customized network designs to ensure the most reliable performance and manageability possible, in a boutique, client-focused environment that maintains all the attributes of larger carriers.
“Throughout Transbeam’s 20-years as a service provider we have been dedicated to defining and implementing emerging technologies that encourage market growth and innovation. The adoption of SD-WAN is another important step in our growth trajectory,” stated Peter Karoczkai, Executive Vice President. “After carefully evaluating available SD-WAN vendors, it became clear that the VeloCloud SD-WAN architecture coupled with their expertise and outstanding reputation would aid us in our commitment to continue providing our clients with an exceptional network solution through any access method,” stated Brian J Murray, Director Network Engineering.
“We are excited that Transbeam chose to implement a VeloCloud Powered SD-WAN solution for their enterprise customers,” said Sanjay Uppal, VeloCloud CEO and Co-founder. “With SD-WAN, Transbeam can now help their customers eliminate expensive bandwidth, reduce branch complexity and leverage a flexible WAN architecture for migrating to cloud applications.”