SD-WAN FEATURED ARTICLE
Martello Sets Sail on SD-WAN Seas
While there’s still much to learn with SD-WAN, we all agree this transformative technology is on the rise. Projections put this market to reach the billions in coming years, and it’s not just because of its winning personality. Serving as a bridge to the cloud, empowering the SaaSy reality of today and delivering offices optimized network performance as well as unparalleled visibility we’ve only just begun this software-defined journey.
Signing up for its first adventure on the SD-WAN seas is Martello Technologies (News - Alert), as this week, it completed a merger with Elfiq Networks. In doing, Martello gains advanced SD-WAN technology capable of delivering real-time services from the cloud with exceptional performance.
“This transaction offers value for customers and shareholders”, explained John Proctor, Martello’s President and CEO. “We’ll grow faster and solve our customer’s problems more effectively, and will be well positioned to accelerate market share through both organic growth and future acquisitions”.
As a result of the merger, Elfiq becomes a subsidiary of Martello Technologies, and further Martello’s rapidly growing customer base. The addition creates a complete network performance management cycle worth of offerings, moving on from simply detecting and troubleshooting. A robust solution that promises improved responsiveness, increased flexibility and enhanced bandwidth management for customers, ensuring expected performance.
“Together, we can position our customers for digital transformation and help them deliver a better user experience,” noted Elfiq Networks President, CTO and Co-Founder Fred Parent. “This is a unique opportunity to create a market leader in this space, and I look forward to working with the entire Martello team to make it happen”
Still unsure about software-defined networking? On the fence about SD-WAN? Endorsements from groups like Gartner (News - Alert), IDC and more make this market something worth investigating. Don’t let network performance hold operations back.
Edited by Mandi Nowitz