Netsurion to 'Connect' SD-WAN to Enterprise

March 06, 2018

By Maurice Nagle, Web Editor

The network is in the midst of overhaul, with software-defined technologies taking over the day, the industry is embracing SD-WAN. As this maturing space builds momentum, service providers are adding these up-and-coming services to portfolios in order to address the mounting demand.

Today, Fort Lauderdale-based Netsurion announced the arrival of Netsurion Connect to its portfolio. Joining a robust suite of managed network connectivity, security and compliance solutions, Netsurion Connect   brings together enhanced network connectivity, management and security for IoT and geo-graphically diverse enterprise environments.

“With the addition of SD-WAN, Netsurion now offers the three pillars for successful network security from a single provider—connect, protect, and comply,” said Kevin Watson, CEO of Netsurion.

The new managed SD-WAN offers co-management service levels, providing IT the level the flexibility required to sculpt the type of deployment necessary to support operations. Netsurion also notes that when paired with Netsurion Comply and Netsurion Protect the implementation will promise PCI (News - Alert) compliance and security.

In specific, Netsurion highlights the below features in the release:

  • Network resilience
  • Simplified compliance
  • Flexible carrier options
  • Fast and efficient deployment
  • Embedded security
  • Enhanced security options
  • Greater command and control

“The platform gives multi-location brands, in particular, a competitive edge by enabling faster, smoother customer engagement through new technologies like mobile billing, touchscreen menus, digital signage, and whatever comes next. SD-WAN also enables a flexible and layered network security model through next-generation firewall, endpoint security, and SIEM, plus PCI compliance management, ensuring sensitive information remains safe through every digital interaction. We look forward to making next-generation network connectivity and security a reality for our clients, improving their overall customer experience, loyalty, and revenue growth,” continued Watson.

SD-WAN is no passing fad, and the growing demand is far from summiting. It is a key component of this phase of digital transformation, enabling our SaaS (News - Alert)-tastic cloud era.

What’s in your WAN?

Edited by Mandi Nowitz