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Sify Strengthens Strategy with SD-WAN Selection

September 11, 2018

By Maurice Nagle, Web Editor

The cloud is at the core of digital transformation.  As we embark upon the cloud era and software-defined networking solutions are shaping the future of operations, the choice is simple: hang ten oin the waves of transformation, or enjoy the view from the sidelines.




Indian ICT solutions and services provider Sify (News - Alert) Technologies Limited announced the selection of Versa’s SD-WAN and SD-Branch solutions to support its Cloud@Core strategy.

Kumar Mehta, Co-Founder and CDO of Versa Networks noted, "Our partnership with SIFY Indian Enterprises accelerates the enterprise's digital transformation journey. Versa's offer achieves 80% TCO savings, supports connectivity over any transport, enhances application experience, has built in NSS Labs' recommended NGFW security and UTM, delivers flawless voice and video experience using traffic conditioning, and supports multi-cloud environments.”

Sify customers can easily migrate to the Versa VNFs, ensuring security and connectivity.  Leveraging the Sify Versa-enabled software-defined branch and managed solutions enhance edge network performance to support hybrid cloud/IT; accelerate time to market and lower operational cost; as well as deliver a secure, managed environment to enable digital transformation to take place.

Daniel Alex, President, Telecom Business, Sify explained, "All of Sify's upcoming solutions integrate a Cloud@Core framework. We see this as the central architecture around which today's legacy infrastructure will transition to a cloud-centric platform. Sify's Versa-powered SD-WAN offering will be a crucial element to enable this transition. This partnership with Versa is designed to make available to enterprises best-of-breed, software-defined solutions in their shift to becoming better equipped for a digital transformation era."

From SMB to Enterprise, SD-WAN has a place in the future of networking as a fit for firms of all sizes.

What’s in your WAN?




Edited by Maurice Nagle


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