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Adaptiv, SkySwitch Pair UCaaS & SD-WAN with Partnership
At SD-WAN Expo 2019, TELoIP was reborn as Adaptiv Networks (News - Alert). Since that time it seems sky is the limit for the SD-WAN provider. Its wave of momentum is seeing no end in sight, as this week it made a bit of a splash with a UCaaS provider.
SkySwitch and Adaptiv chose Channel Partners Evolution as the stage to unveil a new partnership with the duo will work together to deliver SkySwitch resellers the full force of Adpativ’s cloud connectivity portfolio.
“SkySwitch strives to bring best-in-class solutions to our resellers,” explained Founder and President of SkySwitch, Eric Hernaez (News - Alert). “With the demand for software-defined network services on the rise, SkySwitch has made the strategic decision to align with a company that leads the market. Adaptiv Networks stands out with powerful, frictionless cloud connectivity services. We couldn’t be more excited to unite on upcoming projects for our SkySwitch reseller community than we are to be working with Adaptiv Networks.”
Much like Adaptiv’s inertia, there is no slowing down in sight of the SD-WAN infrastructure space. The market is projected to experience CAGR of more than 30 percent through 2023 putting a valuation of over $5 billion. This strategic partnership is low hanging fruit for the two firms, as best in class SD-WAN paired with feature-rich UCaaS go together like peas and carrots.
“This partnership enables us to combine the productivity of UCaaS with the network visibility and control of Adaptiv | SD-WAN into a simple solution channel partners can trust,” noted Bernard Breton (News - Alert), CEO of Adaptiv Networks. “Both companies rely exclusively on channel sales, which means partners have zero risk of competing directly against their solution vendor.”
It’s easy to say best-in-class, being best-in-class, on the other hand, is an entirely different story. Communications and networking are constantly evolving, and this future forward partnership is introducing a best-in-class way to enter the digital age.
Edited by Maurice Nagle