SD-WAN FEATURED ARTICLE
PYXYA Puts Power of Contrail SD-WAN in Managed Services Portfolio
Managed service providers are feeling the momentum of an expanding space. A solution tethered to this growing space, is SD-WAN, as MSPs are making hay on this transformational technology. It is the cloud era, no surprise to see a technology serving as a gateway to the cloud surging.
PYXYA announced the arrival of SD-WAN to its arsenal of offerings courtesy of a new partnership with Juniper. The French managed services provider has big plans for Juniper’s Contrail SD-WAN, as it plans to address mounting enterprise demands for secure branch connectivity.
The PYXYA SD-WAN services are supported by Contrail SD-WAN, which leverages Contrail Service Orchestration. The Contrail SD-WAN is capable of supporting SD-branch, managed Wi-Fi, security and, courtesy of Juniper’s open APIs automates PYXYA’s solution. PYXYA can also support the edge, the NFX Series Universal CPE allows for customer customization. In addition, expect to see added intelligence on the edge like automatic business application visibility and signal analysis for proactive management and maintenance.
“PYXYA is a forward-looking service provider, taking an innovative approach to managed services. They allow customers the flexibility to leverage the infrastructure of their choice to offer over the top services, including SD-WAN and SD-Branch. This is a relatively new trend which we expect will continue to grow in the coming years. Companies like PYXYA provide a new kind of service model aimed at not just enterprise customers, but also systems integrators and other service providers, and I’m delighted they have chosen Juniper as their partner on this journey,” noted Sally Bament, VP of Service Provider Strategy, Juniper Networks (News - Alert).
In selecting the Contrail SD-WAN, PYXYA is adding a robust, future-forward networking approach to its portfolio. SD-WAN will continue to soar, and the managed services aspect of the market will see sky is the limit.
Edited by Maurice Nagle