SD-WAN FEATURED ARTICLE

Teridion Takes on Chinese Enterprise Market with Industry First SD-WAN Service

October 24, 2019

By Maurice Nagle, Web Editor

SD-WAN’s emergence in China has been nothing short of controversial, but as the homeland to more unicorns than anywhere can attest, you can’t say no to progress.




Today, Teridion (News - Alert) announced the arrival of the industry’s first compliant, cloud-based global SD-WAN service to mainland China. Now, enterprises with offices in China can deploy the compliant solution across their entire network.

"Teridion for Enterprise sets a new standard for enterprise WAN connectivity in China – a network that is flexible, highly scalable, performant, and compliant", explained SD-WAN Expo veteran Pejman Roshan (News - Alert), VP of Products and Marketing for Teridion. "Unlike other alternatives, Teridion is fast to deploy, easy to manage, and fits effortlessly into an enterprise's global SD-WAN deployment through our integration with leading SD-WAN and security appliances."

The fully integrated solution leverages internet broadband to ensure the reliability, performance and of course, compliance demanded. The newly unveiled service alleviates the need for Enterprises to deploy MPLS or carrier circuits to support expected performance such as exceptional voice and video quality, or accelerated file transfer speed. Teridion is able to deliver the promise of MPLS at the cost of Broadband.

"We're excited to be able to free our global customers from reliance on costly MPLS by extending Teridion's SD-WAN service to their China locations," noted Sean Dublin, VP of Sales for Teridion partner 26Connect. "The performance, agility, simplicity and value of the service is a game changer for us."

Minutes to configure, a few hours to deploy and Enterprises can reap the reward of robust WAN performance, low latency, high throughput as well as accelerated throughput to private workloads with any cloud provider globally – including hybrid cloud and full multi-cloud support.

What’s in your WAN?




Edited by Maurice Nagle