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VergX Answers WFH Demand with SASE and Secure SD-WAN

December 03, 2020

By Maurice Nagle, Web Editor

Working from home is great. The commute is short, dress is dealer’s choice and my workstation is where I want it to be. SD-WAN and SASE are central to enabling this WFH reality. And as companies around the globe embrace the virtual workforce, adoption of next generation networking and security solutions will continue to surge.




VergX announced deeper ties with Versa Networks. In order to meet mounting demand for WFH solutions, VergX will now offer SASE and Secure SD-WAN bundles based on the Versa Titan platform.

"VergX has been a strategic partner for years, and their knowledge and expertise of SD-WAN and security enables them to leverage our leading Secure SD-WAN and SASE technology to best meet end-user and reseller needs in designing next-generation SD-WAN networks," said Kelly Ahuja, Versa CEO.

VergX Home and SMB solutions are now better equipped to address secure networking requirements. The Versa Titan platform streamlines SD-WAN and SASE capabilities and provides a mobile client for that enables IT to have real-time visibility into networks, applications, users and security.  VergX expertise is built on years of delivering Versa networking technology to resellers, partners and customers, ushering organizations through digital transformation with the VergX “as a service” model.

"Secure SD-WAN is all we do and our expanded offerings, powered by Versa Networks, enable us to build on the success we have had with our secure Home product offering, particularly important during this work-from-home and remote worker environment," said Chris Chirico, VergX Chief Operating Officer. "We are seeing significant demand for our Home product, and further aligning with Versa Networks will enable our partners and resellers with additional solutions that best meet customer needs, including SASE-based functionality for remote workers."

Is your SD-WAN Secure? How SASE is your network?




Edited by Maurice Nagle