TELoIP announced that Roger Davis has been named CEO of the software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) company. And Davis has named Ed Shepherdson as chief success officer. Toronto, Canada-based TELoIP differentiates itself from other SD-WAN vendors by selling its technology through about 15 channel partners. Its networking-as-a-service (NaaS) is targeted to medium and small business customers throughout North America. It owns patents on its Virtual Intelligent Network Overlay (VINO) technology.
IT personnel and network engineers have a palpable feeling of uncertainty as a new set of challenges confront them. Digital transformation is turning business models on their heads. While enterprises take measures to bolster IT departments and gear up to adapt to the latest technologies, they face fundamental resistance from within. Hardware-centric enterprise networks are based on static deployments, which makes configuration changes too slow and too costly. These legacy networks were never designed to evolve at the pace which business requirements are changing today.
In this webinar, Futuriom outlines the SD-WAN approach as well the key technologies being implemented for next-generation WAN services. This includes new SD-WAN technology tools and network-as-a-service (NaaS) tools, including those from TELoIP. The webinar will also present some background on the market and explain why Futuriom expects SD-WAN services to growth to $1B by 2019 as enterprises switch to these platforms.
A new study by Futuriom projects big growth for SD-WAN in the coming years. It also predicts “a huge shakeout” of the SD-WAN market players between now and 2019. During that time, it says, at least two of the companies will go public and attain leadership status while many of the others are acquired or otherwise fade away.
The CTO Advisor | April 27, 2017 | TELoIP is an intriguing 13-year old company. The company markets themselves as a SD-WAN provider. I guess that’s accurate given the hype around SD-WAN and the given solution. However, if I were to place a label on TELoIP, I’d call them a NaaS provider. TeloIP comes the closest…