SD-WAN-a-Service Provider Empowers Partner Marketing and Sales Efforts. TELoIP has taken a channel-driven approach to the SDN since back in 2011 when they built a multi-tenant Cloud Network to accelerate SDNmarket entry for service providers. Adding to this channel-focused strategy, TELoIP has now launched a digital self-service portal to accelerate partner SDN sales and marketing efforts. “Things move pretty fast in the networking world, and for those who sell SDN and Cloud solutions the pace is accelerating.” explains Michael Gagnon, TELoIP VP of Sales and Marketing.
SD-WAN-as-a-Service provider, TELoIP Inc., today announced a new product release of their VINO Portal that further enhances cloud-based efficiency for network orchestration. VINO Portal release 2.0 includes multiple refinements to new features. The graphic user interface is more modern with cleaner dashboards to further streamline user productivity. Network data analytics and reporting have been re-architected for faster screen loads that accelerate the portal user experience. Additional configuration options have also been added to give Service Providers more control over application and security policies, plus enhanced management for virtual network functions embedded in the branch CPE appliances.
Experienced Reseller Now Offering Turnkey Managed SD-WAN for ISPs. Originally operating out of Minnesota, now headquartered in Tucson, Arizona, IP Networks has been an established reseller for over 20 years. IP Networks specializes in providing IT networking and security solutions for regional Internet Service Providers (ISPs) throughout the Midwest, Central, and Western United States. TELoIP VINO solutions are sold as Network-as-a-Service offerings that simplify SD-WAN adoption for customers by combining the CPE edge device, managed SD-WAN transport, and centralized cloud orchestration with 24/7/365 support into a single license fee. “Standardizing on TELoIP’s VINO platform extends our portfolio to include high-performance managed SD-WAN solutions that accelerate market entry for ISPs.”
Trispec, a leading provider of telecommunications solutions to Communication Service Providers (CSP’s) for 35 years, today announced a partnership with TELoIP, the creator of powerful software-defined wide-area network (SD-WAN) solutions for challenging business-critical requirements. This partnership will bring unparalleled software-defined network technology enablement to North American CSP’s allowing them to evolve their network offerings and help solve complex communications problems for enterprise and mid-size business customers.
“Software Defined Networks (SDN) provide a generational change in how CSP’s will enable enterprises and mid-market customers to accelerate and simplify their journey to digital transformation,” describes Michael Gagnon, TELoIP VP Sales and Marketing. “We are delighted that Trispec Communications has become a TELoIP business partner and joins us in our mission to empower Service Providers to deliver incredibly fast, resilient and powerful SDN solutions to the customers they serve.”
Exhibiting in Booth 200 at ITExpo, Florida 2018, TELoIP will highlight the benefits of VINO SD-WAN-as-a-Service which ensures customer success by combining all the SDN components and functionality into a single, predictable license fee that includes professional design, installation and ongoing 24/7/365 support. Additionally, TELoIP will be sharing industry perspectives in two SD-WAN Expo conference sessions.
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.
Every employee deserves a chance to be productive… This may sound like a basic fairness principle, but it doesn’t apply when multiple users are competing for limited bandwidth resources. Productivity is inhibited when bandwidth hungry users run applications that oversaturate the network, leaving their co-workers bandwidth-starved and unproductive. We recently helped a Toronto-based customer solve this common networking challenge, providing equitable dynamic bandwidth allocation across all employees. Dynamic Virtual Circuits (DVC), a feature of the TELoIP Cloud, manage traffic to and from the customer site.
With shoppers demanding more innovative and immersive shopping experience, it’s clear that the Retail Digital Transformation is already underway. The retail CIO’s challenge is to build a secure ‘always-on’ network that’s cost-effective and has plenty of bandwidth to deliver an immersive omnichannel customer experience. Our business partners are helping retailers meet this challenge in and beyond, with affordable cloud-managed store networks powered by the TELoIP Cloud. To learn more contact TELoIP today at 877-783-5647 or 416-203-7838, or sign up for free webinar on the Retail WAN Transformation – from MPLS to SD-WAN.
Thu, Aug 31, 2017 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT
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.