SAN JOSE, Calif. — Versa Networks, a leading provider of next-generation software-based networking and security solutions, today announced that it has been selected by China Telecom (CT) as its primary vendor for software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) and security (SD-Security) to serve its global customer base.
CT is deploying Versa’s multi-tenant SD-WAN and SD-Security solution in 15 cloud hubs globally
CT’s managed SD-WAN service is built on Versa’s comprehensive suite of virtualized network and security functions (VNFs), enabling a truly software-based managed SD-WAN service that provides customers greater business agility and cloud readiness through its application-level visibility, control and integrated set of security functions. CT is deploying Versa’s multi-tenant SD-WAN and SD-Security solution in 15 cloud hubs globally for distributed reach and centralized control. At its customers’ branch offices, CTG deploys Versa’s SD-WAN software on low-cost x86 appliances to provide integrated network and security with instant scalability – while helping to eliminate branch appliance sprawl.
“China Telecom serves an ever growing base of Chinese and other global corporations,” said Robert Zhu, Senior Director of Asia Pacific, Versa Networks. “As their customers realize the benefits that a cloud-native network architecture can offer in the way of increased business agility, cloud enablement and user experience, as well as cost savings, CT will be well-positioned to be the network provider of choice. Versa is very excited to partner with CT and enable their global customers to digitally transform their networks and overall business processes.”
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