PRESS RELEASE — CHANNEL PARTNERS CONFERENCE & EXPO — April 10, 2019 — Bigleaf (booth 456), the cloud-first SD-WAN, is taking its services global. In an announcement today, the popular cloud networking provider said it has expanded its network and services to three of Europe’s major telecom hubs — Frankfurt, London, and Amsterdam — with plans to expand to the Paris and Australia later this year.
The global expansion comes as business appetite for the benefits of SD-WAN heats up around the globe. MarketsandMarkets predicts the SD-WAN market will grow to $4.1 billion by 2023.
“The world is moving to the cloud and companies need the right networking platform to make that move successful,” said Joel Mulkey, founder and CEO of Bigleaf. “Bigleaf has seen tremendous growth in the U.S. because we anticipated this shift and intentionally built our SD-WAN offering from the ground up for the cloud. The need for our Cloud-first SD-WAN is is growing throughout Europe and Asia and these new POPs give us the global reach to bring Bigleaf to more customers through our channel partners.”
Cloud technologies found a foothold in the U.S. and have been steadily moving into Europe and Asia as companies embark on the now familiar and necessary migration to the cloud. Mid-market European cloud adoption is at the same level as it was in the U.S. three years ago. According to Bigleaf, that adoption is being driven by applications like UCaaS and Microsoft Office 365.
As a purely channel focused company, Bigleaf can now be sold by partners that have international customers who need a unified SD-WAN solution. For many partners, Bigleaf’s push into international markets will allow them to continue selling the solution they’ve come to depend on in North America.
For more information about Bigleaf Networks or to request a demo, visit their website at https://www.bigleaf.net.
Bigleaf Networks is the intelligent networking service that optimizes Internet and Cloud performance by dynamically choosing the best connection based on real-time usage and diagnostics. Inspired by the natural architecture of leaves, the Bigleaf Cloud-first SD-WAN platform leverages redundant connections for optimal traffic re-routing, failover and load-balancing. The company is dedicated to providing a better Internet experience and ensuring peace of mind with a simple implementation, friendly support and powerful technology. Founded in 2012, Bigleaf Networks is investor-backed, with service across North America.
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