… being able to use “granular security policies.”
The Silver Peak-sponsored study concluded that banking and financial services offer the highest potential for deployment.
Another finding was that 55 percent of respondents plan to to replace their branch routers with an SD-WAN appliance. Frost & Sullivan’s Mark Dougan called this mindset “surprising.”
The study noted that 71 percent of Australian survey-takers demand the integration of WAN optimization into their SD-WAN solution. The survey of 850 global companies was conducted in the summer, but today’s announcement highlighted the 150 Australian respondents.
- Riverbed enhanced its SteelCentral networking monitoring solution. Read what Bridget Bisnette, senior vice president of global channel and commercial sales, said to partners at our conference last week.
- Huawei rolled out a new series of routers for SD-WAN. The company designed the routers to “converge extensive branch services” and better serve a variety of interconnection methods. They also contain customer premises equipment (CPE) and universal CPE.
- Australia-based Vodacom launched SD-WAN in South Africa. The carrier announced Monday that two enterprises in the country have deployed the offering. The Australian outlet My Broadband has the story.
- Light Reading’s Carol Wilson has an interesting interview with Netsurion, which launched SD-WAN earlier this year. Wilson writes that MSPs are a “burgeoning” component of the security provider’s go-to-market strategy.
- Juniper Networks‘ chief technology officer said his company plans to partner with more carriers. He called Juniper’s universal customer premises equipment (uCPE) a differentiating factor. Check out the SDxCentral article on the subject.
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