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California Telecom Taps TELoIP for SD-WAN


January 17, 2017

ISP and managed services provider California Telecom has aligned with TELoIP Inc. to deliver SD-WAN services to businesses in the southern California region.

TELoIP calls its SD-WAN solution VINO, for virtual intelligent network overlay. This solution features patented per-packet capabilities for diverse carrier aggregation, hitless failover, and inbound QoS. It operates over a carrier-grade, multi-tenant nationwide network, and also includes full cloud orchestration.

That enables Chino, Calif.-based California Telecom to manage each customer’s SD-WAN service with end-to-end security, quality control and visibility for all cloud, internet, and WAN applications.

Partnering with service providers and resellers is an important part of TELoIP’s strategy. And during a webinar tomorrow TELoIP’s founder, President, and CTO Pat Saavedra will talk about how service providers and resellers can benefit from offering SD-WAN solutions.

He will explain how changing customer needs are driving the evolution of the WAN. He’ll talk about how SD-WAN technologies address these new requirements and can replace MPLS. He will educate the webinar audience about how SD-Internet can provide a seamless path to SD-WAN. He’ll suggest what to consider when evaluating different SD-WAN approaches and vendors. And he’ll talk more about VINO.

SD-WAN is a rising star in the networking universe. That’s because it helps businesses more efficiently address the fact that more of their connection requirements have shifted to external sites accessible via the internet due to the migration of many applications from on-site corporate data centers to cloud-based service provider data centers.

“In the next three years, enterprises will make a fundamental shift from building IT to consuming IT,” notes McKinsey’s IT-as-a-Service Cloud and Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure surveys. “The big takeaway: enterprises are planning to transition IT workloads at a significant rate and pace to a hybrid cloud infrastructure, with off-premise[s] environments seeing the greatest growth in adoption.”




Edited by Maurice Nagle

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