neutrality.one and SmartCIC strike SDWAN partnership

neutrality.one and SmartCIC are partnering on software-defined wide-area networking (SDWAN) to help business clients across North America, Asia and Europe.

While neutrality one will be able to  offer SmartCIC’s connectivity solutions backed by global field services.   The partnership will allow enterprises to build custom solutions that take advantage of the best available technology and services that meet both operational and budgetary requirements.

“The need for enterprise transformation is moving progressively forward. Enterprises are looking for a new way to accelerate their digital journeys and the traditional WAN approach is no longer enough. They need to look beyond MPLS and adopt SDWAN into their services to provide scalable and efficient connectivity for their customers,” said George Szlosarek, CEO at neutrality.one. “We are offering neutral and independent access services that are increasingly in demand both locally and globally. Together with SmartCIC, we’re accelerating the transformation of global connectivity for multi-national corporation as they deploy cloud-based applications and services around the world.”

neutrality.one offers global independent access solutions to internet, cloud and data centre infrastructure for enterprises and service providers across Asia, the Middle East and Africa. It provides software-defined networking over its private network connecting 120+ points of presence (POPs) in 56 cities, SDWAN reach to 200+ territories worldwide, cloud connectivity and managed security services.

“We look forward to our partnership with neutrality one as it enables us to build on our existing global connectivity services” said Toby Forman, CEO at SmartCIC. “Our focus continues to be on providing smart, flexible and agile solutions to our customers.  Quite simply we want to help our customers work smarter.  The addition of neutrality one’s network within our portfolio enables us to further extend our capabilities, whilst providing them with access to our expertise and extensive network of over 25,000 engineers in over 124 countries world-wide”.

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