Vodacom today introduced Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN). Through Vodacom Business, Vodacom is one of the first telecom companies to launch the digital offering in the South African market.
SD-WAN, which is an application of software-defined networking (SDN) technology applied to WAN connections that are used to connect enterprise networks – including branch offices and data centres – over local and long distances, will simplify the day-to-day operations for Information Technology (IT) professionals.
Fatima Hassim, managing executive for Vodacom Business said: 'As enterprise customers prepare themselves for the new digital evolution, their IT departments are laying the foundations for a new digital business architecture. Cloud computing, Big Data and IoT will be the future technology drivers that will move the enterprise forward into the digital world. Broadband access and flexible networking will be the communication foundation required to drive the new digital world. New technologies like Service-Defined Networks and flexible broadband internet access will be at the heart of the enterprise IT foundation.'
This is yet another step into the future of digital transformation for Vodacom, equipping businesses in South Africa and Africa with the necessary too...
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