Elara, VMWare Offer SD-WAN by VeloCloud in Mexico

satellitetoday | June 25, 2019

Elara, VMWare Offer SD-WAN by VeloCloud in Mexico
Elara Comunicaciones is collaborating with VMware to offer VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud in Mexico. Elara is offering an SD-WAN solution to enterprises in Mexico to support the growth of network traffic and connect people and things across enterprises in the region.VMwares SD-WAN by VeloCloud combines real-time software network overlay with the automation of cloud-delivered services. According to the release, VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud provides a platform for enterprises and telecom service providers to integrate both on-premises and cloud services under the same consistent business policy framework.

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