The Rise of Managed SD-WAN: Network Service Providers Strategize to Ride the Wave

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The latter half of 2016 and first half of 2017 witnessed a barrage of managed SD-WAN service announcements from NSPs in the US market. Because WAN links are integral to a software-defined hybrid WAN, leading NSPs have added SD-WAN capabilities to their existing hybrid WAN solutions to retain existing customers and tap into upsell opportunities.

In this report, we take a look at the managed SD-WAN strategies of leading NSPs in the US market. Please note that most NSP managed SD-WAN service offers are less than a year old in the market, and hence, still evolving. Currently, there are no significant differentiators in the solutions offered. This report provides insight into the road-map that NSPs have in place for their SD-WAN strategy, which can help enterprises plan accordingly as they evaluate managed SD-WAN services.

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The Rise of Managed SD-WAN: Network Service Providers Strategize to Ride the WaveSPIE 2017 #36 - October 13/2017IntroductionManaged SD-WANWhy Managed SD-WAN?Network Service Providers' Business Opportunities from Managed SD-WANManaged SD-WAN Strategies by Leading Network Service ProvidersStratecast - The Last WordAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan




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