Batelco introduces SD-WAN service

Batelco’s Global SD-WAN is based on an orchestrated platform from Nokia’s Nuage Networks.

  
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MANAMA: Batelco has launched its Global Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) service, an end-to-end networking solution that seamlessly blends MPLS, Internet and LTE technologies into a single communication channel and delivers improved visibility, agility, control and cloud integration with greater ease of use.

SD-WAN enables business customers to gain superior visibility of applications with the capability to dynamically route network traffic across the best available links to maximise throughput.

Global SD-WAN offers a seamless approach to customers that need to balance their dependency on MPLS and Internet connectivity coupled with the demand for cloud computing, mobility and digitalisation governed by customer defined service level agreements.

Batelco’s Global SD-WAN is based on an orchestrated platform from Nokia’s Nuage Networks.

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