Gartner Magic Quadrant for WAN Edge Infrastructure October 2018
October 31, 2018
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Gartner released their Gartner Magic Quadrant for WAN Edge Infrastructure on 18 October 2018, prepared by research analysts Joe Skorupa, Andrew Lerner, Christian Canales and Mike Toussaint.
Here’s an overview of the vendors included in the report; we’re pleased to see 3 of our 5 SD-WAN partners, Silver Peak, Cisco and VMware, appearing as Leaders.
Networking teams today face dynamic business requirements, including new application architectures and on-premises and cloud-based deployment models.
As a result, WAN edge infrastructure is changing rapidly and now incorporates a widening set of network functions, including secure routers, firewalls, SD-WAN, WAN path control and WAN optimization, along with traditional routing functionality.
Teneo covers these topics and more in our SD-WAN Workshop, to help you reach an independent decision on the right SD-WAN technology, deployment and delivery models for your organization. To obtain a free copy of the Gartner Magic Quadrant for WAN Edge Infrastructure, please contact us using the form below.
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