CBTS, VMware help transform WAN connectivity

May 17, 2018
Author: Josh Pichler
Blog | Communications | Digital Workspace
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CBTS is proud to team with VMware to offer the VMware NSX SD-WAN by VeloCloud solution. In December 2017 VMware acquired VeloCloud, which is the leader in cloud-delivered SD-WAN that enables enterprises and service providers to deploy flexible, secure WAN connectivity.

VeloCloud, now part of VMware, is showcasing its partnership with CBTS through a series of blogs that demonstrate how NSX SD-WAN is helping clients across the country deliver on strategic initiatives.

For example, CBTS leveraged the NSX SD-WAN solution to transform a healthcare network that operates 25 imaging centers across seven states, and that supports hundreds of medical offices and doctors across the United States.

The story demonstrates the powerful combination of the CBTS North American reach – which includes 20 offices, access to 50 data centers, and more than 1,500 employees – and NSX SD-WAN connectivity.

“CBTS takes a proactive approach to partnerships. Its long-standing relationship with VMware, coupled with its engineering expertise make us very optimistic for what we can accomplish together as we accelerate business outcomes through technology innovation,” said Sanjay Uppal, Vice President and General Manager, VeloCloud Business Unit, VMware.

“At CBTS, we are hyper-focused on the growth of SD-WAN and delivering exceptional service to our customers,” said Justin Rice, CBTS Director for NaaS and SD-WAN. “We have longstanding relationships with both VMware and VeloCloud, and believe this acquisition will allow us to scale to meet market demands while providing next-generation cloud networking services.”

To learn more about how CBTS helps clients leverage cloud-delivered SD-WAN, please visit this link. To read additional CBTS case studies that highlight the NSX SD-WAN connectivity solution in the healthcare and financial industries, please click here and here.

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