Title: SD-WAN Services Trends
Time: On Demand
Duration: 1 hour
SD-WAN Services Trends Software-defined wide-area networking (SD-WAN) has been taking the world by storm. The technology has the potential to reduce operating costs, connect applications to the cloud more efficiently, improve security, and give organizations more IT agility. But not everybody wants to do it themselves. This is driving increased adoption of SD-WAN Managed Services.
Following months of research including a survey of 120 enterprise end-users, independent research firm Futuriom has identified key trends in the market. In this webinar, Futuriom will present the findings of the SD-WAN Managed Services research and discuss these trends with experts from leading SD-WAN vendor Nuage Networks from Nokia.
Key drivers behind SD-WAN Managed Services adoption, based on a survey of 120 end users
Most important feature sets in an SD-WAN Managed Services
Cloud provider and service providers strategies for rolling out services
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Founder and Principal Analyst
R. Scott Raynovich is the founder and chief analyst of Futuriom. For two decades, he has been following communications technology markets as an analyst and publisher. Most recently, he was VP of research at SDxCentral.com, which acquired his previous technology website, Rayno Report, in 2015. Prior to that, he was the editor in chief of Light Reading, where he founded the Heavy Reading research service and worked for nine years. Raynovich has also served as investment editor at Red Herring, where he started the New York bureau and helped build the original Redherring.com website. He has won several industry awards, including an Editor & Publisher award for Best Business Blog, and his analysis has been featured by prominent media outlets including NPR, CNBC, The Wall Street Journal, and the San Jose Mercury News. He can be reached at [email protected]; follow him @rayno.
Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Nuage Networks
Patrick McCabe is responsible for promoting SDN products and solutions for service providers and enterprises. Patrick has held a number of engineering, sales and marketing roles during his 25 years in the telecommunications industry. He was educated at St Francis Xavier University and Technical University of Nova Scotia (DalTech), and holds Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Engineering.
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