Breaking news: we’re unveiling a new TeleGeography research service today.
Say hello to the SD-WAN Research Service, the only product out there that catalogs and analyzes the SD-WAN market.
Here’s what you need to know about this new offering.
Hybrid WANs Have Cost Optimization Implications. And We’ve Got Data For That.
Rarely do network budgets grow as fast as bandwidth demand, making it imperative to use new technologies that improve network efficiency. A primary reason enterprises are adopting hybrid networks with SD-WAN technology is controlling or reducing costs while maintaining network performance.
That’s where we come in.
The SD-WAN Research Service provides a wealth of WAN service pricing trends and analysis, allowing buyers to approach the market with more information than their competitors.
A primary reason enterprises are adopting hybrid networks with SD-WAN technology is controlling or reducing costs while maintaining network performance.
Profiles Help Illustrate Which SD-WAN Platform Might be the Best Fit for Your Network.
The SD-WAN Research Service contains 25 company profiles of vendors and managed service providers offering SD-WAN.
These profiles were designed for customers who are searching for the product that best fits their WAN needs.
Care about zero touch installation? Transport technologies supported? Perhaps the deployment model and network scale matter to you. These profiles break it down and provide contact information for the companies profiled, allowing buyers to move their process forward faster (and smarter).
But This Service Isn’t Just For SD-WAN Shoppers.
This service includes a full market summary, covering key WAN service pricing trends, an SD-WAN service review, and a full run-down of vendors.
This means that the SD-WAN Research Service is not only vital for those searching for SD-WAN services, but for anyone who cares about what’s happening in the market. That includes those who are developing and improving their own SD-WAN offerings and are interested in comparing their network footprint against other carriers.
Elliott is a member of TeleGeography's pricing team. He specializes in pricing analysis for international private line, IP Transit, Broadband, and Enterprise products, with a regional focus on Eastern Europe, Russia, and Eurasia.