CloudGenix, TBI sign master agent agreement

CloudGenix, Inc., the software-defined wide-area network (SD-WAN) leader, has signed a partnership agreement with TBI, a leading distributor of data, network, cloud, voice and managed services, the company said.

This agreement will allow TBI partners to deliver to its clients the industry´s first and only application-defined SD-WAN solution. With CloudGenix, enterprises can now eliminate complex routing protocols and hardware routers, and directly set up business rules and app-SLAs — all while reducing WAN cost by 50 to 70 percent.

As a leading technology distributor, TBI advises and consults on the right solutions to solve organizational challenges, especially those related to increasing bandwidth, upgrading outdated systems, adding new services and migrating or deploying cloud solutions. TBI helps recommend technologies like SD-WAN that assist with convergence and modernization.

With the CloudGenix Instant-On Networks (ION) product family as part of its portfolio, TBI offers the leading solution for companies deploying modern applications, including SaaS- and cloud-based apps such as Office365, AWS, Azure, Unified Communications and VoIP. ION allows network managers to set up business rules and app-SLAs instead of working with arcane networking protocols, cutting network configurations by 90 percent.

TBI is the nation´s leading third-party technology distributor. Since 1991, it has assisted Systems Integrators, VARs, MSPs, IT consultants, developers, software distributors and more in advising and sourcing the right technology solutions.

TBI serves as a partner´s advocate, ensuring the proper provisioning of cloud, Internet, data, mobility, voice, and managed services from best-in-class service providers to achieve clients´ desired business outcomes.

CloudGenix ( is the software-defined wide-area network (SD-WAN) leader, revolutionizing networking by transforming legacy WANs into a radically simplified, secure, application-defined fabric and virtualizing heterogeneous underlying transports into a unified hybrid WAN.