Silver PeakÂ®, the global SD-WAN leader, delivering the transformational promise of the cloud with a self-driving wide area network, has announced a global distribution agreement with Westcon-Comstor, a value-added global distributor (VAD) of security, collaboration, infrastructure and data centre solutions, the company said.
Through its Westcon line of business, the distributor will immediately offer the full portfolio of Silver Peak software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) edge solutions, including the award-winning Unity EdgeConnectâ¢ SD-WAN edge platform, to resellers and enterprise customers across Europe, Middle East and Africa and Asia Pacific.
By adding EdgeConnect to its portfolio, Westcon will provide resellers and enterprise customers with a complete solution that eliminates the need for conventional branch routers. EdgeConnect uniquely unifies foundational branch network functions, SD-WAN, WAN optimisation, routing and security into a single, centrally managed, business-driven, SD-WAN edge.
Silver Peak, the global SD-WAN leader, delivers the transformational promise of the cloud with a business-first networking model. The Unity EdgeConnectâ¢ self-driving wide area network platform liberates enterprises from conventional WAN approaches to transform the network from a constraint to a business accelerant. Thousands of globally distributed enterprises have deployed Silver Peak WAN solutions across 100 countries. Learn more at silver-peak.com.
Westcon-Comstor is a value-added technology distributor of category-leading solutions in Security, Collaboration, Infrastructure and Data Centre. Westcon-Comstor is transforming the technology supply chain through its global capabilities in Digital Distribution, Services and Global Deployment. It has teams in 50-plus countries, combining expert technical and market knowledge with industry-leading partner enablement programs. Collaborating with its partners in a unique engagement model, Westcon-Comstor strives to deliver an exceptional partner experience to deliver results together. The company goes to market under the Westcon and Comstor brands.