Viptela named to CRN's Software-Defined Data Center 50

Viptela, a Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) company, said that CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, named Viptela to its inaugural Software-Defined Data Center 50 list.

Selected by CRN editors, this list recognizes channel-friendly companies with best-in-class software-defined data center technology that solution providers can rely on as they transition customers to the cloud.

Viptela was selected for its strong channel relationships and its market-leading innovations in SD-WAN that ensure software-defined data center architectures can be easily built and centrally managed.

CRN editors selected companies for the 2017 Software-Defined Data Center 50 list based on multiple criteria, including each company´s overall impact on the market, its influence on the channel as a whole, and the types of technology and services it makes available to its partners. The list is intended as a guide for solution providers searching for best-in-class software-defined data center technology suppliers. The 2017 Software-Defined Data Center 50 list is featured online at www.CRN.com/sddc50.

Mid-sized and large enterprises typically need to connect tens, hundreds and even thousands of branches and retail locations over the WAN.

The Viptela SEN (Secure Extensible Network) platform allows for “mix and match” private and public IP connections such as MPLS, wireless LTE/4G, broadband and Ethernet, to meet application requirements based on geographic location, bandwidth and location type including branch offices, campuses, data centers and cloud resources.

Viptela empowers solution providers to deliver a Cloud-aware WAN that ensures the user experience for cloud applications is on par with the performance of data-center based resources. Channel-friendly Viptela enables partners to:

The Channel Company enables breakthrough IT channel performance with dominant media, engaging events, expert consulting and education, and innovative marketing services and platforms.

Viptela allows global companies to build an overlay network architecture that is policy-controlled and enables seamless digital transformation and migration to the Cloud.