Madrid, Spain, 19th December – Teldat, the leading European provider of WAN Edge Infrastructure solutions, has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. for the second year running in the Magic Quadrant for WAN Edge Infrastructure.
Teldat CEO Ignacio Villaseca said “We consider that being acknowledged within the Magic Quadrant for WAN Edge Infrastructure for the second year running, is confirmation of how Teldat is positively accomplishing our company’s mission: offering our customers stable and effective SD-WAN solutions, as they progress and transform their companies towards their new digital requirements.”
Gartner states that “by 2023, to deliver cost-effective scalable bandwidth, 30% of enterprise locations will only have internet WAN connectivity, compared with fewer than 10% in 2019.” Moreover, Gartner also mentions that “by 2024, to enhance agility and support for cloud applications, 60% of enterprises will have implemented SD-WAN, compared with fewer than 20% in 2019”.
Ignacio Villaseca goes onto explain that, “At Teldat, we have carried on steering our company towards being an important SD-WAN supplier. Teldat’s R&D resources in the last two years have virtually doubled, as we develop more SD-WAN infrastructure and software as a service (SaaS), driven by the needs of digital business transformation and feature-rich SD-WAN solution requirements. It is clear that over the last years SD-WAN has progressively advanced, by replacing more traditional routing technology. To do this, we have made the SD-WAN solutions easier to use, well priced, with a substantial support system and much more.” Teldat CEO continues by saying that we offer the above mentioned points and that “Teldat will continue to develop it’s SD-WAN edge gateway range and expand our software availability such as our Cloud Network Manager in different areas. Indeed, Teldat offers large corporation, as well as SME solutions.
Gartner “Magic Quadrant for WAN Edge Infrastructure” by Jonathan Forest, Mike Toussaint, Neil Rickard, 26 November 2019.
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