Tunisie Telecom and Cisco launch new generation of SD-WAN networks

Tunisie Telecom and Cisco announced on Wednesday the signing of a new commercial and technological cooperation agreement for the marketing of SD-WAN (Software-Defined Wide-Area Networking).

This agreement was signed in Tunisie Telecom’s headquarters by Jihene Bouzaiene, Executive Director of the national operator’s Enterprise Market and Skander Ghatta, Cisco Country Manager, in the presence of Mohamed Fadhel Kraiem, President and CEO of Tunisie Telecom, and Loaii Zoheir, Service Provider Sales Director North Africa of Cisco.

Thanks to this partnership, Tunisie Telecom is entering a new era of support for Tunisian companies in their digital transformation projects, starting with the upgrade of networks towards greater reliability and agility.

Indeed, the explosion of Wan traffic, which is exposed to internal users, machines and customers alike, affects the user experience. Management is becoming more complex for the CIO, who must face the complexity of optimizing network performance without investing in large budgets. Data security is also at the heart of this issue.

SD-Wan is ready to meet these new challenges by reducing costs and optimizing application performance without compromising security and data privacy with simple installation and deployment that does not require equipment changes.

“Tunisie Telecom promises to enter a new era,” Mohamed Fadhel Kraiem proudly declared, stressing that “in a world 4.0, latency, availability and throughput are of major importance for the company and become arguments for competitiveness, reputation and profitability; hence the very high added value of this solution”.

For Cisco, Loaii Zoheir stressed that this partnership was the extension of a long-standing collaboration with Tunisie Telecom crowned by many successes in the field of IP MPLS and Voice over IP.

“Our service package is based on a new network approach and will enable companies to take advantage of the technological innovations offered by Cisco SDN/NFV concepts to provide agile and secure networks, improve the efficiency and profitability of their operations and respond more quickly to growing needs in terms of digitization, security and openness to the cloud,” said Loaii Zoheir.

TunisianMonitorOnline (Source:THD)

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