Deutsche Telekom Global Business brings its Secure SD-WAN center to Spain | News | Security

Deutsche Telekom Global Business has announced the creation in Spain of first Center of Competence of the company worldwide that will be dedicated to solutions Secure SD-WAN of fortnite.

With this new center, the company strengthens its capabilities to manage its customers’ communication networks in SD-WAN and continues to consolidate its position as a trusted partner for the deployment of next-generation communication networks.

Deutsche Telekom Global Business brings its Secure SD-WAN center to Spain.
Deutsche Telekom Global Business brings its Secure SD-WAN center to Spain.

From this new building, the Spanish team of the subsidiary of the Deutsche Telekom group will offer support and advice on the deployment and start-up of Secure SD-WAN networks based on Fortinet innovationsto customers all over the world.

The arrival in Spain of this center will mean the creation of new jobs. In addition, for its start-up, Deutsche Telekom Global Business has reinforced its technological infrastructure and has trained and certified its employees in the solutions fortnite.

“This Fortinet solutions competence center positions us as a key market for Deutsche Telekom Global Business and puts the knowledge and experience of the Spanish team at the service of the entire group. For me it is a pride to lead a team of professionals that constantly innovates to improve the services we provide to our clients, and that is our fundamental objective” he affirms Miguel Ángel Sánchez, CEO of Deutsche Telekom Global Business Spain.

SD WAN

Secure SD-WAN technology improves the user experience by providing higher connection speeds for remote stations, reducing latency, while providing a more reliable connection. In addition, these types of networks reduce bandwidth costs and, by applying automation, simplify connectivity in mixed environments, including local, hybrid and cloud. The SD WAN market will grow over 30% over the next few years according to IDC, which also predicts that it will exceed 5 billion dollars in two years.

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