Glue Networks, Inc., developer and provider of the world’s most advanced next-gen networking platform, today announced that it has expanded its partnership with Cisco Systems to power Cisco Next-Gen WANs as a cloud-based networking service.
“We are enabling Cisco Next-Gen WAN customers to rapidly deploy and easily manage their expanding wide area networks at a fraction of the cost and time required for traditional solutions. This is a very exciting revolution in the way next-gen networks are deployed and managed,” said Jeff Gray, Glue Networks chief executive officer.
Cisco Next-Gen WAN as a Service is powered by Glue Networks’ gluware™ technology, the industry’s first and only cloud-based networking automation engine that automatically builds, maintains, monitors and manages next-gen networks anywhere in the world.
Next-Gen WAN as a Service is delivered to customers in partnership with Cisco and top channel partners. With gluwareTM any location with broadband Internet access now can be connected to an enterprise’s core network for predictable round trip time (RTT) and high-performance delivery of voice, video and real-time data securely between highly distributed sites, including across oceans and continents.
“gluwareTM technology provides the industry’s most advanced networking solution for high performance remote office connectivity,” said Gray.
About Glue Networks
Glue Networks is the leader in the field of intelligent cloud based network automation. gluwareTM Cloud Services provide a simple and affordable way to rapidly extend complex corporate networks to remote branch offices and teleworkers, delivering the high-security, high-bandwidth and real-time applications required by today’s modern workforce. gluwareTM Cloud Services are powered by gluwareTM, the world’s most advanced network automation engine, building upon well over 100 years of collective networking, telecoms and software systems development. Glue Networks is leveraging extensive industry partnerships to transform the way IT departments deploy and manage highly distributed networks.