OnX Canada now offers Cisco SD-WAN as a Service, providing a seamless multi-cloud architecture

OnX Canada, a leading cloud and application solution provider that serves businesses, healthcare organizations, and government agencies across Canada, offers Cisco SD-WAN as a Service.

SD-WAN is a core part of the OnX Communications Practice and its mission to deliver clients futureproof business solutions not constrained by borders.

Cisco SD-WAN is a powerful solution for enterprises looking for a predictable user experience, simplicity, and security of enterprise assets while optimizing connectivity to multi-cloud or SaaS applications. The solution helps provide a seamless multi-cloud architecture, all with a hugely simplified operational experience and rich analytics.

OnX, and its parent company CBTS, leverage SD-WAN technology to support more than 600 customers and 4,000 networks that stretch over eight countries. They also carry more than 560 Cisco certifications, and maintain all of Cisco’s premier partner designations:

  • Cisco Gold Partner
  • Master Collaboration
  • Master Data Center and Hybrid Cloud
  • Cloud and Managed Services Master
  • Master Security Partner

In addition, they are the first Cisco Cloud and Managed Services Provider Master partner to hold designations for five strategic Cisco Powered services. The designations follow a rigorous third-party audit to ensure that well-defined, enterprise-class standards are achieved when designing, delivering, implementing, and supporting the following strategic Cisco Powered services to clients:

  • Cloud Managed SD-WAN
  • Webex Service Provider
  • Cloud Calling
  • Cloud Managed Access
  • Cloud Managed Security

“SD-WAN has the capability to deliver transformative results for organizations looking to harness the power of a cloud based consumption model and retire expensive MPLS networks,” said Paul Khawaja, President OnX Canada.

“Flexibility and performance are two factors to consider for any enterprise with multiple sites, looking for a resilient and reliable network, at a reduced cost compared to the legacy network.”

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