BT Launches Cisco-based Managed SD-WAN Service for UK Business Customers

| March 12, 2020

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BT has launched a new managed software defined wide area network (SD-WAN) service for UK business customers. Combining the best of BT’s capabilities into a single customer solution, the new Managed SD-WAN offering enables secure, high-bandwidth connections across multiple sites using fixed and mobile networks. As part of the launch, BT is offering two different Managed SD-WAN options based on the requirements of a customer’s network, including Cisco SD-WAN powered by Viptela, and Cisco SD-WAN powered by Meraki.

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