Creating Next-Gen Global Business Networks

Jan 30, 2018

New Cisco blog article: "Creating Next-Gen Global Business Networks"

Cisco ‘s VP for Cloud Platform and Solutions Group, Kip Compton, has published a great article today in Cisco’s Digital Transformation blogThe article is titled “Creating Next-Gen Global Business Networks” and describes why the co-operation between ngena, Cisco and the ngena alliance partners have the potential to revolutionize the way, enterprises will deploy global SD-WANs in the future.

Kip Compton, VP, Cloud Platform and Solutions Group at Cisco

Kip Compton, VP, Cloud Platform and Solutions Group at Cisco

In his article, Kip states: “The ngena platform makes it possible for customers to benefit from simplicity, reliability, quality, and scale. Instead of having to negotiate, obtain, and manage disparate connectivity from various providers, they can rely upon ngena as a “one-stop shop” for all their global network needs. … I’m really excited about the potential of ngena. It’s a transformative initiative that combines an innovative business model, strong industrial partnerships, a cloud-first, software-based technology platform, and a high degree of process automation. Together those attributes enable ngena and its alliance partners to uniquely address the needs of multinational, “borderless” enterprises and leapfrog the classic competition.”

Read the full article here: https://blogs.cisco.com/digital/ngena 

The author

Jörg Wassink

Since August 2017, Jörg is the Head of Marketing at Frankfurt-based telecommunications start-up ngena, the ‘Next Generation Enterprise Network Alliance’, where he is responsible for building a global brand for the international telco alliance. Before joining ngena, he worked as Head of Communications Central Europe at British Cloud software vendor Sage Group plc for more than 10 years. From 2004 to 2007 he acted as Director Internal & External Communications at British telco operator COLT Telecom. Jörg, who holds a Master of Arts in Philosophy and Comparative Literature, started his career as a journalist for the German IT-business magazine iCONOMY. 

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