Simplify and automate networks to enhance availability and manage costs
Emerging technology is driving new business models for networks in ways that we couldn’t have anticipated in years past. Virtual networks, firewalls, virtual routers, virtual load balances and switches are all now being deployed as software through network functions virtualization (NFV). As important as the technology is, the business models associated with the technology are allowing customers to start adapting to on-demand technology. This business model is also allowing customers to move into contracts based on consumption and not duration.
IBM has a unique position to consult, deploy and manage your network infrastructure in ways to allow to be much more nimble and competitive in the market.
Managed Network Services from IBM can help improve agility, lower costs and reduce complexity across your hybrid cloud, data center, and local wide area networks. We use software-defined technologies, analytics and automation to integrate networks across carriers and countries for your hybrid cloud environments. Our network solution is designed to help reduce unplanned downtime, improve global agility, simplify management and provide higher network capacity at a lower cost.
To further understand about devising your pathway to network transformation, join IBMer Rick Qualman, Vice President, Network services, GTS, in a webinar in which he’ll explain how the capabilities of Managed Network Services can help you achieve the goals of network transformation in a secure and seamless way. Watch it now.
Related topic: Software-defined Networking (SDN)
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