Kenya’s AdcareIT rolls out secure cost-effective SD-WAN services
AdcareIT, a Kenyan outsourced ICT managed services and enterprise solution provider has selected two companies to rollout NFV-Based secure SD-Wan services in Kenya.
Telco Systems, a provider of innovative SDN/NFV, CE 2.0, MPLS and IP solutions and Clavister, focusing on high performance cybersecurity solutions, have entered a multiyear engagement for AdcareIT to deploy managed secure SD-WAN services.
AdcareIT is targeting SMEs and large enterprises across the country with the new Telco Systems-Clavister solution based on a flexible, pay-as-you-grow subscription model, to reduce barriers of entry and expand the addressable market.
Telco Systems’ NFVTime is an open plug-and-play virtualization suite. It provides a complete environment for quick service deployments with centralized management and ongoing orchestration.
Clavister’s secure SD-WAN VNF is the answer for IT administrators managing security infrastructure for multisite customers to simplify their deployment and maintenance routines, while saving cost.
“With this joint solution from Telco Systems and Clavister, we gain a significant competitive advantage and can quickly deploy cost efficient SD-WAN and security services in a low risk framework and expand to new virtualized services without replacing the existing hardware,” explained Tobias Seda, Managing Director of AdcareIT.
The integrated NFV edge solution from Telco Systems and Clavister supports zero touch provisioning that minimizes service delivery logistics and eliminates the need for costly on-site technicians.
Running on low cost, high performance Arm-based hardware architecture, this joint solution enables AdcareIT to design, deploy and monitor services for multiple customers operating across multiple locations in one centralized management solution.
“We are proud to be working with Adcare IT on this exciting project and expanding our well-established presence in East Africa as well as strengthening our partnership with Clavister,” explained Ariel Efrati, CEO at Telco Systems.