In a digital world, where speed matters and time is scarce, enterprises set out on their digital journey looking to fundamentally change their operating model. They are leveraging AI and cognitive tools, internet of things (IoT), multi-cloud solutions and Industry 4.0 principles. In the midst of this, they are coming to realize the implications of an unscalable enterprise network on their competitiveness in the marketplace. IoT and hyperconnectivity are fundamentally changing traditional networking and security safeguards. The digital age is the age of the connected enterprises. This calls for a confluence of data, applications, platforms and devices across an enterprise on a cloud-first foundation. Enterprises are now migrating to unified digital platforms and software-defined network (SDN) models for vast integrations, better digital experience and greater network agility. Network technologies such as SDN, software-defined WAN (SDWAN) and software-defined access network (SDAN) are having a direct impact on new business models.
HCL has been one of the forerunners in this field, and it fared well in the ISG Provider Lens Network – Software -Defined Solutions and Service Partners 2019 study for the UK and Nordics regions due to its involvement in areas such as SDN and multi-cloud network transformation.
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