Vodafone Qatar launches new SDN solution to enhance digital transformation

By Amirtha P S, Desk Reporter
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Qatar’s leading telecommunications service provider Vodafone Qatar has introduced new features to its Software Defined Network (SDN) solution, to offer businesses an enhanced level of agility, control and efficiency and to support the future of digital transformation in the country.

Vodafone SDN transforms traditional connectivity into a smart network, in order to improve business operation. The technology intelligently manages an organization’s entire network across multiple locations and offers automatic management and visibility of applications and tasks, all the while ensuring higher security levels.

Smart connectivity is fundamental to being able to adopt future technologies and achieve digital transformation. Vodafone’s innovative solutions offer the flexibility, control and visibility to take advantage of the next wave of innovation following specific business priorities and capabilities.

Vodafone SDN now comes in two variations, the new local network-based SDN Enterprise and the cloud-based SDN Business. Both versions are now available with their respective feature sets and are compatible with any connectivity type including fixed, wireless or via any third party.

Mahday Saad Al-Hebabi
Mahday Saad Al-Hebabi
Business Services Director
Vodafone Qatar

“At Vodafone, we’re always striving to provide our enterprise customers with the latest cutting-edge technologies to support their business goals. This is especially important as they adapt to new ways of working following the challenges of the past year, which have demonstrated the ever-critical role of connectivity and technology in keeping society, businesses and governments connected. Our SDN solution delivers greater operational efficiencies as well as providing a future-proof, cost-efficient and smart network that can support their digital transformation efforts and increase their responsiveness to changing customer and market demands.”

With the new advanced features on SDN Enterprise, businesses will be able to manage their network performance through a dedicated dashboard. The network is configured centrally, meaning changes can be automated and implemented quickly, in response to new business and application demands. 

A business can combine fixed and wireless connectivity as a complete end-to-end solution, manage their priorities and control their allocated bandwidth at different locations, all based on their specific needs to ensure maximum efficiency.

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