While the ins and outs of MCN are complex, the leading startups are all pursuing similar key themes—delivering high-performance networking from the cloud, providing multi-cloud network visibility and control, and using software to deliver network-as-a-service (NaaS).
According to Futuriom Chief Analyst and Co-Founder, there’s a growing demand for SD-WAN providers to offer more multicloud networking features. Pureport’s SD-WAN Connect solution offers a simple and effective platform that combines the advanced functions of SD-WAN with the affordable performance of public cloud providers.
Pureport opened its multi-cloud fabric platform to SD-WAN vendors, beginning with support for Silver Peak. According to McAuliffe, Pureport’s multi-cloud fabric offers a distinct advantage over alternative methods.
A new crop of distributed routing solutions— built from the ground up in the cloud, as software only— are now ready for prime time. Pureport is also building a distributed cloud routing mesh using Free Range Routing (FRR) open-source software.
Rich Lee, Founder and CEO of Pureport, discusses a number of successful M&A events within the data center and IT Services industry over the past two decades. Also, Lee explains why he’s spearheading a company focused on on-demand multicloud networking, and why Pureport’s platform is unique.
Multi-cloud networking provider, Pureport, a company orchestrating private connectivity to the top public cloud providers, has appointed Peter Sprygada as Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Mr. Sprygada will be responsible for all product strategy, engineering, and technical delivery of Pureport’s Multicloud Fabric platform.
Pureport hires Peter Sprygada, Red Hat distinguished engineer, as CTO.
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AVANT Communications, a platform for IT decision-making and the nation’s premier distributor of next-generation technology solutions, and Pureport, a Multicloud Networking Provider, announced a partnership to drive adoption of the most innovative and efficient cloud connectivity on the market today.
SDN startup Pureport today extended support for Amazon Web Services (AWS) Transit Gateway using AWS’ private, direct connection to Pureport’s Multicloud Fabric platform.