QOS Consulting Partners Join Hands with VeloCloud Networks
FREMONT, CA: QOS Consulting LLC (QOS), a Southern California headquartered communications technology solutions company, has revealed a technological alliance with VeloCloud Networks, the Cloud-Delivered SD-WAN company. This collaboration will summate software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) capacity to enterprise services of QOS’s portfolio.
For over ten years now a decade, QOS Consulting has been assisting organizations to boost the performance of their applications and people by enhancing their network’s performance. With technology and project management prowess, the team unites with enterprise businesses to guide and administer implementation and migrations of complex services. On the other hand VevoCloud simplifies branch WAN networking by automating deployment and improving enterprise application performance over private, broadband internet, and LTE connections.
VeloCloud Cloud-Delivered SD-WAN helps companies to streamline remote and branch office deployments while catering secure optimized access to applications in private data centers and cloud. Companies leverage from the multi-tenant cloud gateway architecture and capability to support real-time applications over traditional broadband links.
VeloCloud enables the customers of QOS with the capacity to handle their WAN and grant them the ability to program their data. “With VeloCloud, we empower our customers to route their data based on business need - driving value while increasing redundancy in a more cost effective way than traditional networks,” said Frank Cittadino, managing partner of QOS.
“As a VeloCloud Registered Partner, QOS is able to enhance its customers’ efficiency, performance and productivity while lowering overall networking costs,” said Michael Wood, VeloCloud VP of Marketing.
SD-WAN is an extension of the enterprise portfolio of QOS. As SD-WAN gets paired with the proficiency of QOS in the field of project management, complex services implementation and their customer portal, they become capable of fulfilling the requirements of multi-site organizations.
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