Lavelle Networks Releases First Ever SD-WAN Mobile App, To Monitor Networks The 21st Century Way - GADGETS & INNOVATIONS

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Monday, January 28, 2019

Lavelle Networks Releases First Ever SD-WAN Mobile App, To Monitor Networks The 21st Century Way



Lavelle Networks announced the release of CloudStation App - the first ever SD-WAN Mobile App for Network Monitoring, which is an extension of its Software Defined Network Orchestrator. 

Lavelle Networks offers software-defined networking solutions that enable unprecedented levels of scale and stability, network performance, simplicity, and reduction in overall total cost of ownership for enterprise IT teams. Lavelle Networks today has the largest install base for SD-WAN in India, and a rapidly growing market share of close to 20% in its domestic market, with some of the marquee customers in retail, E-commerce, manufacturing and BFSI. Recently, Lavelle Network was also named as Gartner Cool Vendor for Digital Disruption and Innovation in India and as a ‘Vendor of Note’, in the WAN Edge Infrastructure Magic Quadrant by Gartner.

Lavelle Networks believes that the launch of its CloudStation App will reduce network downtime, enable fast monitoring, and ensure an always on Network. This is in line with its ScaleAOn architecture, on which the SD-WAN solution is built. "CloudStation App caters to the AOn of ScaleAOn and reaches the end user. Always up networks are critical for accelerating digitization," continued Nitish, when speaking about the product vision and overall direction of the product.

ScaleAOn, which stands for Networking at Scale- Always On, achieves network segmentation using an intent-driven user interface, and fast REST API based transactions. It hides all the network protocol complexity from the user, allowing unprecedented speed of control operations. IT administrators can connect, disconnect users, locations, applications within seconds. It provides huge scale with dramatic simplicity for Hybrid and enterprise WAN use cases.





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