Convergia, ngena to Offer MaaS, Cisco Viptela, Cisco Meraki Based SD-WAN.

Convergia, a Pan-American value-added distributor and ngena, the ‘one touch’ managed as a service (MaaS) SD-WAN connectivity company, announced that a partnership to offer integrated, fully automated, highly flexible and easy to use Cisco-based SD-WAN service along with flexible wireline and wireless connectivity to any location in the world.

Convergia and ngena together provide automated deployment and management of Cisco Viptela and Meraki hybrid SD-WAN solutions to the market.

“The CxC Hybrid SD-WAN products that we have launched with ngena provides our market with the most efficient Cisco-based SD-WAN connectivity portfolio to deploy and manage as possible,” said Alejandro Bitar, co-founder & executive president of Convergia.

ngena, built on Cisco SD-WAN, uses state-of-the-art cloud and virtualization technologies to offer pre-built configuration for fast and secure deployment using its SD-WAN platform as a service. ngena adds a comprehensive and personalized analytics service, shown in a platform that measures and analyzes the improvement in the performance of their networks.

Channel partners and customers can estimate the ROI resulting from the Convergia and ngena connectivity solutions.

“Multi-cloud era and mobile workers demand networks to evolve in smart and secure ways based on SASE. ngena meets this demand by combining the best SD-WAN solutions in a SASE framework delivered ‘as a service.’ Convergia offers connectivity along with the full suite of managed services to their channel partners and customers based on the expertise and footprint that they have throughout Pan-America,” said Stephen Bates, ngena’s Head of Global Sales.

“ngena made a major investment in the ‘one touch’ SD-WAN connectivity as a service-based approach to the market. Our success in the market requires partners like Convergia to offer the fundamental wireline and wireless connectivity along with the full managed connectivity services to channel partners and respective customers,” Bates added.