BIOS Middle East collaborate with VMware for UAE and Saudi Arabia customers

27893827708 5ee0eb8da9 cBIOS Middle East, a provider of cloud and managed IT services for enterprises, will collaborate with VMware to offer VMware SD-WAN to customers in the UAE and Saudi Arabia

BIOS would be the first cloud provider to launch VMware SD-WAN in these countries.

VMware SD-WAN provides high performance and reliable access from branches or work-from-anywhere locations to cloud services, private data centres and SaaS-based enterprise applications in a cost-effective manner.

It simplifies branch-wide networking by automating deployment and improving performance over private, broadband and LTE links for today’s distributed enterprises. VMware SD-WAN is an important component of the VMware Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) platform, which combines network services with cloud security and Zero Trust network access to provide flexibility, agility and scalability for businesses of all sizes.

BIOS will leverage its managed service offering, known as BIOS Assured, to enable organisations across the UAE and Saudi Arabia to take advantage of VMware SD-WAN.

Dominic Docherty, managing director, BIOS Middle East, said, “By introducing VMware SD-WAN as part of our network-as-a-service offerings, customers in the region will gain better visibility, security, automation and improved performance for their applications across distributed locations and clouds at a lower cost. They will also benefit from having a provider with a robust cloud footprint that leverages data centres in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Riyadh and soon Jeddah.”

Enterprises can deploy VMware SD-WAN in cloud, on-site or hybrid environments. The VMware SD-WAN scalable framework also allows businesses to integrate seamlessly with their preferred security and cloud infrastructure technologies.

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