Tradewinds adds Cato Networks to its vendor portfolio

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Tradewinds adds Cato Networks to its vendor portfolio

Cloud-native carrier Cato Networks is the latest vendor to join Tradewinds growing list of vendors.

Tradewinds was appointed as a distributor for Cato’s cloud-based SD-WAN product, allowing its partners to sell SD-WAN-as-a-service.

The distributor described Cato Networks’ platform as “an affordable, SLA-backed, global backbone that connects sites, mobile users, and cloud resources into a flat, secure network.”

Tradewinds head of channels Tony Heywood said: “Many enterprises are deploying SD-WAN as a leading technology to assure highest-levels of quality of service and availability, and we are excited our partners will be able to offer this to their customers.”

Since launching in Australia in August last year, Tradewinds has signed up a handful of vendors including RingCentral, Rackspace and 8x8. The cloud communications and contact centre master agent was previously known as Telarus ANZ before changing its name to avoid confusion with the Victorian telco Telarus.

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