Masergy has been named a Visionary in Gartner’s 2020 Magic Quadrant for Network Services, Global 1 , report. This is the fourth year in a row Masergy is positioned in the Visionaries quadrant. The report evaluated 15 vendors based on completeness of vision and ability to execute.
According to Gartner, “In an era of increased digital business and carrier-based cloud interconnect, enterprise demand for bandwidth and network access has never been stronger.
This demand is heightened by enterprise requirements for video and the IoT, and by the fact that organisations frequently struggle with application performance challenges when moving applications and computing/storage to the public cloud. Additionally, new workloads and new digital business initiatives require agile and scalable networks that can provide greater accessibility and reliability without exponentially increasing costs.”
“Since our founding 20 years ago, Masergy has been committed to solving modern business problems while anticipating future needs,” said James Parker, CEO, Masergy. “From solutions that unite SD-WAN, security, and cloud applications into a single platform to driving the next generation of IT with AIOps and virtual network assistants, our tenure and expertise in the industry helps enterprises across the globe. We are continually working with clients to provide the technologies they require to keep up with growing demands and safeguard them from potential threats while also moving their business forward.”
Masergy’s believes its maturity sets it apart from competitors and that the company’s forward-leading strategy is paying off. While the industry has seen many vendors enter the networking arena over the past two decades, Masergy has steadfastly driven innovation through a creative combination of foresight and experience. Beginning as a pioneer in software-defined networking, today the company is leveraging decades of intelligence to lead the next wave of disruption with autonomous networking.
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