Bell launches Canada’s first cloud-based Virtual Network Services platform

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Bell has recently launched its new Virtual Network Services (VNS) platform, which offers enterprise business customers a catalogue of on-demand network functions that reside securely in Bell’s private cloud.

The first of its kind in Canada, Bell VNS responds to customers’ on-demand needs by transforming and centralizing hardware-based networks in virtualized, software-driven networks.

“Bell VNS is a revolutionary way for business customers to adapt their networks quickly and efficiently while reducing their hardware expenses,” said Tom Little, President of Bell Business Markets. “The Bell VNS service experience offers a new level of control, flexibility and automation through software-driven networks.”

At the Cisco Connect event in Toronto recently, Bell also announced it will be the first Canadian service provider to offer a managed SD-WAN (software-defined wide area network) solution powered by Cisco Viptela, the first Virtual Network Function offered on the Bell VNS platform.

Managing networks is becoming more complex as applications move to the cloud, employees become increasingly mobile and billions more Internet of Things (IoT) devices are launched. Businesses evolving their networks to take advantage of the scale and agility of the cloud are turning to virtual networks to help manage and orchestrate their network deployments.

Bell VNS is an end-to-end managed solution for enterprise customers across Canada. For more information, please visit Bell.ca/VNS.

Bell is Canada’s largest communications company, providing innovative broadband wireless, TV, Internet and business communication services across the country. Bell Media is Canada’s premier content creation company with leading assets in television, radio, out of home and digital media. Founded in Montréal in 1880, Bell is wholly owned by BCE Inc.


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