Infrastructure-as-a-Service | Odine Solutions, Versa Networks deploy SD-WAN core for Turkcell

Versa Networks

Odine Solutions, one of the leading NFV systems integrator in EMEA has announced that together with Versa Networks, they have successfully deployed an SD-WAN core in the Turkcell network to serve Turkcell’s corporate customers enabling end-to-end software defined and secure connectivity infrastructure-as-a-service.

With the fast roll-out, Turkcell provides cutting-edge technology SD-WAN to its corporate customers. An SD-WAN deployment allows customers to use Internet, VPN and Security services on a single Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) platform.

Multiple transport types like ADSL, fiber, MPLS and cellular can be used simultaneously. Security services like NGFW and UTM can also be provided to customers on the same single CPE. By aggregating multiple connections, customers experience fast data speeds at low cost in SD-WAN.

“SD-WAN is not only a major step forward in our digitalization journey but more importantly it helps customers lower their costs and simplify their operations through central management while enabling real-time application visibility capabilities,” said Gediz Sezgin, CTO at Turkcell. “We chose Odine Solutions and Versa Networks based on their expertise in network transformation. Our decision has been reinforced throughout the deployment by the speed to deployment, from testing to roll-out.”

“We are proud to deploy an SD-WAN core successfully with Versa Networks for the world’s first digital operator Turkcell. SD-WAN will be one of the most significant milestones in theoperator’s digital transformation journey,” said Alper TungaBurak, Managing Partner at Odine Solutions.

“Versa is delighted to partner with Odine and Turkcell to deliver state-of-the-art SD-WAN technology and SD-security for our mutual enterprise customers in Turkey,” said Chris Kenny, VP-Sales, EMEA, Versa Networks. “SD-WAN is becoming a mainstream technology and the timing is good to accelerate our market reach into Turkey and other EMEA growth markets.”