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TIM, Huawei partner on new SD-WAN solutions for enterprises


TIM and Huawei are offering Italian enterprises new services based on software-defined wide area network technology, as they aim to help businesses increase the reliability, flexibility and efficiency.

The partnership, the latest between the two telcos, is the latest step in TIM's integration of its business network solutions with the cloud.

The operator highlighted the ability for businesses to run their networks through a single console, with the help of TIM's National Assistance Centre.

Huawei's SD-WAN technology is the first to be integrated into the console. The telcos will collaborate on developing advanced business solutions and services.

Luigi Zabatta, Head of Fixed Offer - TIM's Chief Business & Top Clients Office, said: "Today, more than ever, companies need networks that can adapt to different business needs over time, in particular to enable Cloud and VoIP services. Thanks to the most advanced technologies available, these networks can be managed both jointly and by customers themselves through simple tools.

“The partnership with Huawei allows us to expand our value proposition for companies and to enrich our offer through the adoption of a technological model that is increasingly and rapidly emerging in the ICT industry”.

Leo Liu, Country Manager, Enterprise Business Group Huawei Italia, said: "Today's agreement is part of the ten-year collaboration with TIM, which has allowed us to bring innovation and technology to companies and public administrations throughout the country.

"The Huawei SD-WAN solution offers on-demand interconnection among branch offices, branch offices and data centers and branch offices and the cloud. It offers the best experience in the field of business interconnection, differentiated network services are implemented in a customized and flexible way according to the application requirements, ensuring a high quality experience and full autonomy to business users."

In May, TIM, Huawei and Fastweb showcased how future 5G networks could enable augmented and virtual reality services.