MCM Telecom is rolling out secure SD-WAN to the national market in collaboration with Versa Networks, media reports said. The collaboration will enable MCM Telecom to deliver a full-featured SD-WAN, integrated security, scalable advanced routing, genuine multi-tenancy and analytics. These aspects will help to enhance WAN Edge requirements for Mexican companies.
It is reported that the Mexican telco will allow customers to gain better control of their operations across various branches. It also leverages Versa Networks’ multi-tenancy feature. In July, Tejas Networks created a high-capacity 100G DWDM network for MCM Telecom in Mexico.
Mark Hilton, COO of MCM Telecom, told the media, “As a premier provider of telecommunication services to businesses in Mexico, we seek to partner with vendors offering cutting-edge technology solutions to evolve our state-of-the-art networks and deliver new high-value service offerings. After evaluating multiple equipment vendors we picked Tejas Networks for both our Metro and Inter-city optical network rollouts across Mexico. Tejas has an innovative Converged Packet Optical (CPO) portfolio enabling the delivery of a versatile mix of resilient and high-quality MEF CE2.0 services for connectivity.”
MCM Telecom is one of the sophisticated telecom operators in Mexico. It was in fact the first telephony provider in the country offering VoIP services in a cloud model.