Ngena partners for next-generation networking services

ngena, the Next Generation Enterprise Network Alliance announced today its partnership with, a cloud networking company that delivers connectivity and communication services through internet, cloud, and software-defined infrastructure with a particular focus on AMEA (Asia, Middle East & Africa).

Jerzy Szlosarek, CEO of and Bart de Graaff – CEO at ngena

This partnership will provide network overlay and security technology, where will deploy ngena’s Software Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) as a Service based on Cisco Viptela & Meraki. The service will also provide full orchestration, analytics and performance management for medium-to-large enterprise customers in AMEA. The partnership will allow to upgrade customers from existing MPLS services to the latest SD-WAN technology, which is also more agile and cost-efficient.

According to the Dell’Oro Group, the worldwide sales of SD-WAN technologies are forecasted to grow at double-digit rates over each of the next five years to surpass $3.2 billion in 2024, The research firm expects the market for SD-WAN technologies to increase by 168% between 2020 and 2024. The partnership between ngena and supports the long-term growth of the SD-WAN market and enables more enterprise customers in Asia, the Middle East and Africa to benefit from cost-efficient and agile networking.

We are thrilled to be working with ngena for our global SDWAN services. The combination of best-in-class technologies, global reach, fully automated, and digitized experience provides customers with a truly smart, simple, and secure way to connect. We are passionate about delivering our customers’ connectivity needs and together with ngena we remain fully committed to driving digital adoption and transformation.

Jerzy Szlosarek CEO of

Additionally, this strategic alliance will allow both companies to offer leading industry technology and accelerate market adoption for enabling the digitization and virtualization of services. As cloud adoption continues to proliferate amongst enterprises, a new networking model needs to be put in place. The goal is to move away from a hardware-centric fixed connectivity to a software-driven, flexible and automated model.

The impact of working from home has created additional demand for these networking services, and this collaboration will also extend support to clients during these times of unprecedented business disruption with ngena@home special services.

Together, ngena and are committed to supporting their clients throughout this new era of digital transformation by offering them the peace of mind and confidence that is needed throughout this journey.

We live in a world that is dependent on complex, global supply chains which are becoming increasingly automated and interconnected. Together, ngena and will offer the optimum solution to simplify how the modern digital enterprise connects, enabling next-generation networking services designed for a cloud-native and digital world.

Bart de Graaff, CEO at ngena

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