Versa recognised a leader by Gartner for SD-WAN 4th year in a row
Versa Networks is again positioned as a leader for its ability to execute and completeness of vision in Magic Quadrant for SD-WAN.
Versa recognized as a vendor for universal ZTNA by Gartner
Versa was recognized in Hype Cycle for Zero Trust Networking, 2023 Report, and listed as a sample vendor for SASE.
Versa Networks receives Frost & Sullivan award for SASE solution
Versa Networks has been awarded the 2022 SASE Global Enabling Technology Leadership Award for its SASE solution, as recognised by Frost & Sullivan.
Versa Networks named 2022 CyberSecured Awards winner
Versa SASE 5G Edge won for delivering the industry’s only complete SASE integration of cloud security, networking, SD-WAN, secure access, and analytics.
Versa Networks achieves 'important milestone' with new cert
Versa Networks achieves FIPS 140-2 certification, enhancing its single-vendor Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) platform.
Colt launches new SASE Gateway solution with Versa
Colt Technology Services’ customers now have access to an integrated full SASE solution that brings together SD WAN and SSE features.
VERSA appoints Jen Cerqualia as client strategy partner
Digital pioneer, Jen Cerqualia, joins VERSA as Client Strategy Partner to grow digital partnerships and lead cross-functional teams towards optimal outcomes.
Cerebo Networks signs as a Versa ACE Partner to empower digital transformation
Under the agreement, Cerebo is set to deliver telco-independent secure access service edge (SASE) services to international enterprises.
Colt further secures hybrid working with new SD-WAN feature
Colt Technology Services launches SD-WAN Remote Access, providing secure remote access without compromising network security.
VERSA turns website design on its head with an AI twist
The company's website is entirely bot-activated and navigation-less, which means those who visit the website just write or speak what they want to search for.
Locally-developed cloud launched
[UPDATED] Orcon today launched what it claims is New Zealand’s first locally-developed cloud computing service.