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‘Network-as-a-Service’ vision now becomes a reality due to COVID-19

‘Network-as-a-Service’ vision now becomes a reality due to COVID-19

Network-as-a-Service, which was once considered a vision, is becoming a reality due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many organizations worldwide are preparing for a post-pandemic workplace by making significant investments in networking technologies and organizations that support the needs of the employees. They have a profound impact on current technologies. Many big organizations and large industries are adopting cloud-based networking and are investing big time, especially in Asia-pacific.

According to a recent survey conducted by many research organizations and universities, the networking sector is expected to grow by nearly 40% within the next two years, as businesses adjust to the new normal. The world today is moving fast-paced; digital transformation is improving the industries and is increasingly agile. The rise of software-defined networks has let the l aspect of a network device be decoupled from the hardware and easily moved into the cloud.

The post-pandemic workplace will likely be a hybrid of employees moving between home and office and permanent teleworkers. Many organizations will require a flexible solution that has been designed to attend complex problems in distributed networks. This is when the Network-as-a-Service purchasing models play a crucial role and can let companies buy what they exactly need, and it will also enable the companies to scale up or down the required work environment changes.


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