TD Synnex adds Megaport to its portfolio


Megaport has signed a new distribution partnership with TD Synnex to bring its private software-defined networking (SDN) platform to partners.

The platform, delivered via network as a service (NaaS), provides connectivity to cloud providers including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud, TD Synnex vice president of acquiring new vendors, Cheryl Neal, saying the service can accelerate digital transformation initiatives.

The retailer highlighted some of the benefits of Megaport’s NaaS, including improved network performance with reduced jitter and latency and reduced cloud egress costs to cloud on-ramps (compared to internet rates ).

Other benefits include point-and-click network provisioning between branch offices, cloud providers, and IT departments without hardware requirements, as well as real-time provisioning of virtual network infrastructure and interconnects.

It also offers secure private hybrid and multicloud cloud connections to 360+ service providers, 700+ enabled data centers, and 230+ cloud interconnect points.

“The integration of Megaport’s NaaS platform into the TD Synnex portfolio makes it easier for customers to modernize their network connectivity to cloud service providers,” said Rodney Foreman, CRO of Megaport.

“TD Synnex’s global scale and reach, combined with its expertise in IT solutions, makes it an ideal partner to expand our channel relationships.

Megaport has recently stepped up its distribution relationships. In November, it brought Arrow into the fold by launching its new partner portal ArrowSphere.

Last year, Megaport launched a new partner program with the aim of “reducing friction in the partner sales process” with the new program focused on facilitating market access for resellers, operators of data centers, system integrators and managed service providers (MSPs).

Meanwhile, it’s been almost a year since Tech Data reached a definitive agreement to merge with Synnex Corporation in a $7.2 billion deal, creating a distribution powerhouse involving two blockchain titans. supply.

At the time, the new-look supply chain giant was home to around $57 billion in estimated annual revenue and more than 22,000 employees under plans to provide customers and suppliers with “expanded reach”. across products, services and geographies.

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