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Australian SD-WAN provider Fusion Broadband has migrated its service to IBM Cloud after finding its capacity increasingly under pressure.

The Victoria-based managed services provider (MSP) will now see its technology sold by 200 IBM partners globally.

Following the migration, more than 80 per cent of Fusion’s SD-WAN network is spread across IBM sites in Sydney and Melbourne along with other IBM locations.

According to Fusion MD Jason Maude, the company’s former infrastructure was inhibited by increasing growth, leading to more support calls.  

“Changes had to be made,” he said. “Investigations led us to partner with IBM and with a rapid deployment of less than 24 hours, we migrated most of our load off our primary point of presence in Sydney into the IBM Cloud.”


via “IBM” – Google News

April 14, 2019 at 10:33PM