Networks are evolving in non-traditional ways: new solutions bring cost savings, flexibility and answers to security and IoT-related challenges.

The demands placed on enterprise networks are unsustainable. Users have more devices, expect more bandwidth and a better experience, and need to connect anytime, anywhere. And now, the Internet of Things means that your network isn’t just connecting devices, it’s powering them too.

More than ever, the network is the critical factor in any enterprise. And IT budgets aren’t keeping up. With limited resources, IT teams can barely address the challenges of:

  • Adequate capacity for higher device density
  • Improving performance with more bandwidth and more PoE
  • Connecting new IoT equipment
  • Keeping networks secure
  • Cutting operational costs
  • 24/7 support
  • The shift from product to solution to service

Does this sound familiar? 

  • Your business needs to evolve its network, but you don’t have enough CAPEX to achieve your ideal vision
  • You want to expand rapidly and can’t slow yourself down with IT staffing and support for infrastructure issues
  • Your usage of network resources fluctuates from one week to the next, so you’re paying for far more capacity than you use most of the time

'As a Service' models
To meet business demands, a network infrastructure team needs solutions that let them build networks that are flexible, affordable, and easy to implement and manage.

Discover how you can unshackle your network team from cost and capacity constraints with the Network-as-a-Service solution from ALE.
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With NaaS, network spending shifts to an OpEx model where the company pays a “per month” fee for the network. This creates a flatter, consistent spending pattern that is easier to budget for... Instead of trying to squeeze every last packet out of a switch, businesses could upgrade the product at every contract cycle ensuring the company always has current technology.

Zeus Kerravala, ZK Research

Network World

NaaS makes sense because:

  • New consumption-based business models are spilling over from the consumer world
  • More services and applications are shifting to the cloud or some form of hybrid model
  • Specific industry challenges need custom-built solutions and applications

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