Teridion, A superior cloud-based global connectivity platform, announced the appointment of OSI GLOBAL IT Distribution as a value-added distributor in Middle East and India.
OSI GLOBAL, part of the OSI Infotech LLC based in Dubai, has a strong track record of success in the Middle East and India. The company has built its reputation with world-class products, excellent customer service, and delivering value to its customers since 2011. As a distributor for Teridion, the company can now offer high-speed internet that minimizes latency and packet loss that works with any SD-WAN vendor.
“The Teridion service is used to improve the performance of internet-facing applications such as SaaS services, either for enterprises consuming these services or for the providers offering SaaS services but not wishing to deploy large numbers of instances of the application globally,” said Sander Teunissen, Director Channel & Sales, EMEA & APAC at Teridion. “Our new distribution agreement with OSI GLOBAL means deeper penetration into our market through a company with a stellar reputation among its customers.”
“OSI GLOBAL is excited about working with Teridion. Over the last few years, we have seen explosive growth in SD-WAN-as-a-Service. We are keen to create the best products for our channel partners & end customers. To do this, we count on reliable OEMs with innovative solutions; and that is exactly what Teridion brings to the table,” said Keerthi Kumar, Sales Director – India for OSI Global IT Distribution. “Our aim is to have a good penetration across different verticals and across different market segments in India and the Middle East. This partnership allows us to extend Teridion’s SD-WAN-as-a-Service to our customers, improving their level of service and the quality of their communications channels.”
Teridion’s unique connectivity solution improves a company’s internet stability and speed providing professional SLA backed service by implementing a global cloud underlay network with over 500 PoPs on over 25 public cloud providers worldwide. It supplants the normal BGP routing protocol, using AI to find the fastest routes with minimal packet loss and latency. The solution works regardless of the ISP being used and allows the customer to choose its own SD-WAN vendor.