The company’s SD-WAN network now is available in 30 countries in North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.
Most customers are buying SD-WAN services together with MPLS though the former is showing stronger overall growth.
Union leaders lash out at CenturyLink's CEO Glen Post, but it's likely the layoffs come from former Level 3 executives who are taking over leadership of the company.
The company has 31 security gateways around the globe.
Customers often combine MPLS with SD-WAN.
The security platform is designed to be compatible with SD-WAN.
Mini-tenders are intended to trap uninformed investors.
The platform supports encryption into Google Cloud and AWS but not into Microsoft Azure.
It will be interesting to see how Level 3 and CenturyLink merge their offerings.
CenturyLink expects the Level 3 deal to close by 3Q 2017.
CenturyLink becomes a major fiber player.
The combination of these two telecom firms could create some interesting strengths in virtualized networking.
Dugan will replace Jack Waters who left the company in July to be CTO of the Zayo Group
The company's now developing an SD-WAN service.
Cisco Tail-f network services orchestrator is attracting carrier deals.