LOGIX Fiber Networks, a Texas-based telecom provider of highly secure fiber-based data, voice and data center services, today announced a new collaboration with Versa Networks to offer its leading software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) solution to its customers.
Through this collaboration, LOGIX delivers a combination of full-featured SD-WAN capabilities including comprehensive integrated security, scalable advanced routing, remote worker access and analytics to meet the evolving WAN Edge requirements of Texas companies.
LOGIX’s customers can now utilize the Versa Titan SASE solution to simplify management through one central view of their entire network, including detailed analytics into WAN traffic, enabling the prioritization of applications, and integrated firewall security to ensure the highest possible network performance. LOGIX’s deployment of the Versa Titan solution also extends to remote workers, further optimizing company efficiencies and performance in increasingly remote and hybrid work environments.
“Versa Network’s best-in-class solution brings ease of network management and ensures that our customers have the highest level of security protecting their data and network assets,” said Craig Collins, Chief Executive Officer of LOGIX. “We are committed to continued innovation and exceptional network performance for our customers, and the relationship with Versa Networks expands our service offerings and will help us grow our Texas footprint.”
“LOGIX Fiber Networks delivers an exceptional experience for its more than 10,000 Texas business customers,” said John Atchison, Head of Global Channel Marketing of Versa Networks. “The Versa Titan SASE for lean IT solution will enhance LOGIX’s value-add to its core services and help its Texas business customers easily manage the growing challenges of an increasingly complicated IT environment. We look forward to working with them as a member of the Versa ACE Partner Program to further extend the LOGIX SASE SD-WAN solution to organizations throughout Texas.”