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ngena, a global company from Germany connecting teams and uniting workforces worldwide through a centralized connectivity network experience, is expanding its operations in the Americas. Headquartered in Frankfurt, Germany with business operations in the United States, South America, Europe and Asia, ngena is creating new virtual offices, hiring new employees and signing up with key partners in the region.

100% powered by Cisco, ngena’s SD-WAN solution allows customers to use “state-of-the-art” multi-cloud and connectivity technology. By using ngena’s Connectivity Platform as-a-Service, users would be able to benefit from a solution that guarantees “fast and secured” deployment of a broad range of connectivity services that can be selected from a global service catalogue.

“Each client has a unique journey to the cloud, facing challenges and obstacles along the way,” said Bart de Graaff, CEO of ngena. “At ngena, we aim to facilitate a simpler integration around the complex connectivity issues associated with integrating cloud connectivity into enterprise networks. Our platform is designed for multi-cloud managed as a Service connectivity and has been built for all kinds of industries. There are no investments in hardware, project management or long design configuration times.”

Pre-Configured Features

Ngena’s platform includes security built in, essential, as well as advanced services and pre-configured features. Users would be able to design and deploy their end-to-end connectivity solution in three “easy” steps.

“The ngena platform makes it possible for customers to benefit from simplicity, reliability, quality, and scale,” said Kip Compton, Senior Vice President, Strategy & Operations, Enterprise Networking & Cloud at Cisco. “Instead of having to negotiate, obtain, and manage disparate connectivity from various providers, they can rely upon ngena as a ‘one-stop shop’ for all their global network needs.”

Ngena delivers its services through an ecosystem of global service providers and systems integrators, located in 200 territories worldwide. Next to a giant in the telco world, América Móvil, ngena would expand its market entering LATAM with the full support of Cisco and the core strength of this two top corporations in the networking world.

Bart de Graaff
“At ngena, we aim to facilitate a simpler integration around the complex connectivity issues associated with integrating cloud connectivity into enterprise networks,” said Bart de Graaff, CEO of ngena.