How can I gain enhanced
control and visibility of
my company's network?
Maxis Managed SD-WAN is a smart, cost effective and
secure networking solution to manage and control your network.
Maxis Managed SD-WAN is a scalable, flexible and secure managed service offering cost savings and enhanced network control and visibility
Fully managed service
24/7 managed onboarding and support, providing worry-free network management and performance.
Scalable and flexible
Easily upgrade and make changes to your network whenever you need it, without the need for infra changes.
Secure your internet connection with a solution that is easy to deploy across all your sites.
Enjoy savings by choosing your connectivity and reduce hardware costs, even for remote sites.
Learn the difference between Traditional WAN and Managed SD-WAN
Wide Area Network (WAN) connections often use technology that requires special proprietary WAN routers. The configuration of each router is distributed and housed locally on each router, hence they must be configured individually. Furthermore, managing each network across remote locations and multiple office locations or branches becomes a hassle for small IT teams.
Software-defined wide-area network (SD-WAN) is a specific application of software-defined networking (SDN) technology for WAN connections such as fibre internet, 4G, dedicated internet access (DIA) or MPLS. It connects enterprise networks such as branch offices and data centers over large geographic distances more efficiently.
SD-WAN allows you to control your WAN with a centralized SD-WAN Controller to securely and intelligently direct traffic across the entire network by utilizing the MPLS network, the Internet or cloud-native private networks.
How Maxis Managed SD-WAN simplifies management
and operation of a wide area network
Maxis Managed SD-WAN
is the right fit for you if :
You are already adopting other Cloud-based SaaS (Software as a Service) e.g. Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services.
You have a small, lean IT team and need to handle multiple WANs.
Your business has a large number of offices or branches locally and globally.
You are about to refresh or negotiate existing WAN contracts with your vendor.
Your business uses bandwidth-hungry applications e.g. Multimedia, cloud SaaS (Software as a Service).