How can I gain total 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.
Discover your potential cost-savings with Maxis Managed SD-WAN in 3 easy steps
Step 1: Select the number of sites
Step 2: Select the bandwidth per site (Mbps)
Step 3: Select the HQ bandwidth (Mbps)
Traditional setup cost (RM)
Managed SD-WAN cost (RM)
Estimated cost savings (%)
Learn the difference between traditional WAN and managed SD-WAN
Wide area network (WAN) connections often use technology that requires special proprietary WAN routers. Network settings are housed locally on the router and distributed throughout the network, requiring visits to each branch if a change is required. Manually managing a network with multiple remote locations can be untenable – not to mention costly – for small IT teams.
A software-defined wide-area network (SD-WAN) uses software to cloud-based technologies to virtualise and abstract the network, simplifying the delivery and operation of networking services. SD-WAN allows lean IT teams to monitor the network through a centralised controller, and to deploy policies and configuration changes instantly.
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 see increasing use in cloud-based applications such as office-collaboration suites, CRMs, and ERPs.
You have a small, lean IT team who don’t have the expertise or capacity to support a large number of branches.
Your business has a large number of branches locally and globally.
You are about to refresh or negotiate existing networking contracts with your vendor.
Your business uses bandwidth-hungry applications such as cloud backup, video conferencing, and video streaming tools.