Neeco and Versa become global technology partners for SD-WAN

Neeco Global ICT Services today announces that it has signed an agreement with Versa Networks to become its global technology partner in the exciting and fast-developing market for new Software Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) services.

Under the terms of the deal, Neeco will provide next business-day replacement services for Versa Networks’ best-in-class SD-WAN hardware, which is designed from the ground up with cloud principles to provide customers with agility, cost-effectiveness, scalability and simplicity.

In addition, the two sides have signed a global partner agreement whereby Versa Networks will use Neeco as either a reseller or as a distributor of its software, to facilitate global deliveries and services for customers who need them and where existing partners cannot fulfil the service globally.

By leveraging its network of 26,000 fully qualified and trained engineers in more than 160 countries around the world, Neeco is an ideal global technology partner for Versa Networks. With unique central management and premium value-added services, Neeco can offer a single point of contact to deliver complex ICT services anywhere, at the shortest delivery times, cost-effectively and at the highest level of quality.

Neeco has already begun distributing Versa Networks’ products, both equipment and licenses, to clients in the United States and South-Central America, with a view to expanding this relationship globally.

“We are delighted that Neeco has become a value-added distributor of Versa Network’s SD-WAN software and hardware technologies, which are widely considered to be among the best products in this exciting segment of the market. We will provide distribution, installation, maintenance and replacement of Versa Network’s products, with a focus on Versa Titan, a pioneering platform which will quickly realize SD-WAN and security revenues for customers,” says David Pátek, CEO and founder of Neeco Global ICT Services.

Chris Kenny, Vice President of Sales & General Manager, EMEA of Versa Networks says: “We are excited to have established this global technology partnership with Neeco, whose global reach and on-the-ground local expertise means it can provide the high-quality services – regardless of solution, place or time of service deployment – that we look for in a partner. SD-WAN is becoming a mainstream technology and this agreement with Neeco will help accelerate our market reach into new countries.”

SD-WAN is considered the future of networks. Whereas WAN connections often used technology that required special proprietary hardware, SD-WAN utilizes the internet or cloud-native private networks to connect enterprise networks — including branch offices and data centers — over large geographic distances, while presenting the industry with the opportunity to implement more robust and reliable network security.

About Neeco: The Neeco Global ICT Services - one of the leading global providers of complex ICT services was founded in 2009 by Czech entrepreneur David Pátek. Neeco has built its global success over the past decade by providing clients with a single point of contact for all ICT solutions. Neeco is providing complex support – from consulting, through technical and supporting services to fully managed services. With a network of over 1,900 local channel partners and more than 20,000 engineers worldwide, Neeco is able to provide 24/7 customer support in more than 160 countries of the world. Its clients include multinational telecommunication companies such as TATA Communications, Vodafone, NTT, international Hilton hotel chain and others. Neeco Global ICT Services headquarters in the Czech Republic.

About Versa Networks: Versa Networks is the innovator of Secure Cloud IP architecture, a next-generation software platform that delivers integrated cloud, networking and security services. Versa’s visionary solution, with an unrivalled depth of features and capabilities, enables enterprises to transition off legacy WANs to achieve business agility, branch modernization, and TCO advantages toward their digital transformation journeys. The company has transacted over 190,000 software licenses through service providers, partners and enterprises globally. Versa Networks is privately held and funded by Sequoia Capital, Mayfield, Artis Ventures, Verizon Ventures, Comcast Ventures, and Liberty Global Ventures. For more information, visit or follow Versa Networks on Twitter @versanetworks.