Rentokil Initial underpins growth with agile network

Posted on 04/12/2018
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Pest control and hygiene company Rentokil Initial needed a network which could provide agility, scalability, resilience and cost-effectiveness to be rolled out across multiple markets of varying maturity. By deploying VMware NSX® SD-WAN by VeloCloud™, it secured a company-wide network which resulted in up to 3,000% more bandwidth for up to 50% of the cost in some sites. “We don’t need to send out IT guys anymore. We don’t need all these expensive IT skills around the world. We need one to two people to architect it in the centre and a check sheet that states, ‘this is what you do to get it online’.”  Ed Higgs, Director of Global Service Delivery, Rentokil Initial

Check out the case study or watch Rentokil Initial’s Ed Higgs chat about the deployment with VMware Joe Baguley.


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