BCM One Signs Ecessa, Touts Hybrid SD-WAN Capabilities

They like their combined ability to integrate MPLS with SD-WAN.

James Anderson, Senior News Editor

February 7, 2018

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BCM One is partnering with Ecessa to deepen its SD-WAN portfolio.

The master agent praised Ecessa’s premises-based solution which integrates MPLS networks and managed firewalls with SD-WAN architecture. BCM One agents can give their customers increased control over internet traffic while using an all-in-one network to handle multiple locations.


BCM One’s John Cunningham

BCM One says is it is “agnostic” with respect to SD-WAN and aims to offer the best solutions available from select technology partners. John Cunningham, BCM One founder and co-CEO, says Ecessa stood out because of its 15 years of experience in the WAN industry and its network engineering chops.

“Together we offer a reliable managed SD-WAN solution for existing MPLS clients wanting to move to SD-WAN or to offer a hybrid approach to companies of all sizes,” Cunningham said.

BCM One says it will emphasize Ecessa’s PowerLink load balancing and WANworX SD-WAN solutions. The master agent’s clients get a guarantee for no-calls-dropped or quality of service (QoS). The companies say the benefits to choosing their SD-WAN solution include carrier-agnostic circuit sourcing, the ability to integrate with existing environments, and project and billing management.


Ecessa’s Mike Siegler

“BCM One’s stellar reputation and customer-first approach made them a natural partner for us,” Ecessa CEO Mike Siegler said. “This unique managed SD-WAN service offering will integrate the best of both organizations, making SD-WAN easier for our partners and their customers to see the benefits.”

BCM One launched an SD-WAN program for some of its channel partners last September. The company also has a relatively comprehensive guide to SD-WAN and cloud applications. It recently added FatPipe Networks’ SD-WAN solution to its lineup of managed services.

Ecessa recently hired Colm Armstrong as its vice president of sales. We mentioned in one of our recent SD-WAN roundups that Ecessa launched a monitoring service that can be added to SD-WAN deployments.

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James Anderson

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

James Anderson is a news editor for Channel Futures. He interned with Informa while working toward his degree in journalism from Arizona State University, then joined the company after graduating. He writes about SD-WAN, telecom and cablecos, technology services distributors and carriers. He has served as a moderator for multiple panels at Channel Partners events.

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