Secure Software Defined Enterprise (SSDE)
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Secure Software Defined Enterprise (SSDE) represents a fundamental paradigm shift from traditional compute and network development, deployment and management approaches. Consisting of five core principles; security, software defined infrastructure, network virtualization, network automation and centralized management and control for operations. DZS SSDE(tm) aims to maximize economies of scale; reducing deployment timelines, operational budgets and streamlining security tools and situational awareness.
To satisfy increasing consumer bandwidth demands and align with market trends, many Telecom solution providers have begun to future proof their networks with the deployment of fiber technologies. These can be new deployments or augmentation and upgrade of existing copper-based networks.
While high speed Internet access speeds vary by region, DZS is deployed in virtually all the most advanced countries that offer ultra high speed Internet speeds and our ongoing mission is to work with aspiring nations who want the benefits of connecting all citizens to the Internet world.