Rabobank deploys VeloCloud SD-WAN from Telstra

Rabobank New Zealand CEO Todd Charteris said the digital upgrade would provide improved regional connection with Rabobank’s central and global infrastructure

Rabobank, a major lender to the agricultural sector in New Zealand and Australia, has announced it will undertake digital transformation for its New Zealand regional network by deploying a VeloCloud software defined wide area network (SD-WAN) supplied by Telstra.

“Rabobank Australia & New Zealand Group and telecommunications provider Telstra have signed a multi-million dollar digital transformation deal that will see more than 90 Rabobank office locations and two data centres across New Zealand and Australia upgraded to Telstra’s SD-WAN solution,” Rabobank said in a statement released 19 June, which mimicked an announcement of the deal from Telstra a month earlier.

It added: “The digital transformation of Rabobank’s network will enable the bank to gain increased access to business applications, evolve its network operations and legacy infrastructure, and deliver a better customer experience.”

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