Built-in return-on-investment mechanisms
End-user services, fully productized and ready to be delivered out of the box, mean that implementers of the platform and the TAP Program can immediately start offering a wide range of security services to its customers, exploring new revenue streams previously impossible and thus increasing the average revenue per unit per customer as well as company branding. This way, your brand is differentiated from those offering no comprehensive security services to customers. Such differentiation sharpens your competitive edge in the market. Locking your customers into the newly provided security services can fortify your bond with customers.
Comprehensive security services in a single-paned dashboard
Security services shouldn’t operate in silo. Nexusguard’s platform offers a full range of services, in the CSP’s skin and brand, to protect customer applications, networks and infrastructure, connectivity, and domain name services from all possible cyber attacks—all on a single-paned glass. By logging in our 3-tiered multi-tenant portal, divided into 3 types of access: super admin, admin and user accounts, you can enjoy the convenience brought to you by a single-paned glass.
Store and process data locally
With the balkanization of the Internet, the ability to protect the sovereignty of internet traffic and data is becoming paramount, especially for verticals which have to comply with specific security requirements. Traditional borderless cloud services present too many uncertainties. Nexusguard Bastions offers CSPs and partners the chance to build a truly controllable, in-country solution, to serve verticals where location is top priority. This way, storage of and processing data are locally conducted to address the required performance, data sovereignty and the regional compliance requirements.
Perpetual licence and upgrades
The program’s innovative commercial offering discards the traditional CapEx spend model, replacing it with OpEx model that renders end-of-support/life conversations obsolete. Never again do you worry about the lifecycle of a product and to plan for heavy CapEx at the end of each technology lifecycle. Nexusguard’s platform offers perpetual license and support for as long as necessary—meaning the longer you operate the platform, the lower the TCO becomes.
Lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
Working with x86 bare-metal partners means that we are not binded to hardware manufacturers, cost or supply-wise. This translates to a great deal of savings for our customers. Customers have an option to acquire the bare metals, or to benefit from NXG’s OEM partnerships with our suppliers. In terms of dollars-per-gigabit at the carrier level - Nexusguard’s platform offers a 50-70% TCO savings over 3 years and it only gets higher as the program runs longer.
Training and certification
Delivered as a standard to each deployment, Nexusguard’s Academy provides training, enablement, evaluation and constant re-training for our partners and their staff. The courses are created by practitioners, for practitioners, and are created based on Nexusguard’s many years of operating and serving customers - ensuring that the courses and materials are practical, realistic and effective. Partners no longer need to worry about filling turnover and retraining - we got it covered.
Backed by Nexusguard global infrastructure
Nexusguard PoPs consisting of network equipment, detection and mitigation technology and internet connectivity are fully owned and operated by Nexusguard. Partner CSP’s subscribed to the services delivered via Bastions automatically enjoy enhanced availability and an increase in mitigation capacity through Nexusguard’s Edge Protection (EP), delivered via the Nexusguard Cloud.
Consistent and seamless hybrid experience
Unlike other market players, we own the entire spectrum of service - product, software, infrastructure, cloud, operations and business. Your customer and yourself enjoy single point interaction and user-interface, ensuring no lapse of service handovers and gaps in data presentations. It means that as long as your customers rely on your network to offer mission-critical services, maximum uptime and service availability are kept maintained during attack.