Network as a Service (NaaS)

Network as a Service (NaaS) to meet your business demands

CMS network as a service (NaaS) can help your business overcome barriers to network modernization.

Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) enables you to deploy best-in-class Network products and services in a more modular, scalable package. We know that your network experience is the first and most important requirement for connecting in the cloud era. We put your network architects, builders, and operators—at the center of all we do. CMS enables your network users—employees, students, patients, customers, and guests—to be as happy and productive as possible.

Ensure your networks aren’t just up and available, but are also providing the best user experiences. We provide the best network experience through wired and wireless access, SD-WAN, automated WAN Backbone, and the cloud ready data center.

The Power of AI Across Your Network

CMS is partnered with Juniper Networks in developing open, scalable solutions that drive greater productivity and competitiveness for our customers.

CMS offers Three available technology tracks:

Branch Security

Safeguards users, applications, and infrastructure by extending security to every point of connection, from client to cloud, across the entire network.


Wired Access – The wired portfolio, coupled with wireless, delivers optimized experiences to users and devices with AI-driven insights and automation.

Wireless Access – Revolutionizing enterprise networks with AI-driven automation, actionable insights, and the agility plus elasticity of a microservices cloud.


Enrich user experiences across the WAN with Session Smart technology and AI-driven insight, automation, and action.

Network as a Service enables you to deploy best-in-class CMS products and services

With CMS NaaS your virtual services, resources, or applications can sit in the Cloud, and only pay for what you need when you need it.

CMS offers different networking resources, services, and applications
that you can purchase for several users, for a contracted period. Typical configurations include services such as Managed SD-WAN, Business Communications (VoIP), and security services.

The NaaS business model can provide your business with a flexible, resilient infrastructure. And paying for what you use, rather than for your hardware, frees you to scale up or down as you require without having to make or waste capital investment. Network as a Service allows you to move from a Capital Expenditure (CAPEX) model to a more predictable and transparent Operating Expenditure (OPEX) model. This can reduce wasteful spending by creating more synergized investment decisions across all network functionalities.

CMS delivers an AI-driven Network Experience as a Managed Service

Contact CMS to learn more about its managed network solutions.