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With more number of Indian organisations expanding globally, Aryaka’s founder & CTO Ashwath Nagaraj says that SD-WAN will enable them to be more productive and efficient globally.
From the business perspective, a network no longer consists of boxes, cables, and carrier-provided WAN connectivity. Instead, the network now connects people and the application resources they require – with central, flexible control and management of access and other security policies.
Not only has WAN transformation been talked about for decades, but SD-WAN in particular has been a red-hot topic for the last couple of years. Investors seem to believe the market will stay this way as well; over the past couple of months both VeloCloud and Aryaka have raised additional funds to be able to meet the explosion in user demand for SD-WAN.
Three things are unavoidable in life: death, taxes and technology hype. Some hype is just that, fodder for rhetoric and pontification; however, there is technology out there receiving well deserved attention.
Aryaka Networks’ APAC Business Head, Feroz Zaveri, in a chat with Voice&Data Zaveri elaborates on Aryaka focus and strategy roadmap that will assist large enterprises to leverage the shift to digital economy in India.
Aryaka Networks, the software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) provider, plans to help its partner grow as it grows globally.
Cybersecurity, hybrid cloud and networking companies were among those that collected VC rounds in January.
Global software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) provider Aryaka announced its series D financing round. The round was led by two new investors, Third Point Ventures and Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners (DTCP), displaying strong endorsement of the company’s global SD-WAN platform.
Cloud-based private network provider Aryaka, which plans to go public in 2018 with a more than $1 billion valuation, raised $45 million in its latest funding round, a source
SD-WAN vendor Aryaka has secured a $45 million Series D round of financing, advancing its profile in the growing market segment. Led by Third Point Ventures, Aryaka added Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners (DTCP) as a new investor.
Software-defined WAN specialist Aryaka has landed $45 million in funding following a stellar 2016, when the company saw its revenues jump 100 percent and its indirect sales soared.
Deutsche Telekom, KPN invest in SD-WAN, e-health Details Latest News 23 January 2017 Deutsche Telekom and KPN’s investment arms have invested in Aryaka and Personal Medsystems as they bet on the success of enterprise.