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8X8 and SD-WAN provider Aryaka have struck a strategic alliance to improve the voice and video communications experience for global mid-market and enterprise companies delivered through the service provider’s cloud.
Futuriom evaluated the top SD-WAN vendors and predicted that at least four of them will hit $100 million in revenue in 2018. The Tier-1 vendors include Aryaka, Cisco/Viptela, Cradlepoint, Fat Pipe, and Silver Peak.
I had an opportunity last week to talk with the team at Aryaka networks, a cloud-based global Software Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) company that has seen growing success.
Optimization, machine learning and artificial intelligence can pinpoint problems and improve SD-WAN efficiencies.
Aryaka is now offering clientless SD-WAN, which essentially has all of the same features as its primary service, SmartConnect.
Aryaka’s SmartACCESS SD-WAN product improves application performance for remote and mobile workers, providing a global private network, WAN optimization and IP app acceleration.
Aryaka has launched a clientless SD-WAN delivering software-defined remote access by combining dynamic CDN and global SD-WAN technologies.
Aryaka introduced SmartACCESS, a software-defined remote access as a service for mobile and remote users designed to ease and speed VPN connections.
The software-defined wide-area network (SD-WAN) market is evolving quickly, with more than a dozen startups going after the need for better WAN and cloud connectivity. Aryaka, one of the leaders in the space — but one of the few with its own private network — continues to add features to its network-as-a-service (NAAS) model.
Traditionally, network architects have questioned the wisdom of using the internet for VoIP. While a private backbone provides the very best VoIP performance, the right SD-WAN with the right functionality allows the use of the internet to provide good performance of voice.
A global WAN traffic increase of 200% is driving companies to increase the speed of their connections, notes SD-WAN provider Aryaka in research based on…
46.3% of all enterprise WAN traffic is cloud-based, split between HTTPS (27.8%) and HTTP (18.5%). These and other findings from Aryaka’s State of the WAN Report, 2017 released this week quantify how quickly cloud adoption is accelerating in the enterprise.