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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.
Aryaka has snagged a juicy $45 million in a Series D round of funding, attracting investment from German telecom incumbent Deutsche Telekom, among others.
As carriers continue their decades-long struggle to move up the food chain from ‘dumb pipes’ to value-added services, investing in SD-WAN solutions to mitigate
Bajaj deploys Aryaka’s Global SD-WAN to achieve stable connectivity between global locations and better performance for collaborative real-time applications.
Businesses of all sizes today, find themselves in the middle of one of the biggest and most disruptive technology revolutions. Technologies related to Cloud, SaaS, and Mobility are set to revamp enterprise IT, and how organizations work with data and applications.
Aryaka wants to stress the “global” aspect of its software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN), compared to its competitors. The company is garnering customers that need to connect offices in far-flung regions of the world.
While some enterprises are taking a do-it-yourself approach to implementing software defined wide area network (SD-WAN) technology, others – including global electrical equipment manufacturer Volex – have opted instead to purchase SD-WAN as a service from a network operator.