The Challenge

The Global
Networking Challenge

Enterprises are evolving and so are their networks. Due to globalization and mobility, enterprise CIOs must now figure out ways to deliver their most important digital assets to the employees, customers, and partners who need to access them from anywhere in the world, anytime, and on any device.

At the same time, the mainstreaming of cloud-based enterprise applications adds another layer of complexity. The top applications moving to the cloud include such mission-critical ones as email, application development and testing, CRM, BI, and ERP solutions. Yet, CIOs also cannot entirely let go of legacy applications, many of which still sit behind the firewall.

As a result, CIOs and network managers are facing a whole new set of networking challenges, especially when they must deliver applications over the WAN. Due to congestion, latency, jitter, and a range of other problems, application delivery to distant users over the WAN is a major problem. Thus, CIOs at companies of all sizes are investigating hybrid networks that combine public cloud, private cloud, on-premises, virtual, and even mobile networks.

However, current WAN and datacenter Interconnect models were not built to deal with these emerging hybrid networks. Thus, there is a widening disconnect between data, applications, and global end users.

WAN and datacenter Interconnect model

In the past, deep-pocketed Fortune 500 enterprises relied on costly, complicated, private networking (typically MPLS) and optimization (typically WAN optimization) hardware to solve this problem. However, these legacy solutions weren’t designed for our cloud, mobile, and social era, and the businesses relying on the legacy solutions are no longer happy with them.

Another related problem CIOs are facing is that in order to accelerate their public-facing web resources, such as corporate websites, customer portals, and mission-critical web applications, enterprises need to resort to CDNs or Dynamic Site Acceleration solutions. This piecemeal approach to enhanced networking creates unnecessary complexity without delivering the desired results.


Increasing application performance by a mere 10% can save an enterprise over $2,000 per employee in annual productivity cost.

Costs Related to Internet Downtime

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The State of the Enterprise WAN 2015


Mean bandwidth growth worldwide from 2014 to 2015


Global businesses with connectivity speeds lesser than or equal to 10Mbps


Sites worldwide enjoy very high-speed connections greater than 40Mbps

Aryaka ONE – One Network for
all of the Global Enterprise’s Networking Needs

The hybrid WAN needs a radically different approach to application delivery, acceleration, and optimization, one purpose-built for our cloud, mobile, rich-media-heavy age.

Today’s global businesses don’t have time for the expensive, hardware-heavy complexity of legacy WAN Optimization and CDN solutions. To move at the speed of today’s most agile businesses and to keep up with ever-shifting demand, the global enterprise needs a business-class, on-demand networking solution that is easy to deploy, simple to manage, and completely reliable.

This is what Aryaka’s One Network for the Global Enterprise was built to deliver.

Aryaka ONE is the world’s first and only global, private, optimized, secure, and on-demand network, a single solution that addresses the unique needs of today’s enterprise. Our WAN as-a-Service and CDN as-a-Service solutions leverage the intelligence of the Aryaka ONE network to deliver the service you need, packaged exactly as you want it.

Global Enterprise's Networking Needs

The entire globalized enterprise – from HQ to branch offices to remote and mobile employees – needs reliable, consistent, and secure connections to mission-critical, cloud-based, and even legacy apps.