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Aryaka, the leading WAN as-a-Service company, has announced that Essel Propack has deployed Aryaka’s software-defined, optimized, private WAN as-a-service to achieve enterprise-grade, stable connectivity, and improve the quality of video-conferencing between their global branch offices.
So, what does the next-generation WAN look like? In an attempt to answer this question,Steve Martin looks back in time, to see how the WAN has evolved so far. The evolution of the WAN has followed the evolution of enterprises, in general, and their changing business requirements.
CenturyLink opened the application process for its annual Teachers and Technology grant program. Full-time pre-kindergarten through grade 12 classroom teachers in public or private schools within CenturyLink’s local service areas can apply for a grant of up to $5,000 until Jan. 12, 2016. The funds are meant to help teachers use technology in an innovative way to increase student achievement.
There’s plenty of talk about software-defined WAN and shifting some of the traffic off of traditional MPLS connections to the public Internet, but Aryaka Networks’ founder and CTO believes the next generation WAN is a hybrid where only the last mile is actually using the public Internet.
WAN as-a-service company Aryaka has signed a distribution agreement with Avant Communications to provide its WAN solutions to the company’s reseller ecosystem in North America.The partnership is expected to expand Aryaka’s channel business and give Avant’s resellers access to an alternative to traditional WAN solutions and MPLS infrastructures, according to the announcement.
In an effort to grow its enterprise base, Aryaka tapped Chicago-based Avant Communications Inc. to sell its cloud-based, WAN optimization and network as a service offerings to customers.
Aryaka has formalized the agreement with AVANT as part of its partner program. The partnership will expand Aryakas channel business, while allowing AVANT to offer its customers a next generation WAN that combines enterprise-grade performance and Internet-like simplicity a private, fast lane to the cloud.
Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) directs data in high-performance telecommunication networks, but increasingly companies are finding it is not able to perform to the standards that is required in today’s low latency ecosystem. For companies that require information in real time, this can be a very expensive problem.
As one of the latest communications technologies, software-defined networking (SDN) has the promise to revolutionize the way B2B firms deploy and manage business networks with full centralization, greater automation, more flexibility and reduced costs.
There are few companies in the business world that are as well regarded as Aryaka, especially when talking about the field the firm is thought of as inventing: SD-WAN. Now the company is starting to grow at levels it hasn’t seen before in the first half of 2015. The world’s leading WAN-as-a-service firm believes there are a couple of different factors that have all combined to lead to unprecedented success and it appears the company wants to continue in that successful vein.
Even though most people hadn’t heard of Console Inc. before today, the conference will be named Console Connect Live, and it’s where IIX intends to reveal details about the service.The general idea is that Console will bypass the Internet to provide a connection between an enterprise office and, say, a public cloud or a customer site. Network performance would be one reason for doing this, but it looks like Console is going to put more emphasis on security.
New Strategic Partnerships, a Flood of New Customers, and Key Additions to the Senior Executive Team Highlight a Record First Half for the Company That Invented SD-WAN Technology