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Aryaka Networks, the pioneer in WAN as-a-service, has made it their goal to be the #1 SD-WAN provider in the world in the next 12 months. That’s a bold and aggressive move because the SD-WAN startup market is full of many hot, well funded, next-generation cloud-based SD-WAN vendors.
The growth of software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) is seen throughout the market, and companies are preparing for the next generation of connectivity accordingly. Viptela is a rapidly growing name in this field, and it will be bringing its vision of an SD-WAN future to this year’s ITEXPO event.
Most IT leaders are looking for the next angle or the do-more-with-less approach to spending money. Telecom services are one of the larger operational expenses on a company’s balance sheet. Customers have been looking for ways to creatively add bandwidth and cut costs. The market has responded, albeit slowly.
Headphones really didn’t make any news in the past, but once Apple purchased Beats Electronics for $3 billion, it changed the global industry. For Skullcandy, creator of headphones, earphones and related accessories, the increased popularity in the segment means more opportunities. The company announced it has selected Aryaka, a global cloud networking provider, to connect its operations in the United States, Canada, Germany, China and Japan without the limitations of the Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) system it was using.
Jim Hilbert, Aryaka’s senior vice president of global sales, says the WAN-as-a-service provider is all-in on its channel.