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InvenSense Deploys Aryaka SD-WAN to Meet Growing Business Needs

Sensor manufacturer InvenSense deployed Aryaka’s managed SD-WAN across its rapidly growing network to keep up with its growing market.

You Have a Multi-Cloud Environment — Now What?

Best practices for global enterprises moving to multi-cloud environments

Transforming the Network: San Mateo-based Aryaka, an SD-WAN as a Service provider, Plans to to Explore New markets

Aryaka provides global enterprises with a viable SD-WAN delivered as a managed service that provides significantly better performance for cloud and on-premises applications — voice, video and data — for enterprise datacenters, branch offices and remote/mobile employees anywhere in the world.

Aryaka expands senior leadership team with new CRO, CTO, CMO

Aryaka announced the appointment of several new executive hires to the company’s leadership team, including Karen Freitag as chief revenue officer, Michelle Owczarzak as chief transformation officer, and Shashi Kiran as chief marketing officer. These new hires come after the recent appointment of Matt Carter as CEO last September, and Deepak Kumar as SVP, Customer Success last December.

Aryaka Hires Three New C-Suite Executives

Aryaka’s recently appointed CEO Matt Carter is making big changes to the SD-WAN provider’s executive team, adding three new C-level executives to the company. These three appointments include naming Karen Freitag as chief revenue officer (CRO), Michelle Owczarzak as chief transformation officer, and Shashi Kiran as chief marketing officer (CMO).

SD-WAN Roundup: Aryaka Hires Another Sprint Alum, Expands Security Partnerships

SD-wan provider Aryaka Networks hired Karen Freitag as its new chief revenue officer, Michelle Owczarzak as its chief transformation officer and Shashi Kiran as its chief marketing officer. The vendor appointed them in order to more closely aligning itself under the vision of Matt Carter, who joined as CEO last Fall.

SD-WAN Specialist Aryaka Adds Three New Executives To The C-Suite

Aryaka has brought on a new chief revenue officer, chief transformation officer and chief marketing officer to help the SD-WAN specialist scale to the next level of growth, the company tells CRN.

Network-as-a-Service Market 2025 by Top Leading Players Cisco Systems, Aryaka Networks, IBM, NEC, AT&T, Verizon, Brocade Communication Systems, Ciena and Juniper Networks

The Insight Partners has announced the “Global Network-as-a-Service Market Research Report 2018” The report focuses on global major leading industry players with information such as company profiles, product picture and specification.

Security will be the next big concern for SD-WAN

Capacity talks to Aryaka SVP and GM of EMEA Ian McEwan about the importance of security in SD-WAN deployments
As the scale and complexity of security threats continues to grow year-by-year, the need for enterprises to protect themselves at a network level increases accordingly. Yet the move to SD-WAN has left a question mark around security – what are the implications of more flexible networking when it comes to protecting the WAN?

New Aryaka SVP Known for Growing Channel Revenue

An expert in cloud and enterprise software is joining Aryaka to improve its customers’ experience. Deepak Kumar is the SD-WAN vendor’s new senior vice president of customer success. Kumar most recently worked for a customer experience provider called [24]7.ai

Network-as-a-Service Market 2025 by Top Leading Players Cisco Systems, Aryaka Networks, IBM, NEC, AT&T, Brocade Communication Systems, Ciena Corporation and Juniper Networks

Global Network-as-a-Service Market Report covers analysis of Manufacturers, Type, Application, Marketing Strategy, Distributors/Traders, Effect Factors, Trends 2018 & Forecasts 2025

SD-WAN Will Be Fueled By Collaboration Between Cloud Providers and Vendors

The latest research from IHS Markit found that SD-WAN revenue reached $284 million during the third quarter of 2018, a 23 percent increase from the previous quarter. As SD-WAN grows, a number of collaborations between cloud service providers and vendors, as well as overall consolidation of providers, are moving the market forward.