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As SD-WAN entering mainstream network services, people often think it as an innovative solution riding over the public Internet, bidding farewell to the private networks like MPLS traverses on. In reality this is not always the case. A recent event on SD-WAN reminds us of a different approach SD-WAN can take on its services.
SD-WAN power player Aryaka says it has notched a victory for the channel by forging a partnership with China Mobile International that alleviates the confusion surrounding new Chinese regulations that limit cross-border communications.
China Mobile International has signed a strategic agreement with Aryaka to deliver the world’s first fully compliant global SD-WAN service for Chinese companies with a global presence, as well as international companies with locations in China.
Aryaka has established a partnership with China Mobile International to deliver a global SD-WAN service, giving it entry into China’s burgeoning SD-WAN market.
Aryaka has partnered with China Mobile to be the first fully compliant global SD-WAN service for Chinese and international companies.
Aryaka launches Passport, a multi-layered security platform and ecosystem that provides best-of-breed security at every level of an SD-WAN.
Aryaka, the software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN provider), has introduced a security platform and “ecosystem.”
Aryaka introduced Passport, a platform that integrates security layers from Zscaler, Palo Alto Networks and Radware with its global private network.
Aryaka Networks, which operates its own global software-defined wide-area network (SD-WAN) service targeting enterprise connectivity, today launched PASSPORT, a multi-layered security platform and ecosystem that includes value-added security services such as private network encryption, DDoS (distributed denial of service) attack protection, integrated firewall, and cloud security.
Aryaka has announced a new technology partnership with Radware to implement best-in-class DDoS attack detection and mitigation for its global enterprise services.
Aryaka, the global SD-WAN provider, has announced a new technology partnership with Radware a global provider of cyber security solutions and application delivery for virtual, cloud and software defined data centres, to implement best-in-class DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack detection and mitigation for its global enterprise services.
Aryaka adds Radware DDoS security to its global private network to provide another layer of security. Also, Virgin Media Business launches managed SD-WAN with software from Versa Networks.