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Aryaka announced today it has further expanded its worldwide network with the addition of a new point of presence (PoP) in Toronto. This investment was spurred by a rapidly growing presence of global enterprises with sites in Canada who, as part of their digital transformation initiatives, are looking for better application performance, multi-cloud connectivity, and security …
Today, Aryaka announced the addition of a Point of Presence (POP) in Toronto, Canada – one of the fastest growing tech hubs in the world – to support the rapidly expanding number of enterprises with offices in the area with its cloud-delivered SD-WAN services.
SD-WAN provider Aryaka said today it has expanded its worldwide network with the addition of a new Point of Presence (POP) in Toronto. The investment, it
The global SD-WAN provider Aryaka Networks announced Monday that its network has new point of presence in Toronto, and yet former employee of Gigamon has signed on to lead the expansion.
Vendors are still battling over SD-WAN market share. While there are signs the vendor landscape is settling down, expect the SD-WAN market to remain unsettled in the near term.
With MPLS and VPN no longer sufficient to synchronize and transfer data, Makino turned to an SD-WAN solution from Aryaka. The improvement was like night and day.
Aryaka has been named the largest pure play SD-WAN provider in Q1 2018 and is now within 1% of surpassing VMware for overall leadership in terms of market share and revenues, according to the latest industry report from IHS Markit.
The market for software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) is growing rapidly according to the 1Q18 Data Center Network Equipment Market Tracker from IHS Markit…Aryaka holds down the number two post with 18 percent revenue share…
The shift away from MPLS to SD-WAN is more than just a move to a less expensive networking service. It’s a change in how enterprises think about their networks.
While VMware, Aryaka and Silver Peak stood on the podium as the top SD-WAN vendors in the first quarter, Huawei was way out of the running.
VMware, Aryaka, Silver Peak and Cisco have maintained top positions in worldwide SD-WAN market revenue, but Huawei’s SD-WAN revenue took a hit with only $1.8 million in revenue in quarter one, down 45% compared to quarter four, according to a new IHS Markit report.
SD-WAN (appliance + control and management software) revenue reached $162M in 1Q18, up 12% QoQ and 2.3x over 1Q17. VMware (after its VeloCloud acquisition) led the SD-WAN market with 19% share of 1Q18 revenue, Aryaka was in second place with 18% revenue share, and Silver Peak rounded out the top 3 with 12%, according to the DC Network Equipment market tracker early edition from IHS Markit.