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The SD-WAN market is still growing. Here’s what you can expect to see from it in the new year.
Aryaka Networks’ new CRO and SVP of global sales, Mike Hoffman, is aware that SD-WAN is a hot topic right now, telling Channelnomics he’ll have to help channel partners sift through the hype in order to make money.
This year Cisco bought Viptela and VMware announced its intention to purchase VeloCloud, taking out some of the hottest startups in the software-defined networking WAN (SD-WAN) market. This has led the remaining startups to position themselves as the next leaders.
Aryaka Networks, a leader in Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN), has reached a major milestone in becoming the largest independent SD-WAN vendor in the world, capturing 18% market share and generating $21.3M in Q3-2017, according to IHS Data Center Network Equipment Market Tracker.
IHS Markit report shows the two companies have jumped out and are leading the SD-WAN market.
The latest channel exec to sit in the Channelnomics hot seat is Aryaka Networks’ VP of sales for the Americas
CallTower has partnered with Aryaka, an SD-WAN provider, to provide global enterprise customers with cloud service connectivity.
Partnership should net global enterprises improved performance of voice and video calling over long distances.
Uber has had a turbulent year, but that hasn’t slowed the company’s ability to attract the best talent.
LinkedIn on Wednesday revealed its first-ever list of the “most in-demand” startups in the United States and the Bay Area is home to seven of the top 10.
Gary Sevounts has a long history in cybersecurity and is currently CMO at cloud networking and security company Aryaka. He talks to Red Herring about the shift to cloud-based applications, MPLS and Aryaka’s focus on software service, networking and connectivity.
Aryaka study finds that SD-WAN performs well over short hops, but private WAN performs far better over the longest distances.