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Aryaka Networks, an ‘As-a-Service’ provider of WAN Optimization, Network, Application delivery and Cloud networks has raised $10 million in Series D funding.
Aryaka announced that the hybrid solar panels manufacturer, EchoFirst, had selected its services to provide reliable VoIP calls and fast file transfers across its offices around the globe.
Smaller cloud companies don’t have the luxury of selling cloud services at a loss, but if they can’t hold their own during this price war, de facto cloud monopolies will emerge, eventually limiting choices and driving prices back up.
Entrepreneurs are critical to any thriving economy. As Peter Drucker once said, “The best way to predict the future is to create it,” which is exactly what entrepreneurs do — if they have the proper foundation upon which to innovate.
Aryaka Networks has further distinguished itself as an as-a-service provider in a market full of boxes by announcing an on-demand capacity service to help address unpredictable enterprise WAN traffic developments.
Browsing through the 100 announcements from exhibitors at Interop 2014, this year seems to bring a flurry of solutions and products focused on synchronising business processes with IT solutions and innovations brought by virtualisation and the concept of Everything-as-a-Service (EaaS), or Software-as-a-Service (SaaS).
In the age of the global cloud computing, reliance on wide area networks (WANs) has never been greater.
A global packaging company has successfully contained its wide area network performance issues by turning to a WAN Optimization as a Service provider for connectivity.
Aryaka, a provider of WAN Optimization as-a-Service, Network as-a-Service, Application Delivery as-a-Service, and Cloud Network as-a-Service, recently announced that its WAN Optimization as-a-Service has been selected by Rieke Packaging Systems, a TriMas Company, to provide better connectivity at a lower cost between its globally distributed offices.
Read about big data methods that can help net admins facilitate end-to-end visibility of network and application performance, which is the underlying call of application performance management (APM).
Technologies like CloudBridge, SilverPeak, Riverbed and Aryaka strive to create new ways to delivery and manipulate data in the cloud.
Cloud adoption is on the rise globally, but one key piece of infrastructure threatens to put the brakes on this trend.