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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?
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 7.ai
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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.
Aryaka, a leading SD-WAN as a Service provider, announced a new technology partnership with Symantec to incorporate fully managed SD-WAN, application performance, and advanced threat mitigation for a multi-layered approach to protecting the network and…
We’re not a huge company, so we don’t have the sales reach that others do, despite the fact that we have a quality product that is better than most out there in the marketplace, Carter says. ‘This gives us a chance to think more strategically about how we can provide value and target the benefits our technology provides.’
There are predictions that the market for SD-WAN is going to be worth billions but to get that spending partners will have to explain the benefits to customers
Aryaka has a lot of momentum right now, with a marquee enterprise customer list, a top market share position, and a growing list of industry accolades…
Whether it’s by IPO, working with service providers or M&A, Aryaka’s new CEO is tasked with increasing his company’s profile in the SD-WAN market.
Aryaka’s new CEO Matt Carter is planning to sharpen its marketing message and become a more aggressive competitor in the SD-WAN market.
Aryaka’s new CEO says he wants to lead the company to its next stage of growth. Matt Carter, the former Sprint vice president of enterprise and IoT, says one of his goals is to elevate a company that he calls the best kept secret of the industry.
Aryaka has hired Matt Carter as CEO. He previously was CEO of Inteliquent, and earlier held key roles at Sprint and AT&T.