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Aryaka has closed a $50 million Series F round of funding led by Goldman Sachs Private Capital Investing. The new investment has brought the global managed software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) firm’s funding to $184 million.
Some of the leading players operating in the Global Distributed Processing Market includes Blockstream (The U.S.), Nutanix (The U.S.), Paxata (The U.S.), Databricks (The U.S.), Aryaka(The U.S.), MemSQL(The U.S.) Nerdalize (Netherlands), Infinit (France), Eurotech (Italy) and PrismTech (The U.K.) among others.
The SD-WAN market is crammed with solutions from both emerging startups to established networking vendors. But here are six SD-WAN technologies that solution providers should keep an eye on this year.
Aryaka®, the global leader in managed SD-WAN, has closed a $50 million Series F round of funding led by Goldman Sachs Private Capital Investing. This brings Aryaka’s total funding to $184 million.
The CEO of SD-WAN specialist Aryaka told Computer Business Review that a $50 million investment led by Goldman Sachs was the result of a direct approach by the investment bank, which has now placed its growth equity specialist Matthew Dorr on Aryaka’s Board of Directors and felt like a “sense of blessing” by the investor.
Aryaka®, the global leader in managed SD-WAN, today announced it has closed a $50 million Series F round of funding led by Goldman Sachs Private Capital Investing. This brings Aryaka’s total funding to $184 million.
Enterprises recognize that all of the new technologies they want to deploy – IoT, edge computing, serverless, containers, hybrid cloud, and AI – require a robust, flexible, secure, self-healing, software-driven network.
The company has already deployed a number of PoPs in data centres and has made various cloud connectivity alliances, but it wants more to extend its global customer reach.
Goldman Sachs led a round that included Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners and Presidio Ventures, boosting the total raised by SD-WAN technology provider Aryaka to $184m.
Last March, our second CP List focused on SD-WAN with analysts, members of the Channel Partners Editorial Advisory Board and other industry experts sharing their views with us on what it now takes to succeed in SD-WAN, and now we’re back with an updated list and fresh views on changes in the competitive landscape during the past year.
Aryaka, a specialist in managed SD-WAN, has closed a USD50 million Series F round of funding led by Goldman Sachs Private Capital Investing, bringing the company;s total funding to date to USD184 million.
Aryaka has also raised a bit of a war chest. The managed SD-WAN specialist has closed a $50M Series F round of funding led by none other than Goldman Sachs. Aryaka plans to use the funding, which brings its total so far to $184M