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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.
The latest research from IHS Markit finds that VMware (after its VeloCloud acquisition) leads the SD-WAN market with 19 percent share of first-quarter 2018 revenue, according to its Data Center Network Equipment market tracker early edition.
Aryaka’s Global SD-WAN as-a-Service Recognized as the Only SD-WAN that Delivers Accelerated Multi-Cloud Connectivity to Enterprises Worldwide
approach will prevail, and what announcements companies like Nextiva, Five9 and Fuze make around SD-WAN. Will they partner, build or buy?
PacketFabric has built a greenfield software-defined network in the United States. And today, the company said it has expanded that network to an Equinix business exchange in London.
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The Hong Kong-owned firm claims owning its own extensive global network across every continent will give it a prime advantage over rival software-defined service players.
TMC, a global, integrated media company helping clients build communities in print, in person and online, announced today the winners of the 2018 Cloud Computing Product of the Year Awards, presented by Cloud Computing magazine.
Aryaka took the partnering approach, teaming with Palo Alto Networks, Radware and Zscaler, and Cato built its own security apparatus. And Sevounts argued that Cato has the bandwidth to protect large enterprises.