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SD-WAN Week in Review: Cisco, Aryaka, Netsurion & More
SD-WAN is a game changing technology serving as a keep component of the digital era. Digital transformation is touching all points of technology, and as the cloud adoption and applications grow, SD-WAN is an exceptional way to deliver performance, reliability, flexibility and cut costs on an organizations WAN spend. So with the weekend upon us, there’s no better time than the present to take a look back at the week that was in SD-WAN news: It’s time for the Week in Review!
Fort Lauderdale-based Netsurion announced the arrival of Netsurion Connect to its portfolio. Joining a robust suite of managed network connectivity, security and compliance solutions, Netsurion Connect brings together enhanced network connectivity, management and security for IoT and geo-graphically diverse enterprise environments. “With the addition of SD-WAN, Netsurion now offers the three pillars for successful network security from a single provider—connect, protect, and comply,” said Kevin Watson, CEO of Netsurion. Complete coverage is HERE.
Aryaka (News - Alert) unveiled a partnership with SK Holdings to support enterprises with offices in South Korea with improved application performance and global connectivity. The pairing delivers Aryaka greater presence in the Asia-Pacific Region. “Businesses in South Korea expanding internationally and migrating applications to the cloud need reliable SLA-based network connectivity and better application performance,” said Claudio Perugini, Senior Vice President of Global Channels at Aryaka. “For SK Holdings and its global enterprise customers, Aryaka’s global SD-WAN solution delivers the reliability and security of a cloud-native private network, application acceleration, and the flexibility and fast deployment of SD-WANs to achieve their business execution needs.” Everything you need to know is HERE.
Cisco (News - Alert) (News - Alert) announced two new solutions this week to build on the WAN transformation taking place to offer invaluable insight into network operations in the form of Cisco SD-WAN vAnalytics and Cisco Meraki Insight. Scott Harrell, senior vice president and general manager, Enterprise Networking at Cisco explained, "The WAN is a vital part of the network and is one of the toughest to manage. As we bring insight into the WAN with these new innovations, we get closer to delivering end-to-end intent-based networking to help our customers eliminate downtime and save money." The full article is HERE.
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