SD-WAN FEATURED ARTICLE

TBI Adds Aryaka's SD-WAN and SASE to Supplier Portfolio

December 02, 2022

Technology services distributor TBI has announced the addition of Aryaka (News - Alert) Networks, a provider of unified SASE and SD-WAN solutions, to its supplier portfolio. The new partnership will provide TBI sales partners with access to Aryaka’s solutions. This includes the ability to enforce security policies across offices and remote workers, a growing need in today’s increasingly hybrid work setting. This is made possible with Aryaka’s Secure Web Gateway (News - Alert) and firewall-as-a-service and maintains application performance and stability at the same time.




Commenting on the new partnership and the benefits it will provide, Craig Patterson, Aryaka’s channel chief and SVP of global channels said, "TBI is familiar with the ins and outs of Aryaka's suite of SD-WAN and SASE solutions and can assist our joint customers in technical network environments, giving them an additional layer of resources and support to call upon during our engagement.”

TBI has a long list of strong supplier relationships – it currently has close to 200 suppliers in its portfolio. That experience will enable it to integrate Aryaka’s solutions into its strategy and drive revenue opportunities for both companies.

Additional benefits of the availability of Aryaka’s solutions for TBI’s sales partners includes greater flexibility and expansion of the total addressable market for its services. Now, global enterprises as well as SMBs can utilize the technology and deliver services optimized for performance over Layer 2 or for cost over Layer 3.

The offerings also come with easy to quote, sell and consume packages, meaning partners can choose the service tier that best fits their needs and speed their time to revenue.

“Aryaka is at the forefront of converged networking and security,” said TBI’s Senior Vice President of Strategic Partnerships Scott Whalen. “They offer our selling partners a high-growth solution that will enable them to replace legacy networking technologies with cloud-based services to support globally distributed hybrid work environments."




Edited by Erik Linask