SD-WAN allowed the sensor manufacturer to streamline and automate operations, and ultimately make it in a rapidly changing industry.
This is CEO Matt Carter’s first big leadership shakeup since taking over as head of Aryaka in September of last year.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for October 5, 2018. AT&T contributed its white box router specifications to the Open Compute Project.
The former Sprint executive says that there are too many SD-WAN competitors in the market muddying the message to enterprises.
The two vendors are offering connectivity and SD-WAN over Ericsson’s private network. The offering looks similar to Aryaka’s.
New government restrictions over VPN usage may have an impact on SD-WAN providers that aren’t working with state-approved providers.
Aryaka's Passport service integrates security from Palo Alto Networks, Zscaler, and Radware.
Dish co-founder steps down (again); Aryaka gains new CRO; Nutanix makes new additions.
Aryaka also gains revenue prominence among SD-WAN vendors.
Aryaka is among the first to combine CDN technology with the WAN.
Aryaka raises $45 million in a Series D round.
2016 was a big year for the nascent technology, but it’s raised some issues.
Aryaka emphasizes the ‘global’ aspect of its SD-WAN.
It's revenues have to keep doubling though to make the numbers work.
And we could see even more SD-WAN entrants.