The network is the foundation of business productivity, efficiency and profitability. Software Defined networking is empowering the enterprise with not just the above mentioned benefits but cost savings and improved flexibility as well. And, this week SD-WAN provider Aryaka (News - Alert) announced a newly minted partnership with Videns IT Services.
The arrangement provides Aryaka an expanded presence in Scandinavian and Benelux regions. The two companies will take advantage of Aryaka’s channel-centric model to grow market share by selling complimentary products.
“Videns IT Services is one of the most innovative network services providers in EMEA, and we are proud to be teaming up with them to bolster our channel presence and ability to execute locally in the region,” said Jason Wells, Business Development Director, EMEA, at Aryaka. “With this new strategic partnership, Aryaka can continue to provide incredible value to the world's leading enterprises with disruptive, best-in-class technology that delivers faster application performance, quick global deployments and cost savings to customers that operate in markets without adequate global network connectivity.”
VidensIT now gains the ability to offer Aryaka’s global SD-WAN solution, rounding out its offerings with the addition of SaaS (News - Alert) application acceleration, dynamic content delivery, WAN optmization and an enterprise-grade private network.
“The Aryaka partnership helps us get closer to reaching our mission of becoming a leading regional and NSP independent provider of application-aware networking services and next-generation networking solutions,” says Ferran van den Berg, Business Development Director at Videns IT Services. “One of our core values is to always provide a measurable contribution to our customer's business. Partnering with Aryaka will help us do so, by better serving our globally oriented customers.”
The content delivery network space is poised for growth, as a recent study from Future Market Insights (FMI) forecasts a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of more than 5 percent through 2026. As a result of cloud-based applications and the increasing strain on the network, content delivery network providers are tasked with providing efficient, high-performing solutions to meet this demand. Aryaka’s timing is spot on.
Edited by Alicia Young