To multiply its alliances with the region's front-runners in networking, cloud computing and data center solutions, Spark Integration Technologies, Inc has recently inaugurated a new office in Los Gatos, California.
Spark Integration Technologies specializes in developing software that enables simple, secure and resilient networks. The company’s flagship product, Distrix software, has been used within a number of market verticals such as physical security monitoring and diversified communications control among others. The solution delivers remote management services and can support machine-to-machine (M2M) and device-to-cloud (D2C) interconnectivity as well as heterogeneous network integration.
“Because the Distrix platform has gained such a broad following of users who are closely aligned with Silicon Valley companies, our presence in this region is critical,” said Jay Friedman, president of Spark Integration Technologies.
Distrix delivers next-generation local- and wide-area-network connectivity for simple, secure and resilient communications in remote and cloud-based applications. This solution also cuts down the new need for network infrastructures' capital and operating expenses.
The Distrix solution is ideal for IT professionals, enabling them to remotely monitor and manage physical devices, control systems and IT resources in business-critical environments. Also, the Distrix family of software defined routers delivers secure and robust networking for IP and non-IP traffic. According to the company, the Distrix solution forms a self-healing, virtual network overlay across public networks which can be dynamically reconfigured.
Friedman said that the array of industries such as transportation and utilities to commercial and private networks will be best served through their new, strategically located Los Gatos office.
Spark is based in Vancouver, British Columbia, with offices also in Silicon Valley. The company recently rolled out Version 4 of the Distrix solution, filled with new features that empower organizations to further spread and scales their existing remote connectivity, such as that provided by today's virtual private networks.
Edited by Cassandra Tucker