October 02, 2012
Aryaka Launches Network as a Service
By Mandira Srivastava
You might have heard about IaaS, PaaS and SaaS (News - Alert) - infrastructure, platform and software as a service, respectively. These services have become reality due to virtualization.
So adopting “as a service” craze, Aryaka (News - Alert), the provider of WAN Optimization as a Service to solve application and network performance issues across the distributed enterprise, today announced the availability of its industry-first Network as a Service offering.
Aryaka's Network as a Service offers enterprise-grade connectivity via a dedicated reliable core network based on globally distributed Points of Presence (POPs).
It offers LAN-like application performance across the WAN without the high cost of MPLS in a single, no CAPEX monthly service.
"We listened to the market and delivered a solution that meets the emerging enterprise need for a secure, high performing network that does more than MPLS," said Ajit Gupta (News - Alert), founder, president and CEO for Aryaka, in a statement. "Our intention is to disrupt the Ethern et/MPLS market that is projected to reach $81 billion by 2016(1) -- growth fueled by cloud services adoption and surging network traffic. Our network is at your service when you need it, where you need it and without the need for fiber or appliances, virtual or otherwise."
Aryaka's unique network architecture is developed to support multiple access methods, data and applications, headquarters and data centers, development teams and sales offices, remote, on-site and off-shore teams and cloud services.
It includes many popular services including Amazon Web Services (News - Alert) (AWS), Office 365 or other SaaS applications hosted worldwide. You can also get its free trial to experience the advantages.
Aryaka's intelligent, optimized network offers fast access to SaaS/cloud services. The companies can connect into the Aryaka network with IPSec across an existing Internet link to one or more of Aryaka's POPs and are up in running in minutes, not in the weeks or months required to provision MPLS.
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Edited by Rachel Ramsey