Aryaka's WAN Optimization as-a-Service Selected by Rieke Packaging Systems
March 07, 2014
Aryaka (News - Alert), a provider of WAN Optimization as-a-Service, Network as-a-Service, Application Delivery as-a-Service, and Cloud Network as-a-Service, recently announced that its WAN Optimization as-a-Service has been selected by Rieke Packaging Systems, a TriMas Company, to provide better connectivity at a lower cost between its globally distributed offices. The officials from Rieke Packaging Systems said that the solution will enable the company to realize 45X improvement in TCP connection time, zero CapEx, and a lower cost of ownership than MPLS plus purchased appliances.
Aryaka’s multi-tenant, cloud-based WAN Optimization-as-a-Service accelerates applications across all enterprise locations. Aryaka has built a global network with WAN Optimization technology deployed at each of its POPs and has layered a variety of application and network optimizing solutions on top of the private core network. The solution can help customers avoid over provisioning bandwidth. The service features two different technologies that help customers conserve bandwidth: memory-based compression and data de-duplication. Using the Aryaka optional device, this can be extended to the last mile.
"We are experiencing a dramatic improvement in application performance after deploying Aryaka," says Dave Cox (News - Alert), Director of IT, Rieke Packaging Systems. "Application performance issues are now next to zero, something we have not experienced in a long time. The incredible thing is that we are saving money, getting improved application performance, and an intelligent network to meet our business needs. We were able to implement a new connection in a week and the turn up was in hours rather than days/weeks."
Meanwhile, Aryaka recently announced that the company has once again been named the 2013 "Networking Tech Trailblazer" winner by the Tech Trailblazer Awards based in London. The company competed against hundreds of enterprise technology entries in the networking category for bringing global connectivity, WAN optimization, and application delivery to the cloud -- inside and outside the enterprise firewall.
Edited by Cassandra Tucker
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