Aryaka Acquires New Customers Leveraging Cloud-based WAN Optimization

By Rajani Baburajan December 21, 2011

Aryaka, a provider of cloud-based WAN optimization and application acceleration solutions has increased its customer base.

The company is entering next year with a growing global customer base, enhanced partner ecosystem, new services portfolio, and increased industry recognition and market validation.

Recently, Aryaka announced that global enterprises are leveraging its cloud-based WAN optimization and application acceleration solution to enhance productivity, improve time to market for new products, meet deadlines and improve customer satisfaction.

Aryaka solutions increase acceleration performance by 70 times, while simultaneously reducing wide area network traffic by up to 98 percent for a better user experience among their globally distributed workforce, company officials said.

Aryaka's top 10 customer applications that have been accelerated are HTTP, SSH, HTTPS, EPMAP, CIFS (Windows File Share, SharePoint), IMAPS, RDP, IMAP, MYSQL, ODG (Oracle Data Guard). Other vertical-specific applications are SVN (Subversion) for Software Development, PDM (Product Data Management) for manufacturing.

Back in May, Aryaka launched the Emergence Aryaka Alliance program, enabling cloud providers; channel partners such as resellers, VARs and referral agents, service providers and technology partners, to capitalize on Aryaka's market leadership.

"In 2011, we observed more mainstream acceptance of cloud computing and increased adoption rates as all three pieces of the cloud puzzle have finally fallen into place – compute, storage and now, the network," said Ajit Gupta, founder, president and CEO of Aryaka, in a statement.

"We look forward to 2012 as the 'Year of the Business Cloud.' We expect Aryaka's reputation as a leader and disruptive technology to continue to increase through accelerated growth in clients, partners and revenue validating our value proposition," Gupta added.

Aryaka's global network removes complexity, high cost, and application performance limitations associated with older solutions, such as MPLS and content delivery networks.

Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TechZone360. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Jamie Epstein

TechZone360 Contributor

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