MILPITAS, CA, Aug 19, 2014 – Aryaka, the leading ‘As-A-Service’ provider of WAN Optimization, Network, Application Delivery and Cloud Networks, today announced that it has been recognized by CRN as a 2014 Emerging Vendor for Networking and VoIP. The recognition comes on the back of the disruptive offerings brought to market by Aryaka, reflecting the paradigm shift in the enterprise WAN market from hardware appliance driven optimization to a preference for cloud based offerings. Aryaka’s WAN Optimization, Cloud Services Access, CDN and Application Delivery solutions, provided on a SaaS-based zero capex model, eliminate the need for point solutions like WAN appliances, CDNs and long-distance private link connectivity.
Aryaka has also been included in the prestigious CRN 2014 Network Connectivity Services Partner Program Guide (PPG), which highlights the service providers and technology vendors whose offerings provide the underpinnings of today’s mission-critical network connectivity solutions. All of the vendors featured in this guide have partner programs that embrace the IT channel.
“As enterprise IT evolves, starting with the move of data and applications from on-premise to the cloud, the proliferation of devices and the push towards mobility; the enterprise network needs to change. Aryaka is the world’s first integrated global, optimized network platform connecting data, applications and users while disrupting the WAN optimization, CDN and MPLS markets,” said Sonal Puri, Vice President of Sales, Marketing, and Alliances at Aryaka.
Emergence, the Aryaka Alliance Program helps enterprises of all sizes through their trusted service providers, to expand internationally by solving their network and communication issues. Aryaka’s Fusion Partner Program enables global and regional service providers to utilize their brand and infrastructure assets in conjunction with Aryaka’s patented technology in order to provide a global, accelerated network for the fast growing enterprises within their regions.
“We are dedicated to helping our partners reach more customers and grow their revenue,” added Sonal. “CRN has named us in their Network Connectivity Services Partner Program Guide as a validation of the success of the Emergence program. I have no doubt that the program will continue to play a fundamental role which, combined with our disruptive product, will ensure our company’s success with the partner community and our customers for years to come.”
“As network solution providers expand their businesses to provide the cloud and connectivity services their customers demand, telecom agents and ISPs are eyeing the IT channel as an additional source of revenue and an in-road to a whole new set of clients,” said Robert Faletra, CEO of The Channel Company, publisher of CRN. “We’re witnessing a fundamental change in the IT industry as two formerly disparate types of solution and service providers become one. Through resources like the CRN Network Connectivity Services Partner Program Guide, solution providers seeking partners are better able to identify and connect with organizations specifically chosen for their channel-savvy go-to-market strategies and the enthusiastic and creative ways they are embracing these shared opportunities.”
The Network Connectivity Services Partner Program Guide will be featured in the August issue of CRN and will be available online at www.crn.com.