ONE Network for the Hybrid WAN


Try telling your MPLS vendor that you’re moving your office just across the street in Shanghai, and you’ll know what we’re talking about!



Enterprises are evolving and so is the WAN. With globalization and cloud adoption being the two megatrends affecting network architectures today, CIOs are discussing hybrid WAN initiatives with their teams. Most global businesses use MPLS for their primary application traffic and use Internet links as both backup to their MPLS network and as primary links to smaller branch offices. The adoption of enterprise and CRM applications on the cloud has added another level of complexity, since these functions have moved from behind the firewall to outside of it. Current WAN and Data Center Interconnect models were not built to deal with the hybrid networks of today!

First of all, contrary to popular belief, globalization and MPLS do not work well together – for business reasons. While pricing for MPLS has dropped a good deal within the US and Europe in the last few years, connecting to China, India, Brazil or Australia can still be prohibitively expensive. Especially if you have a smaller branch office to turn up, it’s not worth the investment. Plus, lengthy deployment times (all the way up to 6 months) can lead to a longer time to market and undue project implementation delays. Try telling your MPLS vendor that you’re moving your office just across the street in Shanghai, and you’ll know what we’re talking about!

Aryaka, the Cloud-First WAN company, brings agility, simplicity, and a great experience to consuming the WAN and Security as-a-service. An optimized global network and innovative technology stack deliver the industry’s #1 managed SD-WAN service and sets the gold standard for application performance. Aryaka’s SmartServices platform offers connectivity, application acceleration, security, cloud networking, and insights leveraging global orchestration and provisioning. Aryaka’s customers include hundreds of global enterprises including several in the Fortune 100.