- Aryaka’s strategy is founded on SASE network technology, which combines networking and security into a single service.
- The company’s newest managed service offering provides SMBs with a full set of capabilities for a starting price of USD 150 per site.
Aryaka Networks Inc., a secure access service edge provider, targets small and medium-sized businesses with better software-defined networking and SASE solutions.
Aryaka is constructing a globally dispersed, cloud-based network architecture geared to rapidly transit enterprise data across great distances. It asserts that it may ease the administration of long-distance connections inside an enterprise’s network and provide quicker and more reliable access for apps, devices, and public cloud infrastructure.
Aryaka’s strategy is founded on SASE network technology, which combines networking and security into a single service. According to Aryaka, SASE is excellent because it equips businesses with the security, connection, and adaptability they need to adapt to an unpredictable and scattered environment in which apps and personnel may reside anywhere.
Compared to alternatives, the company’s newest managed service offering provides SMBs with full capabilities for a starting price of USD 150 per site. Lifecycle services management supports all of these managed services, which include application optimization, multi-cloud connection, network security, and cloud-based observability and control. In addition, according to Aryaka, its managed service experience has been adapted for smaller businesses, who can now deploy SASE without picking between price, performance, and usability.
Aryaka notes in its presentation that SMBs have historically battled with networking and security due to a need for qualified IT workers and cash; therefore, operational simplicity becomes a necessity. Aryaka asserts that its new software-defined wide-area network and SASE technologies are game-changers due to their manageability, affordability, and resiliency. With Aryaka’s services, businesses will be able to embrace a more significant number of managed services, according to the company.
Chief Commercial Officer of Aryaka, Dennis Monner, stated that the business had taken proactive measures to solve the unique network and security concerns encountered by SMBs. He further said, “No matter if 10 or 10,000 users depend on Microsoft 365, Salesforce, or access workloads in a cloud to be productive and protected from security threats, one bad experience is one too many, and SMEs deserve a first-class service experience equal to large enterprises while meeting their budgetary needs. Our revamped offerings bring our highly regarded agile deployment at an affordable price point to SMEs.”