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Aryaka Announces Network OnDemand

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LAS VEGAS -- Aryaka, the leading provider of WAN Optimization as-a-Service, Network as-a-Service, Application Delivery as-a-Service and Cloud Network as-a-Service, today announced general availability of the world’s first global enterprise Network OnDemand, which provides immediate access to private WAN connectivity and optimization, based on metered usage and pricing. The new provisioning option allows enterprises to scale their global presence and network usage without the traditional restrictions of MPLS or appliance-based networking and optimization solutions. Aryaka’s customers can pay for just what they use beyond their subscription to accommodate temporary spikes in traffic, large and sporadic file transfers or disaster recovery and data replication.

“Traditional network providers rely on inflexible contracts and rigid provisioning for their profitability because deploying their solutions is time-consuming and expensive for them and their customers,” said Ajit Gupta, CEO and Founder for Aryaka. “As enterprises’ focus on agile scalability and cloud services adoption increases, a more-flexible option is also needed to keep pace with change. Aryaka’s Network OnDemand offers organizations an upgrade to enterprise- grade, optimized connectivity where and when they need it in the world- in the cloud or on- premise. What CDNs did for content providers, Aryaka will do for the global enterprise.”

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