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[san-tech][02670] Aryaka Networks: The world’s first Cloud-based Application Acceleration and WAN Optimization Solution, Sept. 21, 2010

Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2010 00:50:03 +0900

"Aryaka Launches Cloud-Based Application Acceleration and WAN
 Optimization Platform; Raises $14 Million in Funding"
 Sept. 21, 2010

  "Aryaka Networks (, provider of the world's first
   cloud-based application acceleration and WAN optimization solution,
   today announced it has officially launched the Aryaka platform.
   Aryaka's solution enables enterprises to deploy WAN optimization
   in a matter of minutes and with no capital expenditures."

Key features of the Aryaka solution include the following:

*) Revolutionary technology built for the cloud
*) Intelligent network with global points of presence
*) Cloud-based application acceleration and WAN optimization resulting
   in 150 times performance improvement
*) Ease of use, complemented by 24×7x365 support
*) Significant cost savings via a pay-as-you-go pricing model with no
   capex or maintenance fees
*) Reduced complexity - a single solution for connectivity and optimization
*) Immediate scalability - easily add or remove geographic locations
   as needed
*) Guaranteed performance - 99.999% network uptime
*) Enterprise-grade security, visibility and control

Technology > Overview

"Startup takes WAN optimization to the clouds", 22nd September 2010

  "Aryaka Networks came out of stealth mode today and was founded by
   Ajit Gupta, who previously owned a content delivery network called
   Speedera that was ultimately sold to rival Akamai Technologies in
   March 2005 for $130m in stock. After selling off Speedera in the wake
   of lawsuits with Akamai, Gupta told El Reg that he was horrified at
   how complicated it was to set up a branch office in India to link
   back to his next startup, and then the lights went on and he found
   a new business to chase."
"Aryaka Secures $15 Million in Series B Funding"
 June 7, 2011

  ".... today announced an oversubscribed $15 million Series B round of
   funding, led by Nexus Venture Partners with participation from
   Trinity Ventures and Mohr Davidow Ventures."

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