Aryaka partners China Mobile for enterprise SD-WAN solution

05 April 2018 | Natalie Bannerman


Aryaka has entered into a strategic partnership with China Mobile International (CMI) to deliver a fully compliant global SD-WAN service for international companies that operate in China.

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The partnership is being touted as an industry first and will enable CMI to offer SD-WAN services to businesses headquartered in China, as well as offering a sanctioned SD-WAN services for foreign companies that is fully compliant with local regulations and privacy policies.

“This is a powerful partnership because Aryaka and CMI complement each other in ways that immediately benefit global enterprises,” said Shawn Farshchi, president and CEO of Aryaka. “Aligning our resources will increase enterprise agility by simplifying the job of deploying and managing SD-WANs that meet the singular compliance requirements in China. Together, Aryaka and CMI will provide the only solution that can deliver significantly better performance for both on-premises and SaaS/cloud applications anywhere in the world.”

In addition, CMI will be able to sell a combined solution of Aryaka’s global SD-WAN and Internet connectivity to deliver SD-WAN services optimised for modern global enterprise applications.

“Aryaka’s global SD-WAN, combined with our vast infrastructure in China and around the world, will enable CMI to answer the demand for an SD-WAN that can meet the SLA requirements of enterprise applications. Teaming with Aryaka is a win-win for global customers that are doing business in China and Chinese enterprises with a global presence,” added Daniel Chen, president of CMI USA.

Aryaka’s Global SD-WAN solution was named as one of our Five top SD-WAN solutions in the February/March of Capacity magazine. To read the full feature please click here.

China Mobile recently partnered with Nokia’s Nuage Networks to build its new public/private cloud services infrastructure. China Mobile Software Technical Company, a subsidiary of CMI, will use the Nuage Networks Virtualized Services Platform (VSP) to offer a suite of cloud-based services including virtual machines, containers and bare-metal based servers.