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Aryaka Launches Paris-Based PoP To Serve EU Customers

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Aryaka has launched a service Point of Presence (PoP) in Paris, France to answer the growing need specific to the EMEA market and region. Aryaka’s European customers, which include Schenck Process, HMS Host, Giti, and Delachaux, have confirmed the need for better proximity to data centers and high-performance WAN connectivity. The Paris PoP answers their demand and underlines Aryaka’s growing importance in the region as an alternative to legacy telecom operators.

The Paris PoP joins 40+ global Aryaka Services PoPs in delivering managed service richness at the cloud edge, based on an architecture that integrates connectivity, compute, and storage, very different from conventional transport hubs or virtual PoPs and one that supports peak performance from a more centralized PoP footprint. An outcome of this is full alignment with a SASE architecture that defines cloud-delivered security capabilities and a convergence of the overlay and underlay.

Aryaka’s new all-in-one SD-WAN and SASE services leverage the company’s new, FlexCore technology that combines Layer 2 and 3 networking, enabling partners to deliver services optimized for performance or cost

The deployment of EU-friendly web services addresses growing enterprise customer demand for better connectivity including support for the hybrid workplace. The company has also announced additional channel partners in the region in combination with the recently launched Aryaka Accelerate Global Partner Program.

Several new partners have already been signed-on in Europe since the beginning of the year, expanding its support for local customers. These include the system house SMTnet Data Communications from Mössingen in Baden-Württemberg, the virtual network operator mitcaps from Mainz and the French integration and managed services specialist Rampar from Paris.

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