Intergence comprises a team of IT infrastructure experts that help organizations realize their digital transformation objectives. Formed in 2003, the company uses innovative technologies like its Stratiam solution to provide CIOs with insights about IT performance and the customer’s digital experiences, and to simplify complex IT problems.
The channel partnership will enable Intergence to provide SD-WAN for global enterprises, which can offer significantly faster and more consistent application performance, as well as direct access to cloud/SaaS services. SD-WAN also enables enterprises to reduce network maintenance and management hassles, increase agility and save costs compared to legacy network architectures.
For Aryaka, the partnership represents further expansion of the company’s market footprint in the UK and EMEA regions.
“Intergence only works with best-of-breed technology partners, so when it came to improving WAN performance for our global clients, we wanted to work with an SD-WAN vendor that could really deliver fast and consistent performance for business-critical applications,” said Dave Poulton, Intergence CTO. “With its own global private network, guaranteed network uptime, and built-in WAN optimization and application acceleration, Aryaka is a game-changer when it comes to global SD-WAN performance – effectively delivering the kind of connectivity that today’s cloud services and SaaS applications require.”
“Businesses in UK and EMEA that are expanding internationally and migrating applications to the cloud need reliable SLA-based network connectivity and better application performance,” said Claudio Perugini, senior vice president, Global Channels, Aryaka. “For Intergence and its global enterprise customers, Aryaka’s global SD-WAN solution delivers the reliability and security of a cloud-native private network, application acceleration, and the flexibility and fast deployment of SD-WANs to achieve their business execution needs. Further, due to Aryaka’s as-a-Service model, companies can acquire SD-WAN in the same way they buy cloud services today, using a consumption model.”