Aryaka Introduces Secure Remote Access
March 03, 2020
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Aryaka announced Secure Remote Access (SRA), a solution for overloaded VPNs, leveraging the company’s global private backbone and requiring no architecture changes by the customer.

SRA essentially routes all of the organization’s network traffic through a dedicated, SLA-driven global Layer-2 private backbone unencumbered by public internet traffic. The result is an improvement in application performance and remote worker productivity by 2-10x due to management of packet loss, latency and jitter.

“Most companies offer some type of remote VPN solution, but they were never designed for ‘peak capacity’, i.e. to scale for the present situation when nearly all the employees in a region are working remotely. As a result, local VPN servers are getting overloaded with the number of connections and amount of traffic required to support such a large increase in demand, impacting employee productivity,” said Shashi Kiran, CMO of Aryaka. “Business continuity operations require telecommuters to be productive and served by the best possible application experience. The Aryaka Secure Remote Access Solution delivers a global HOV lane for telecommuters and helps enterprises deal with this situation without significant infrastructure investment or time delays.”

For those companies already struggling to accommodate the sharp increase in remote VPN access, Aryaka’s solution can be implemented — remotely — in minutes, without any hardware or software requirements. The solution allows remote users to connect to any corporate VPN server in the world, making it easily scalable for customer IT departments, while also giving complete transparency and visibility into the network traffic being carried.

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