Aryakahas signed a strategic partnership with Sinthera, Italy, a systems integrator specializing in data centers, networking, virtualization and cloud services. The partnership will enable the two companies to leverage complementary technology, support, sales and marketing assets, and grow market share in Europe.
Sinthera customers, headquartered in Italy, will now have immediate access to Aryakas Software-Defined Network Platform and As-a-Service WAN solutions, helping them to connect their globally distributed branch offices and accelerate on-premises and cloud/SaaS applications. Sinthera will extend its range of services enabled by the new partnership to its customers, many of which are based in Reggio Emilia, Padova and Udine, and will provide its customers with Tier-1 technical support.
By partnering with Sinthera, were adding asystemintegrator with atrusted advisor and consultative approach to the Aryaka Value-Added-Partner Program, while expanding our European footprint and market leadership, said Jason Wells, business development director, EMEA, at Aryaka. Were excited to provide software-defined WAN, WAN Optimization, dynamic CDN and enhanced Cloud/SaaS application accelerationservices to Sinthera’s customers to help keep them ahead of the curve.
“We work very closely with Italian industrial and commercial organizations, and realize that the efficiency of branch network connectivity doesnt often meet requirements, said Alessandro Gatti, owner and sales director, Sinthera. So, we realized that we needed a Software-Defined, As-a-Service type of WAN solution, and strongly believe that only this model can bring concrete benefits to the enterprise WAN for example, stable bandwidth availability, high quality connectivity, easy deployment, end-to-end visibility and cost reduction at the same time. We are thrilled to welcome Aryaka as a strategic partner. Sintheras goal now is to reach Italian enterprises with branches all over the world, and educate them about Aryakas innovative solutions. We have started doing this, and the future looks promising.”