Aryaka Raises a Further $50M to Accelerate Global Managed SD-WAN Expansion

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Aryaka Raises a Further $50M to Accelerate Global Managed SD-WAN Expansion Image Credit: Aryaka

Aryaka, the global leader in managed SD-WAN, announced it has closed a $50 million Series F round of funding This brings Aryaka’s total funding to $184 million.

The funding will be used to scale business operations, grow revenues and hire exceptional talent, as Aryaka continues to see larger deal sizes and global customer expansion.In the last twelve months, Aryaka has continued to accelerate business growth, which has resulted in thousands of globally managed sites and significantly larger annual recurring revenue (ARR) streams.

The Company has also brought in seasoned members to its leadership team, established new go-to-market partnerships and continued to build out a best-in-class global network of points-of-presence (POPs). These POPs have been supplemented with global Network Operations Centers (NOCs) and 24X7 support.

AMatthew Dorr, VP at Goldman Sachs Private Capital Investing
We decided to invest in Aryaka because of their highly differentiated offering, strong customer base, global footprint and their experienced management team.

Matt Carter, CEO, Aryaka
We are extremely well positioned to help our customers drive WAN transformation and their multi-cloud and application performance initiatives; all while being delivered ‘as-a-service’.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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