SD-WAN Startup Aryaka Raises $45 million from Deutsche Telekom & Others

SD-WAN Startup Aryaka Raises $45 million from Deutsche Telekom & Others Image Credit: Aryaka

Aryaka, the leading global SD-WAN provider, has completed a $45 million Series D round of financing that will help the company aggressively expand its global reach. The investment is led by Third Point Ventures with new investor Deutsche Telekom’s investment management group, DT Capital Partners (DTCP) and with participation from existing investors.

The company claims that it has delivered over 100 percent year-over-year growth for five consecutive quarters and now has more than 500 global enterprise customers with sites in 63 countries around the world.

Jack Young, Partner and Head of Venture Capital at DTCP, explains its investment in Aryaka. “The SD-WAN market has turned a corner finally, and the time is right,” Young says. “Aryaka has built a global network backbone, which is a significant differentiation from the other SD-WAN vendors in the market.”

Shawn Farshchi, President and CEO at Aryaka Networks said, "We are excited about the funding from Third Point Ventures and from DTCP, which is the first telecommunications company to make a major investment in global SD-WAN. This investment further validates our global SD-WAN technology and sends a signal to the market that Aryaka represents the future of global connectivity."

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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