Anuta Networks Strengthens Presence in Asia with Two Major Deals

9 November 2017
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Anuta Networks, the leading provider of Multi-Vendor Network Service Orchestration announced that it had expanded further into the Asian market, where it sees an increasing demand for Network Orchestration.

Anuta’s latest client is in the Managed Service Provider (MSP) space and delivers a fully managed virtual private network service that offers automated deployment and change management functionality, real-time site traffic control and optimization, combining multi-vendor SD-WAN technologies with traditional CPE devices to minimize costs for their enterprise customers.

The Company which was founded in 2010, recently won another deal in Asia with Tata Communications in India for their SD-WAN. Anuta claims that its NCX has helped Tata configure, deploy, and manage more than 10,000 instances of its SD-WAN solution. 

Anuta’s NCX simplifies branch network operations in large-scale deployments such as on-boarding multiple devices, securely interconnecting branches with the data center, publishing policy updates, monitoring the branch network availability, adapting the network capacity based on advanced analytics, and meeting compliance requirements. 

Anuta said its NCX offers a Web-Scale On-prem and Cloud Network Orchestration software for existing multi-vendor branch infrastructure consisting of physical, virtual and SDN elements from Cisco, Riverbed, Juniper, Brocade, etc. It offers a single console to configure and manage user and application-aware QoS, Security, and Performance policies. The Anuta NCX multi-tenant software platform enables MSPs to deliver unmatched agility and cost savings to thousands of distributed enterprises.

Chandu Gunrakala. CEO, Anuta Networks
Asia has always been a strategic market given its proximity to our Australian office base. We achieved great success in Australia, and now with the recent signing of new contracts in Singapore we are excited about further expanding our reach within the region.

Ryan Lynn, Chief Architect, Trace3 
We are delighted to partner with innovative leaders such as Anuta Networks to deliver the benefits of SD-WAN combined with traditional CPE infrastructure.

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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