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Gartner Recognizes Exinda as a Visionary Vendor for WAN Optimization
Posted: Thu Mar 26, 2015 01:48:39 PM
 

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TORONTO - March 26, 2015 - Exinda, a global provider of network orchestration solutions, is positioned by Gartner in the Visionaries Quadrant of the 2015 "Magic Quadrant for WAN Optimization." This is the third consecutive time Exinda has appeared in the Magic Quadrant. "Visionaries need to address the whole market and must exhibit strong market understanding and innovation. They can be pointers to the market's future," defines Gartner.

According to the report, "the development of the application acceleration market has been driven by customer demand for highly integrated solutions that employ a wide range of techniques to optimize network traffic and that offer scalability and fault tolerance."

Recognizing the increasingly complex demands placed upon enterprise and education networks today, Exinda has architected the industry's only integrated WAN orchestration suite that combines application monitoring, acceleration and traffic shaping with interactive analytics, purpose-built reporting and a predictive recommendation engine.

Gartner also points to future network demands, "Providing advanced traffic management capabilities for application and user performance measurement and SLA reporting are key emerging requirements for WOC equipment."

"We believe granular visibility and agile control of network-dependent applications should be a key focus for the next generation of WAN optimization solutions," says Michael Sharma, CEO at Exinda. "The applications organizations depend upon to support employees, customers and partners are becoming more reliant on the network for performance and user experience. At Exinda, we are re-defining how networks, users, and applications are orchestrated to ensure business-applications of all types perform the way users demand."

 
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