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Interop Las Vegas: 10 Cool Products

From video conferencing knockouts to data protection tools, intriguing new products are on tap at Interop Las Vegas 2013. Take a closer look.
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Aryaka, a cloud-based WAN optimization pioneer, will exhibit its suite of networking and collaborative applications. The company's products -- WAN Optimization as-a-Service, Network as-a-Service and Application Delivery as-a-Service -- are designed to deliver superior communication, collaboration and business productivity.

Aryaka maintains multiple points of presence around the world, which are connected using private links such as L2, MPLS and VPLS, among others. Behind the scenes, each point of presence hosts a multi-tenant software stack with Aryaka's optimization software. Users connect to Aryaka using an Internet link, multiple links or a point-to-point L2 link to the nearest point of presence.

Aryaka's pricing starts at about $500, per location, for a T1-sized subscription. Expo highlight: Araka will announce enhancements to MyAryaka, the company's customer portal.

Lastly, the company's Network as-a-Service is a finalist in the Best of Interop's Networking category.

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