Exinda Inc.

Exinda is a global provider of WAN optimization and application acceleration products. The company has helped over 2,000 organizations worldwide reduce network operating costs and ensure consistent application performance over the WAN. The Exinda Unified Performance Management (UPM) solution encompasses application visibility, control, optimization and intelligent acceleration all within a single network appliance that is affordable and easy to manage.

Founded in 2002, Exinda is headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts with regional offices in Canada and the United Kingdom. Research and Development is centralized in Melbourne, Australia.

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Whitepaper: Controlling Peer-to-Peer And Recreational Internet Traffic

by Exinda Inc.Jun 01, 2009

Recreational use of the Internet at work has far reaching implications for employers. wide area networks, already strained to the limit supporting business-critical applications, are increasingly vulnerable to the adverse effects of traffic generated by peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing, YouTube, and social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace, and LinkedIn. This white paper discusses strategies for controlling a broad range of recreational Internet traffic, such as instant messaging, P2P file sharing, and social networking activities that can slow business applications and impact employee productivity.

Whitepaper: A Smarter Approach To WAN Optimization

by Exinda Inc.Apr 01, 2009

Organizations rely heavily upon their applications to do business and support employees and customers. When bandwidth congestion and network issues slow the performance of critical business applications, productivity suffers and the entire organization may be put at risk. This white paper discusses how organizations can best optimize their wide area network (WAN) and meet growing expectations for fast access to applications. It also shows how common practices such as application acceleration and adding more bandwidth offer only a short-term and partial solution to application delivery challenges. Learn how a unified approach to WAN optimization can help organizations dramatically lower network operating costs, defer costly bandwidth upgrades, and increase overall productivity.