Exinda: Presenting Effective WAN Optimization
Most companies today face severe performance issues due to traffic congestion in their Wide Area Network (WAN).
Large corporations and multinational companies may be able to afford to buy more equipment and increase bandwidth but SMBs do not have this luxury. Still, this is a very expensive option over the long term and if there is a cost-effective alternative even the large corporations can save valuable resources by implementing a smarter solution. Exinda provides solutions that enable network managers to address these and other challenges, helps maximize network resources, control operational costs, and improve the user experience.
Founded in 2002, Exinda is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, and is led by technology industry veteran Michael Sharma. The company’s Unified Performance Management (UPM) approach applies to each of its WAN optimization solutions. Its solutions are built ‘from the ground up’ on an industry standard platform that fully integrates all of the elements required to manage its client’s network amidst the fast – changing IT landscape. With UPM, its clients has full visibility into every application traversing their network, who is using it, where it is originating from, how much bandwidth it is consuming, which user, device or element on the network is using the application and more.
“The growing number, complexity and bandwidth demands of applications today means that network managers need to make smarter decisions to manage their networks. It is no longer enough to blindly accelerate all of the traffic in your network, nor to simply monitor usage to justify bandwidth upgrades,” says Sharma, CEO, Exinda.
Each its appliance is backed by a comprehensive technical support program delivered by Exinda and its global network of distributors and resellers. “Exinda Direct” offers on-demand support and services including pre and post-sales technical support and customer enablement on a 24/7 basis. The company serves over 2500 customers in 80 countries and from sectors including enterprises, education, government, insurance, retail, hospitality, healthcare, utilities, service providers, travel, mining, and more.