Exinda Reports Record Customer Growth and Revenue Earnings
Exinda, a global provider of Wide Area Network (WAN) optimization and application performance management solutions, has achieved a staggering 150 percent increase in new customer acquisition compared with the fourth quarter of 2010.
In addition, the company also recorded 22 percent revenue growth over the previous quarter, and 120 percent over first quarter of 2010.
Company officials attribute this growth to the expansion of Exinda’s value-added reseller network in each of its key global markets. Further, the company also witnessed increased market demand for its Unified Performance Management (UPM) platform during this period.
Other noteworthy factors contributing to this growth is innovation in Exinda WAN Optimization solution, which incorporates ExOS 6.0, the latest generation Exinda operating system.
ExOS 6.0 addresses many of the challenges facing network managers, including managing ever-growing bandwidth usage and number of complex business applications. It also supports the growing usage of cloud computing and hosted virtual desktops by an increasingly mobile workforce.
“Exinda has committed significant resources to delivering the support that our channel partners need to deliver Exinda’s WAN Optimization solutions,” said Michael Sharma, CEO of Exinda, in a statement. “As wide area networks are being increasingly taxed by the growing number of users, applications and devices on their networks, customers are demanding a more complete solution from their technology partners and solutions,” Sharma added.
According to Sharma, Exinda’s UPM platform delivers full visibility, control and optimization of the users and applications on the network. “This is the solution that enterprises of all sizes are looking for to allow them to manage their network amidst the evolving IT landscape.”