Taipei, Taiwan – The value of the SD-WAN solutions market is projected to hit $13.7 billion worldwide by 2026, with more and more organizations making data security a priority. As one of the leading manufacturers of advanced network computing and security hardware platforms, AAEON seeks to make a big contribution in the attempt to achieve this market growth, with greater focus on providing versatile and cost-effective networking solutions to the US market.
To do this, AAEON has strengthened ties with Adaptiv Networks, a leading cloud-native SD-WAN-as-a-Service vendor with whom AAEON have had a strong partnership with for a number of years. In collaboration with Adaptiv, AAEON will help enterprises to simplify their network infrastructure, increase network performance, and improve security.
With its continuously expanding desktop and rackmount network appliance ranges, AAEON has demonstrated a commitment to innovation by incorporating the newest and most sophisticated Intel® platforms to give network security providers the most effective and market-ready white box solutions. This commitment has paid off in the past, with AAEON being awarded Gold Partner status in 2022’s Intel Network Builders Winners’ Circle Program, in recognition of its successful adoption and commercialization of Intel® architecture in its network platform solutions hardware.
Adaptiv’s SD-WAN solutions are designed to address the growing need for enterprises to securely connect to cloud applications and services. In addition to this, there is a growing emphasis on supporting remote and hybrid working environments, for which organizations must balance network functionality with data security.
The increased prevalence of SD-WAN and SaaS solutions illustrates a positive and necessary shift towards institutions prioritizing network security and reliability as hybrid working environments become the new norm. This is why AAEON choose to work with elite providers like Adaptiv to ensure organizations receive the benefits that its white box solutions offer.