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Anuta Announces New Channel Partners to Deliver Its SDN Orchestration Solution

By Paula Bernier June 10, 2015

SDN service orchestration company Anuta Networks is seeing strong momentum with its channel partner program, having recently signed on a handful of new members.

Recent additions to the Anuta Networks Global Channel Partner Program including Abacus Technical Services, Geode Networks Europe Ltd., Kiratech Sri, Silicom Ltd., and Xantaro Holding GMBH. The program, which launched a year ago, also counts Hitachi Systems, NTT-AT, and O2 Networks (a Telstra business) among its membership.

Abacus is a Plano-Texas-based IT services providers that caters with Fortune 500 companies in the U.S. Geode offers application availability and performance solutions and is based in the U.K. Kiratech does cloud and systems integration, including work related to big data analytics and software-defined data center application, for clients in Italy. Silicom, which is out of France, delivers high-performance data and networking infrastructure. And Xantaro provides integration services related to Carrier Ethernet, data center virtualization, IP/MPLS, security, and optical transport services and technologies.

“SDN and NFV offer great opportunities to deliver business agility,” said Abacus CEO Steve Gunner. “We look forward to helping enterprises through this technology transition, and we found a key partner in Anuta Networks. The NCX platform complements our extensive network services portfolio.”

The NCX solution from Anuta Networks is software that provides network service orchestration for branch, campus, and data center networks with both physical and virtual devices and in multivendor infrastructures. That makes it easier to manage and scale these heterogeneous environments.

Anuta is virtualizing Layer 4-7 services, such as QoS, WAN acceleration, firewall security, load balancing, and monitoring, so that they can be more easily applied to applications that require these services. The SDN startup was founded in 2010 by former Cisco/Jahi Networks employees Chandu Guntakala, Srini Beereddy, and Praveen Vengalam. The company is headquartered in Milpitas, Calif., and has R&D operations in Bangalore, India.




Edited by Dominick Sorrentino

Executive Editor, TMC

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