Leading Japanese Network Equipment and Security Solution Provider Selects Unity EdgeConnect Based on Advanced Features, Including Local Internet Breakout
INTEROP TOKYO, Japan, June 13, 2018 – Silver Peak, the global leader in broadband and hybrid WAN solutions, today announced that Macnica Networks a leading network equipment and security solution provider, headquartered in Shin-Yokohama, Japan, has signed a domestic distributor agreement, to offer the award-winning Unity EdgeConnect SD-WAN solution to its expanding base of enterprise clients. Macnica will actively foster Silver Peak business across Japan through its partners, secondary sales agents and network service providers and will initially focus its sales efforts on distributed enterprise clients in the manufacturing and pharmaceutical sectors with expanding domestic and overseas business operations.
Unity EdgeConnect SD-WAN Solution Key Features:
- Secure internet breakout for direct access to trusted SaaS applications
- Integrated WAN optimization for application acceleration and data reduction
- Central orchestration and management to reduce operational overhead
- Broadband QoS to support real time voice and video applications
- Seamless service chaining with industry leading security partners
"Our strategic distributor agreement with Macnica Networks marks an important milestone toward accelerating our business across Japan,” said David Hughes, founder and CEO of Silver Peak. “By combining our industry leading EdgeConnect SD-WAN solution and security technology alliance ecosystem with the broad technology portfolio and business reach of Macnica, we can fully address the complex WAN edge requirements of Japanese enterprise customers, while developing a robust partnership and business together."
"We are excited to partner with Silver Peak to address the unique WAN requirements of our Japanese enterprise customers,” said Jun Ikeda, president of Macnica Networks. “Their unique First-packet iQ technologies enable us to empower our clients with direct internet connectivity from branch sites to cloud applications with the performance based on their security policies."