Aryaka expands Irish operations to 'extend EU connectivity via Dublin'

Kelsey Rees
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Aryaka expands Irish operations to 'extend EU connectivity via Dublin'

The vendor will also establish a new presence in France and Russia this year

Aryaka has announced the availability of its latest services point of presence (PoP) in Dublin, Ireland, inside the newly redrawn EU boundary. The SD-WAN specialist said it chose the Irish capital to continue to stay ahead of future changes to legislation such as the General Data Protection Regulation, a cornerstone of data privacy under EU jurisdiction. Aryaka added that the expansion was also driven by enterprise customer demand for more connectivity across and into the EU, anticipating...

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