The FBI has warned that Iranian hackers are using the BIG-IP exploit to attack US private and government networks. In the security alert, the FBI did not name any specific group or campaign but ZDNet’s sources told the publication “the group is tracked by the larger cyber-security community under codenames such as Fox Kitten or Parasite.” The alert... Read more » The post FBI claims Iran is using BIG-IP exploit to attack US private and government networks appeared first on Telecoms Tech News.
Only a few years ago, when we talked about infrastructure we meant physical infrastructure: servers, memory, disks, network switches, and all the cabling necessary to connect them. I used to have spreadsheets where I’d plug in some numbers and get back the specifications of the hardware needed to build a web application that could support thousands or even millions of users.That’s all changed. First came virtual infrastructures, sitting on top of those physical racks of servers. With a set of hypervisors and software-defined networks and storage, I could specify the compute requirements of an application, and provision it and its virtual network on top of the physical hardware someone else managed for me. Today, in the hyperscale public cloud, we’re building distributed applications on top of orchestration frameworks that automatically manage scaling, both up and out.To read this article in full, please click here
Global DNS firewall Market accounted for USD 89.56 billion in 2017 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 13.7% the forecast period of 2020 to 2025.A DNS firewall is a system security arrangement that organizes frameworks from interfacing malicious Internet areas.DNS Firewall works by utilizing DNS Response Policy Zones (RPZs) and significant risk insight to counteract information exfiltration.DNS Firewalls can likewise give bits of knowledge on dangers, separate tainted gadgets for remediation, protects the data assets by anticipating the cyber-attacks.Market Segmentation: Global DNS firewall MarketThe global DNS firewall market is based on deployment type, end users, end-use vertical and geographical segments.Based on deployment type, the market is segmented into cloud, on-premises and virtual appliance.Based on end users, the global market is segmented into DNS providers, domain name registrars, enterprises, website hosts and service providers.Based on end-use vertical, the market is segmented into banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI), telecom and it, media and entertainment, retail and e-commerce, healthcare, government, education and others (travel and hospitality, logistics and transportation, and utilities).Based on geography the DNS firewall market report covers data points for 28 countries across multiple geographies such as North America, South America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Middle East & Africa.Some of the major countries covered in this report are U.S., Canada, Germany, France, U.K., Netherlands, Switzerland, Turkey, Russia, China, India, South Korea, Japan, Australia, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, and Brazil among others.Get Exclusive Sample Report: @ https://www.databridgemarketresearch.com/request-a-sample/?dbmr=global-dns-firewall-market  Key Players: Global DNS firewall MarketThe renowned players in DNS firewall market are Cloudflare, BlueCat, Infoblox, EfficientIP, EonScope, Nominum, Cisco, F5 Networks, VeriSign, SWITCH, eSentire, ThreatSTOP, Constellix, Verigio Communications among others.Competitive Analysis: Global DNS firewall MarketThe global DNS firewall market is fragmented and the major players have used various strategies such as new product launches, expansions, agreements, joint ventures, partnerships, acquisitions, and others to increase their footprints in this market in order to sustain in long run.
load balancer market is set to witness a healthy CAGR of 15.5% in the forecast period of 2020 -2026.Load balancing is the physical device which used for efficient distribution of network traffic across various servers in server pool or server farm.Every load balancer assembles between backend servers and client devices, delivery and then distributing requests to any available server having capacity of fulfilling them.Major Market Competitors/PlayersFew of the major competitors currently working in the global load balancer market are Amazon Web Services, Inc., F5 Networks, Inc., Citrix Systems, Inc., Microsoft, , IBM, Google, Imperva, NGINX Inc., Radware, Fortinet, Inc., A10 Networks, Inc, Kemp Technologies, Inc., Riverbed Technology, Fastly, Inc., Dialogic Corporation, Avi Networks, Joyent, IncInlab Networks GmbH, Cloudflare, Inc., ZEVENET, Array Networks, Inc., AVANU, Inc., Barracuda Networks, Inc., Loadbalancer.org Limited, SANGFOR TECHNOLOGIES INC., Hangzhou DPtech Technologies Co., Ltd. among others.Download exclusive PDF sample [email protected] https://www.databridgemarketresearch.com/request-a-sample/?dbmr=global-load-balancer-market Segmentation: Global Load Balancer MarketBy Component (Hardware, Software and Services)By Load Balancer Type (Local Load Balancer and Global Load Balancer)By Deployment Type (On-Premises and Cloud)By Organization Size (Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises and Large Enterprises)By Vertical (Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance, IT and Telecom, Government and Public Sector, Media and Entertainment, Retail, Manufacturing, Healthcare and Life Sciences, Energy and Others)By Geography (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa)Competitive Analysis: Global Load Balancer MarketGlobal load balancer market is highly fragmented and the major players have used various strategies such as new product launches, expansions, agreements, joint ventures, partnerships, acquisitions, and others to increase their footprints in this market.The report includes market shares of load balancer market for Global, Europe, North America, Asia-Pacific, South America and Middle East & Africa.Market Drivers:Favourable government initiatives and rising investments in digitization will drive the market growthRising adoption of data center traffic, cloud-based load balancing services is another factor boosting the market growthincreasing investments along with favourable government initiatives in digitization also acts as a market driver in the forecast periodRising awareness regarding the advantages of cloud and network technologies will also augment this market growthMarket Restraints:Less bandwidth providers is expected to restrict the growth of the marketDifficult implementation of newer load balancer module in traditional networking ecosystem is also restricting the overall adoption of these marketLack of access of high speed internet is another factor hampering the market growthInquiry Before Buying @ https://www.databridgemarketresearch.com/inquire-before-buying/?dbmr=global-load-balancer-market Key Insights in the report:Complete and distinct analysis of the market drivers and restraintsKey market players involved in this industryDetailed analysis of the market segmentationCompetitive analysis of the key players involvedAbout Us: Data Bridge Market Research set forth itself as an unconventional and neoteric Market research and consulting firm with unparalleled level of resilience and integrated approaches.We are determined to unearth the best market opportunities and foster efficient information for your business to thrive in the market.Data Bridge Market Research provides appropriate solutions to the complex business challenges and initiates an effortless decision-making process.Contact:Data Bridge Market ResearchUS: +1 888 387 2818   Related Reports:Mobile Satellite SErvices (MSS) MarketNetwork SEcurity Firewall Market
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Google Cloud is competing with Amazon Web Services and Microsoft for bigger share in the fast-growing cloud market. These 22 executives are leading Google's bid to expand its reach in cloud computing. These executives are focused on expanding sales, partnerships, and customer relationships, as well as building technology like artificial intelligence and cloud infrastructure. Click here for more BI Prime stories.  With Amazon and Microsoft gobbling up large portions of the share on the cloud market, Google Cloud is playing catch-up. Still, with former Oracle veteran Thomas Kurian now well into his second year as Google Cloud CEO, the search giant has expanded on its cloud ambitions. Last year, it hired a new leader, Robert Enslin from SAP, to head sales, customer operations, and partnerships. During its most recent earnings call in April, Alphabet revealed that Google Cloud generated $2.8 billion in revenue in the past quarter, a 52% year-over-year increase. Google CEO Sundar Pichai had also said Google Cloud plans to triple its sales force in the next few years. On top of that, Google Cloud recently made changes in its sales organization to go after bigger customers and reward high-performing sales employees.  Google Cloud is also releasing more products to cater to the enterprise. For example, last year it launched Anthos, a hybrid cloud product – meaning it allows customers to run their applications and data not only on Google Cloud, but also on private data centers. Notably, it can even run on rival clouds – a strategy Kurian reportedly tried to execute at Oracle. With Anthos, Google Cloud beat Amazon to launching a generally-available hybrid cloud product. It's also launching products to hone in on specific industries like retail and telecommunications. Some analysts say that these changes at Google Cloud, which seem to be borrowed from Oracle, could drive a cultural clash. "Today, Google's enterprise division is very different than it was just a few years ago as it continues to change its attitude toward understanding customer needs and 'meeting the customer where the customer is,' David Smith, distinguished VP analyst at Gartner, wrote. "New bold leadership at Google Cloud is allowing more focus on opportunities that leverage synergies between its cloud business and advertising and marketing." Read more: Google Cloud has a new program to assign its best salespeople to go after the biggest customers — but Google employees say it makes it harder for current salespeople to advance Still, experts say Google Cloud is playing up its strengths. Some of its advantages, customers say, are its innovation. Another is its deep roots in Kubernetes, a cloud project for running large scale applications that was started by Google engineers. It's also partnering with smaller companies that built their business around open source software. As Google Cloud aims to become a larger cloud player, these are the 22 executives who are leading the charge.SEE ALSO: Here's how VMware is putting its $550 million acquisition of Heptio to work as it builds a new future around Kubernetes, the red-hot cloud software created by Google Thomas Kurian is making big changes as Google Cloud's CEO. Title: CEO, Google Cloud Thomas Kurian joined Google in November 2018. He took the place of former Google Cloud CEO Diane Greene, who announced her departure late last year.  Before Google, Kurian spent 22 years at Oracle, where he most recently served as the president of product development. And prior to Oracle, he worked at McKinsey as a business analyst and engagement manager. Currently, Kurian serves as a member of the Stanford Graduate School of Business Advisory Council and Princeton University School of Engineering Advisory Council. Recently, Business Insider reported that under Kurian, Google Cloud has changed how it compensates salespeople to focus more on bonuses and incentives – a move that's similar to what Oracle does. "He's basically applying the Oracle playbook," Jeb Su, vice president of advanced technologies at Atherton Technology Research, told Business Insider. "He's reinforcing the sales force and changing how salespeople are paid...What Kurian is doing is really transforming Google Cloud as a real enterprise software company with the right incentives in terms of sales and with the appropriate salesforce." Overall, David Smith, distinguished VP analyst at Gartner, believes that Kurian is doubling down on the enterprise efforts that former Google Cloud CEO Diane Greene began. "With the arrival of Thomas Kurian, we see more discipline in pricing and a renewed, more focused investment in building a larger, more capable enterprise sales team," Smith wrote. "These are encouraging signs, but we believe there will still be a transition period of several years as sales teams are built and/or reoriented to sell the traditional enterprise value propositions of the public cloud," Smith said.  Robert Enslin spent nearly three decades at SAP. Title: President of Global Customer Operations Robert Enslin joined Google Cloud in April to head up global customer operations, which includes sales and working with customers and partners. Before Google, Enslin spent 27 years at SAP and served in various sales and operations roles. Most recently, he worked as president of the cloud business group and an executive board member. At SAP, he developed and managed the company's cloud product portfolio. Besides working in tech, Enslin sits on the Board of Directors of Discovery Limited in South Africa and the container startup Docker. Jeb Su, vice president of advanced technologies at Atherton Technology Research, says Enslin is bringing a major focus on customers from SAP to Google Cloud. "He's doing two things," Su said. "First of all, he's really there to understand what are the needs of enterprise customers. That's really important because you can have the best technology in the world, but if you can't understand what customers need it's pointless. Then from that understanding of customers, he's really building solutions, and that's what Google lacks." Hiring Enslin was one of Google's "significant strides" to make its cloud business more viable, David Smith, distinguished VP analyst at Gartner, wrote. "Actions include hiring Thomas Kurian and Rob Enslin, strategic investments in sales and marketing, and partnerships with integrators and service firms to drive more enterprise adoption," Smith wrote. "We look for increased focus on the enterprise to pay dividends for Google as it gains greater adoption over the next year." Before Google, John Jester worked at Microsoft for nearly 20 years. Title: Vice President of Customer Experience John Jester is the vice president of customer experience at Google Cloud. This means he's responsible for developing and executing strategies that make sure customers are getting good value out of Google Cloud. In other words, this includes professional services, training, and customer support. Before Google, Jester worked at Microsoft for 20 years. Most recently, he was the corporate vice president of worldwide customer success, where he started a new organization to help Microsoft's customers adopt its Azure cloud.  He had also served as vice president of worldwide specialist sales, where he led enterprise sales strategy for Microsoft's cloud services, as well as general manager of global accounts, where he was responsible for Microsoft's top 100 enterprise customers. Kirsten Kliphouse joined Google Cloud from Red Hat in 2019. Title: President of North America Sales Kirsten Kliphouse leads Google Cloud sales across North America. She joined in July, and is based in Florida.  Most recently, she served as senior vice president and general manager of North America Commercial Sales at Red Hat. There, she led sales, marketing, consulting, among other things.  Before that, she was CEO of an early-stage connected devices company called Yardarm Technologies, and spent nearly 10 years at Microsoft in various leadership roles, such as vice president of enterprise sales and partners, and corporate vice president of the customer service and support division. "She's the next in the series of new leaders that Thomas Kurian and Rob Enslin are bringing in," Tony Safoian, CEO of SADA Systems, a Google Cloud partner, told Business Insider. "They're deploying certain structures in their go-to-market plan that are more meaningful to partners and create a better customer experience."   Urs Hölzle was Google's first Vice President of engineering. Title: Senior Vice President of Technical Infrastructure As senior vice president of technical infrastructure, Urs Hölzle oversees how servers, networks and Google's data centers are designed and operated, as well as how Google Cloud's software infrastructure is developed. He makes sure Google Cloud's infrastructure is available to developers worldwide.  Hölzle was Google's first vice president of engineering, and he helped the search giant scale up its technical operations in its early days to become the web giant that it is today.  Before that, he was an associate professor of computer science at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Kevin Ichhpurani is a 12-year SAP veteran. Title: Corporate Vice President of Global Ecosystem Kevin Ichhpurani serves as the corporate vice president of global ecosystem and business development. Over nearly 24 years in the technology industry, he has led global strategy, venture capital, mergers, and acquisitions. Most recently, he served as executive vice president and corporate officer of GE Digital. Prior to that, he was a senior partner of global markets at Ernst and Young. And before that, he spent 12 years at SAP, where he had served as executive vice president and head of business development and global ecosystem.     Before Google, Carolee Gearhart worked at GE Digital. Title: Vice President of Worldwide Channel Sales Carolee Gearheart has worked in the industry for over 20 years, including nearly seven years at SAP.  Currently, Gearheart is the vice president of worldwide channel sales at Google Cloud. In her role, she's responsible for global channel strategy and Google Cloud's relationship with reseller partners.  Before Google Cloud, she served as chief ecosystem at channels officer at GE Digital, where she led the strategy and execution for GE Digital's partner relationships. Andrew Moore has conducted research on big data and helping robots be more useful. Title: Head of Google Cloud Artificial Intelligence Andrew Moore, PhD, became the head of Google Cloud Artificial intelligence in January. But he's no newcomer to Google. Before Google, he worked for 13 years as a computer science professor at Carnegie Melon University. Starting in 2006, he worked at Google and was the founding director of Google's Pittsburgh engineering office, where he's still based.  From 2011 to 2014, he served as the vice president of engineering for Google Commerce, which includes Google's shopping and offers features.  He took a four-year hiatus in 2014 to become the dean of Carnegie Melon University's School of Computer Science. Now, he's back at Google heading up Google Cloud Artificial Intelligence. Moore conducts research in big data, meaning that he applies statistical methods and math formulas to analyze massive quantities of information like web searches, astronomy, and medical records. Previously, he has also conducted research on improving the ability of robots to sense and respond to the world around them. Will Grannis founded Google Cloud's CTO office. Title: Managing Director of CTO office Will Grannis founded Google Cloud's CTO office, which is a team of senior engineers that help Google work better with its largest and most important customers.  Before joining Google five years ago, Grannis had worked as an entrepreneur, enterprise technology executive, and investor. He spent over six years at Boeing as a general manager leading product. Prior to working in tech, Grannis served as a captain in the US Army.   Eduardo Lopez, a 20-year Oracle veteran, just joined Google Cloud in 2019. Title: President of Latin America Sales Eduardo Lopez just joined Google Cloud in July after working at Oracle for 20 years. Now, he's leading the Latin America sales team. At Oracle, he most recently served as senior vice president for solution engineering, enterprise architects, and industry innovation. Lopez has spent much time working with the Latin America region. For example, at Oracle, he had held executive positions at Oracle's Latin America division. Prior to that, he was vice president of Oracle Brazil. Javier Soltero used to head up Office strategy at Microsoft. Title: Vice President and General Manager of G Suite Before working at Google Cloud, Javier Soltero was the head of strategy for Microsoft's Office productivity suite before leaving in November 2018. Now, he heads Google's own productivity offering, G Suite, which competes directly with Microsoft Office. Soltero joined as the vice president of G Suite in October 2019, overseeing apps like Gmail, Sheets, Docs, and Calendar. Google's G Suite had 6 million paying business customers at last count. Prior to Microsoft, Soltero was the CEO and cofounder of the mobile email startup Acompli, which was then rebranded to become the official Outlook mobile apps. While at Microsoft, Soltero also led its Cortana voice assistant, which competes with the likes of Amazon's Alexa, Apple's Siri, and the Google Assistant. Yolande Piazza spent over three decades at Citigroup. Title: Vice President of Financial Services In June, long-time Citi executive Yolande Piazza joined Google Cloud as its vice president of financial services. She leads the company's North American financial services sales and customer engineering teams. Under Kurian's leadership, Google Cloud has been ramping up its efforts to attract Wall Street firms and banks as customers. In July, Google Cloud announced Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank as customers. As the head of financial services at Google Cloud, Piazza helps with creating products aimed specifically towards Wall Street. Piazza spent 32 years at Citigroup, most recently as CEO of Citi Fintech, which leads mobile efforts for Cit's consumer bank. Lori Mitchell-Keller is leading Google Cloud's initiative to target specific industries. Title: Vice President of Industry Solutions Lori Mitchell-Keller serves as the vice president of industry solutions at Google Cloud, after joining in May. Prior to Google Cloud, she worked at German database giant SAP for 13 years. Under Kurian's leadership, Google Cloud is targeting six specific sectors: retail, financial services, health care, manufacturing, media and entertainment, and the public sector. Going after specific industries has been a major focus for Google Cloud. Mitchell-Keller leads this strategy, and works with the sales and marketing teams for each of those industries. While she was at SAP, Mitchell-Keller led sales and partner strategy for 20 industries, including financial services, healthcare, and retail. George Nazi has years of experience in the telecommunications sector. Title: Vice President of Industry Solutions in Telecommunications, Media, and Entertainment George Nazi serves as the vice president of industry solutions in telecommunications, media and entertainment, and joined in May. Prior to Google Cloud, he worked at consulting giant Accenture for nearly seven years. Google Cloud has been focusing on going after customers in the telecommunications sector, amid the rise in video streaming and 5G. Just in March, Google Cloud announced a partnership with AT&T to launch a version of its Anthos product for the telecom industry to help customers in that sector run applications on both their private data centers and the cloud. Besides developing strategy to win customers in the telecom, media, and entertainment industries, he also collaborates with Google Cloud's artificial intelligence team to develop new products.  Nazi had served as the global communications and media industry lead at Accenture. Eyal Manor has worked at Google for nearly 13 years. Title: Vice President and General Manager of Application Modernization Platform Eyal Manor has worked at Google for nearly 13 years now. Currently, as vice president of engineering and product at Google Cloud, he leads the development of products for developers like Anthos, a recent product that allows customers to run their applications on Google Cloud, private data centers, and other clouds as well. He also leads Google Kubernetes Engine, as well as its serverless products that allow developers to run applications without having to manage any of the infrastructure.  Before leading engineering at Google Cloud, he was the vice president of engineering at YouTube and a senior engineering director for Google Ads. Sunil Potti has worked at companies like Nutanix, Citrix, F5 Networks, and Cisco. Title: Vice President and General Manager of Security Sunil Potti leads the Google Cloud Security team and the development of the company's security products. His team makes sure Google Cloud is as secure as possible, an important advantage in the cloud wars.  Before joining Google Cloud last year, Potti had worked at a variety of enterprise tech companies, including Nutanix, Citrix, F5 Networks, and Cisco. Brigette McInnis-Day is an HR veteran of SAP. Title: Vice President of HR  As Google Cloud aims to triple its salesforce in the next few years, Brigette McInnis-Day is responsible for growing the company's workforce and developing talent. Google Cloud has big ambitions to hire more salespeople to target companies in specific industries and more engineers to build products that can take on AWS and Microsoft, so recruiting, hiring. and talent development will be crucial.  She joined Google Cloud last year as a veteran of SAP and SAP SuccessFactors, which is the company's human resource management software business. Most recently, she served as COO of SAP SuccessFactors. Amit Zavery is a 24-year Oracle veteran. Title: Vice President and General Manager of Business Application Platform Amit Zavery is responsible for building and expanding Google Cloud's business applications, such as Cloud Storage and the data warehouse BigQuery.  Before joining Google Cloud last year, Zavery spent over 24 years at Oracle in a variety of leadership roles. Most recently he served as the executive vice president of product development, where he oversaw over 4,500 engineers and led the company's product vision, design, development, and sales strategy for products. He also helped start and build Oracle's cloud platform. Rick Harshman has led operations in the Asia-Pacific region for Google Cloud and AWS. Title: Managing Director of Asia Pacific and Japan Rick Harshman is in charge of leading sales operations for products like G Suite and the Google Cloud Platform across the Asia Pacific region. There, Google Cloud is not only competing with rivals AWS and Microsoft, but also Chinese giants like Baidu and Alibaba, which currently have a larger market share worldwide than the search giant. He's also building out the team and strategy to expand across that region.  Before joining in 2016, Harshman was in charge of the same region region for Amazon Web Services and has also worked at Akamai Technologies as a senior sales manager. Chris Ciauri has led operations in the EMEA region at Google Cloud and Salesforce. Title: President of EMEA  Chris Ciauri works in London as the president of EMEA at Google Cloud, meaning he leads the sales organization and expanding business in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.  Before joining Google Cloud last year, Ciauri spent 10 years at Salesforce, where he most recently also headed up sales and operations in that same region. He has also worked across other regions worldwide including Latin America and Asia. Hamidou Dia is a 20-year Oracle veteran. Title: Vice President and Global Head of Solutions Engineering  Hamidou Dia heads the team that helps customers understand their business issues, helps them use Google Cloud to solve business problems, and builds solutions to help them.  Before joining last year, Dia spent almost 20 years at Oracle and served in a variety of leadership roles. Most recently, he headed solutions engineering and cloud customer success for North America at the database giant. Nina Harding is a veteran of SAP, Microsoft, and Oracle. Title: Chief of Global Partner Programs and Strategy Reports to: Carolee Gearhart, vice president of worldwide channel sales at Google Cloud Nina Harding serves as Google Cloud's chief of global partner programs and strategy. Before Google, Harding worked as SAP for over 12 years, where she launched partner programs and led the company's partner strategies. Prior to that, Harding worked at Microsoft for about two years, where she helped advise its top partners on using Windows and other technologies. She has also spent time with startups like Cacheon and Formida, as well as a stint with Oracle for over seven years, where she built customer and sales programs. Do you work at Google Cloud? Got a tip? Contact this reporter via email at [email protected], Signal at 646.376.6106, Telegram at @rosaliechan, or Twitter DM at @rosaliechan17. (PR pitches by email only, please.) 
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"If a security program bases vulnerability prioritization solely on CVSS scores, it could waste resources patching a vulnerable asset protected by layers upon layers of defense–in–depth security controls" The post World on Track to See 20,000 Vulnerability Reports in 2020: Where Do You Start to Patch? appeared first on Computer Business Review.
Hackers hit honeypots hours after CISO downplays risk, proof-of-concept exploit code emerges VIdeo  This week Citrix tried to reassure everyone the 11 security flaws it just patched in its network perimeter products weren't all that bad. Well, we hope they're right because someone's scanning the internet looking for vulnerable installations.…
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President Trump's decision to suspend key immigrant work visas has been severely criticized by many in the US tech industry, which has long relied on foreign talent. Venture capitalists, founders, and CEOs who are immigrants themselves shared their frustrations with the Trump order with Business Insider. One of them, Togo-born F5 Networks CEO Francois Lo coh Donou, who grew up in France, told Business Insider that the executive order "sends the signal to highly-skilled immigrants around the world that the US is a dangerous and unstable place to bet on for their careers." Read the words and stories of 15 other tech leaders who denounce the visa freeze. Click here for more BI Prime stories. President Trump's order suspending many types of immigrant work visas in late June prompted a strong response from the US tech industry which has long relied on talent from overseas. Executives from major tech giants, including Amazon, Apple, Google, Box, and Twitter were quick to criticize the move, calling it "unbelievably bad policy" that "undermines America's greatest economic asset." More recently, the Trump administration also said international students at US institutions that have shifted to remote learning must leave the country.  Business Insider reached out to leading figures in the tech industry who moved to the US as immigrants, on work or student visas or green cards, for their insights into the Trump administration's move to severely curtail the arrival of workers and students from other countries. These 16 technology figures have played critical roles in the industry as venture capital investors, top engineers, CEOs, and trailblazing entrepreneurs and founders. Here's what they said:SEE ALSO: The tech industry has a terrible track record on diversity. Here's how 17 companies that spoke out against racism this week say they plan to improve. F5 Networks CEO Francois Locoh Donou: It sends the message to immigrants that the 'US is a dangerous and unstable place to bet on for their careers.' Francois Locoh Donou, CEO of networking giant F5 Networks, is a native of Togo and grew up up in France. He came to the US on an H1-B visa when he joined Ciena, another networking company, in the early 2000s. "Without that visa and the stability it provided, I doubt I would hold the position I do at F5 today," he told Business Insider. "Like a number of tech companies, I share the belief that our company's future, and the growth of the tech industry at large, rely upon recruiting and retaining talent from all backgrounds and countries." The Trump order suspending the work visas sends a potentially harmful message, he said. "This executive order – even if temporary– sends the signal to highly-skilled immigrants around the world that the US is a dangerous and unstable place to bet on for their careers," he said. "That is not what this country is about, and it is certainly no way to ensure the US economy's global competitiveness."     Landing AI founder and CEO Andrew Ng: 'There's an obligation for us to make smart decisions from a business and strategic perspective, but also to treat people with kindness.' Throughout his career, computer scientist Andrew Ng has founded organizations like Google Brain, Coursera, and Landing AI.  Many of their founding teams consisted of students on the F-1 visa or workers on the H-1B visa. Ng, who was born in the UK and raised in Hong Kong, was a recipient of these visas, too. He knew he wanted to study artificial intelligence and first came to the US to attend college at Carnegie Mellon University in 1993, staying for graduate school and becoming a professor at Stanford University and obtaining an H-1B visa. Many of Silicon Valley's tech companies were founded by immigrants, yet the current lengthy American immigration process is riddled with uncertainty, Ng says. "For a green card, the wait time is many, many decades long," Ng said. "Who knows if five years from now, maybe a change in policy will make all that waiting pointless? It's damaging the US to create uncertainty in the immigration process because it makes it difficult for an individual to want to make a long term investment." Even for Ng, he says that while he had a visa that allowed him to work in the US, it was always something in the back of his mind to worry about for others, whether his interns at Google Brain or his international Coursera cofounders.  "Immigration is an important business and strategic issue for the US, but it's also a very human issue for millions of families," Ng said. "There's an obligation for us to make smart decisions from a business and strategic perspective, but also to treat people with kindness." Technovation founder and CEO Tara Chklovski: 'It's very, very important to keep the systems and channels open.' Technovation founder and CEO Tara Chklovski grew up in India with the dream of becoming an aerospace engineer. She studied physics as an undergradute, but not many universities in India at the time offered aerospace engineering, so she decided to do her graduate studies in the US. She came to the US on an F-1 student visa with a full scholarship for her masters at Boston University.  "It was absolutely awesome," Chklovski said. "For me, it was freedom on so many different levels. India is a developing country. Women are very few in aerospace. Also there is lots of gender-based inequality and gender-based violence and different ways of oppression of girls." While Chklovski studied aerospace engineering in the US, she realized that there were very few women in her industry, which inspired her to start an education nonprofit called Technovation to encourage more girls worldwide to enter STEM fields and connect them with mentorship, guidance, and internships. "When I was in a PhD program, it was very very stark to see that there are not that many women," Chklovski said. "I did internships, and I felt like I was the only woman in the technical department. It was wrong and odd. We're not bringing in ideas from 50% of the population." Chklovski says she was grateful she was able to get a student visa and believes innovation comes from a diversity of ideas. "If you bring in people from different countries, it will help build society," Chklovski said. "I think it's very very important to keep the systems and channels open, not just into the US but for other countries as well." Lightspeed Venture Partners' Arif Janmohamed: 'It's against the ethos of this country.' Arif Janmohamed, partner at Lightspeed Venture Partners, only became a US citizen in late June 2020, but his journey to citizenship began in the 1990s when he got his first taste of Silicon Valley. Janmohamed was born in Canada and grew up in Montreal. After he graduated, he moved to the Bay Area and never looked back. He first came with a TN visa, which offers work authorization to people from Canada and Mexico. He eventually got an H-1B visa, then a green card, and most recently, US citizenship.  The H-1B visa suspension is personal for Janmohamed, which he says contradicts the values of the American dream: "It's against the ethos of this country." "Those people who would otherwise put down roots over here, buy houses here, work at great companies, and learn from peer mentors here, will go somewhere else around the world," Janmohamed told Business Insider. "Ultimately what we're doing is hurting US innovation." Janmohamed's own family has immigrated multiple times over the generations. His ancestors come from India, but they immigrated to Kenya because they faced economic uncertainty and persecution.  His parents grew up in Kenya, but in 1972, Idi Amin, the president of Uganda at the time, expelled Asians – many of whom were Indian – from the country. Although his family wasn't directly affected, they moved to Canada as uncertainty spread to nearby countries as well, including Tanzania and Kenya.  Janmohamed's father was an entrepreneur, and eventually, Janmohamed would follow in his father's footsteps by working at various tech startups. In college, he decided that he wanted to experience Silicon Valley for himself. He sent 250 emails, and eventually, got an internship from a Bay Area startup called Nomadic Technology, which operated out of a garage.  After graduation, Janmohamed worked at various startups before going to business school and deciding he wanted to help build up those companies in the second half of his career. He joined Lightspeed in 2008, where he has been for the last 12 years, working with companies like Netskope, Qubole, TripActions, and ThoughtSpot. "Seeing these companies go from an idea to employing tens or hundreds of people of creating value, that was exciting to me," Janmohamed said.  Nutanix CEO Dheeraj Pandey: 'Immigration is at the heart of capitalism' A native of India, Nutanix cofounder and CEO Dheeraj Pandey moved to the US as a student at the University of Texas-Austin in 1997.  He cites "the openness of the US immigration program" as a key to his successful tech career. "America hugged me hard," he said in a tweet the day after Trump signed the freeze order. "I became an Indian American." Pandey, whose company is now a $4.6 billion infrastructure software powerhouse, added that he believes that immigration is "at the heart of capitalism."  Tweet Embed: //twitter.com/mims/statuses/1275656883584602117?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw Immigration is at the heart of capitalism, I think. But it also creates extremely grateful citizens like me who are here to give back in every which way possible. I am in awe of this country for how it supported me when I needed a springboard the most. #eternallygrateful (2/2)   Race Capital cofounder Alfred Chuang: One visa made a big difference Alfred Chuang, a native of Hong Kong, came to the US on an H-1B visa when he joined Sun Microsystems in the mid-1980s. Getting that visa was "a life changing experience," he told Business Insider.   "If I didn't get my H-1B then I would not have gone on to cofound BEA Systems, which subsequently employed over 30,000 US workers when it was an independent company," he said. BEA Systems, which Oracle acquired for $8.5 billion in 2008, was also a major win for Warburg Pincus which had made a $50 million investment in the company, he said. This year, Chuang launched his own venture capital fund, Race Capital, which plans to support startups that are developing technologies for the post-COVID world. "This little step of Alfred getting his H-1B has manifested a whole different outcome for the world of enterprise tech," Chuang said. "That's the potential each visa holds."  Intel chief engineer Murthy Renduchintala: 'Foreign national graduates of US advanced degree programs are essential to closing this skills gap.' Venkata Murthy Renduchintala, known in Silicon Valley as Murthy, came to the US from Great Britain on a temporary work visa when he joined Phillips in 1997. He later joined Qualcomm where he served as a top executive for 11 years before being recruited by chip giant Intel where he is now chief engineer. Work visas play a critical role in the American tech industry because "there is a shortage of highly trained and specialized engineers and scientists in the US," Murthy, now a US citizen, told Business Insider.  "To maintain leadership in the global semiconductor industry, we believe it is critical to continue attracting the best and brightest STEM talent from all over the world, he said. "Foreign national graduates of US advanced degree programs are essential to closing this skills gap."   Zoom CEO Eric Yuan: Silicon Valley is the 'center of innovation' because it welcomes founders and employees from around the world Zoom CEO Eric Yuan's visa application was rejected eight times over the course of 2 years before it was finally approved in 1997. He moved from China to Silicon Valley on a temporary, six-month B-1 visa and started working at WebEx and later got an H-1B visa.  Silicon Valley "is the center of innovation because it welcomes founders and employees from countries worldwide," Yuan told Business Insider in an email. He was inspired to work for a tech company after watching a speech Bill Gates gave about the dot-com bubble, according to Bloomberg. Yuan helped build WebEx as its VP of engineering, and stayed on when Cisco acquired it in 2007. That was also the year Yuan became a US citizen. After four years at Cisco, he left in June 2011 to start Zoom. Zoom went public last year and is widely thought to have transformed the video conferencing market and the way people work. It's grown tremendously this year due to social distancing mandates during the pandemic, with a market cap of over $70 billion.  "Zoom simply would not exist if it weren't for the tireless efforts of our employees including immigrants," Yuan said. "Immigrants make us stronger as a company and as a nation, and we should advocate for policies that welcome and empower them." Array Ventures founder Shruti Gandhi: The US is "stagnating" itself by closing off immigration Shruti Gandhi moved to the US from India in 1999 on a green card, after her aunt had applied for her and her parents about 14 years prior. It's the process that's often referred to as "chain migration," where US citizens can apply for a green card for their close family members, but the process often takes years. Gandhi finished high school and college in upstate New York where she realized her interest in technology. She then started working at IBM and worked there for a decade before making a career shift into venture capital. She launched her own firm called Array Ventures in 2015. In her experience, immigrants contribute significantly to both the tech industry and the overall economy, and if the US closes itself off to immigrant workers it will stagnate the economy, she said. Many of the companies Array invests in are created by immigrant founders, who in turn create jobs for others.  "I think it wouldn't have been possible if someone like me wasn't given the chance and the opportunity to truly live the American dream," she said, adding that the exchange of ideas created by immigrants is invaluable. She also said the US only hurting itself in the long run because as remote work becomes the norm, companies will opt to hire people where they're already at instead of asking them to immigrate if US immigration policies continue to be restrictive.  "If we don't capture that dollar here for tuition and things like that then we're losing that income and we're not doing a better job of training our own workforce," Gandhi said. "We're basically stagnating ourselves here." Outreach CEO Manny Medina: These policies are creating a 'climate of fear and uncertainty' for immigrants Manny Medina came to the US from Ecuador on a student visa in 1994, and decided to study computer engineering. He stayed because he loved programming and engineering and felt like the US was the best place to pursue it.  His first job after college was at Bell Atlantic, which is now part of Verizon, and he worked to build the company's billing systems. He was able to work on an OPT visa, which gives international students one to three years to work in the US before needing an H-1B or other work visa. The company applied for his H-1B visa but because a limited number of visas are awarded each year, he didn't get one. Medina then attended grad school on a student visa and was able to keep working for the company because it funded a research project that he could work on at school. During that time, he got married and subsequently got a green card and later became a citizen.  He's since worked as an engineer for various tech companies including Amazon and Microsoft, before founding his current company Outreach in 2014.  As an immigrant who built a career and company in the US, he said these current policies are creating a "climate of fear and uncertainty for the immigrants who are here in the country" and that the "environment just creates animosity towards immigrants." At Outreach, 10 to 15% of the workforce is immigrants, and these policies make it hard for the company to continue attracting talent. Medina said Outreach is starting to think about building new teams overseas in places like Prague where it has an office. Those are jobs that could be here if the climate was more favorable, he said. Carbon Health CEO Eren Bali: Diverse perspectives create diverse companies. Eren Bali moved to the US in 2007 on an H-1B visa after cofounding education-tech startup Udemy in Turkey earlier that year. "My naive kind of goal was to come here for a couple of months, raise money from investors here," Bali told Business Insider. "And then obviously I just didn't go anywhere." He worked at a handful of other Silicon Valley companies after leaving Udemy, before starting Carbon Health, a platform that fuses virtual and in-person health care, in 2015. He said his experience as an immigrant in the US allowed him to look at healthcare providers and technology through a different lens. Other companies in Silicon Valley at the time were focused on products for consumers who already had high-quality health care, like premium wearables and body scanners. But Bali realized that the real issue was much more basic: "The primary problem in the US healthcare is access." The new visa freezes would hamper that kind of diversity of thought and perspectives.  "Silicon Valley is all about talent," Bali said. "You move the people here to another place, that place is the new Silicon Valley." Since the coronavirus pandemic started, Carbon Health started offering free COVID-19 tests in the Bay Area and grew its 100-person workforce to 300 by May. "Trump's administration failed to contain this problem," Bali said. "Companies like ours rise up to the challenge and will help solve the problem." NetApp CEO George Kurian: 'Building barriers' just 'weakens American leadership' "Immigrants have had an incredible impact on the tech industry," George Kurian, the CEO of NetApp, told Business Insider. He and his brother, Thomas Kurian, the CEO of Google Cloud, are prominent examples. The Kurian brothers, who are from India, are the most famous twin siblings in the tech industry. They moved to the US as students in the late 1980s, each earning a engineering degree from Princeton and an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business. The NetApp CEO said that the move to limit work visas drastically could potentially weaken the US tech industry: "Building barriers between countries and labor markets impedes our ability to reach our greatest potential in a changing world, and over time weakens American leadership," he said.  His company serves customers in about 140 countries worldwide, he added. "And we have benefited from having people from so many different parts of the world be part of our company." In an interview with Business Insider last year, Kurian previously opened up about how moving to the US is a challenging experience for most immigrants: "They're giving up a lot to come here," he said. "They're giving up the comfort of the language and the culture they grew up in to come here. They're not making that decision lightly."   Pulse CEO Mayank Mehta: The 'immature' decision has led to immigrants feeling worried about their future in this country. Mayank Mehta, cofounder and CEO of the social research platform Pulse, was a recipient of both a student visa — when he came to the US to finish up high school — and an H-1B — when he moved to California for his first startup, Cooliris.  "Coming here was an absolute dream-come-true for me," Mehta told Business Insider. "I was a techie through and through." Mehta acknowledges that his visa process was easier than most: He was backed by venture capitalist firms like Kleiner Perkins who hired lawyers to make the process as smooth as possible for him. By the time Mehta became a citizen five years ago, Cooliris was acquired by Yahoo, and Mehta had moved on to becoming an angel investor and working at the enterprise platform Capriza.   "A large part of the team that we built up was from the immigrant community," he said. "Without all the diversity, we wouldn't have been able to get to where we were." Mehta, now the CEO of Pulse, called the Trump administration's decision "immature" and said the move is affecting his colleagues' stability and stress levels in the company and in the country.  "I have a number of people who are worried — both at Pulse as well as family and friends — that are concerned about what it means to have a future in this country," Mehta said. "Is this step one of many to come that is going to be more and more extreme in treating immigrants here?" Superhuman CEO Rahul Vohra: It's 'completely unfathomable' to turn away the next generation of founders Rahul Vohra came to the US on an H-1B visa when he was building his first company, Rapportive, in 2010. He and his other two cofounders were from the UK and wanted to come to the US because it's "still the best place to start a technology company" and have access to venture capital, he said.  After Rapportive was acquired by LinkedIn in 2012, Vohra stayed on for two years before leaving to found Superhuman, an email software startup that has a cult-like following in Silicon Valley. Vohra also applied for his green card and, after 6 years, he just became a citizen in February 2020. The jobs created at Rapportive, LinkedIn, and Superhuman — and the value those products provide — would have never been possible if he hadn't been able to get an H-1B visa, Vohra said, and there are many more like him. That's why he thinks it's "completely unfathomable" that the US is "turning away the next generation of founders and entrepreneurs that could be building the next Teslas, the next Googles, the next Facebooks." The work visa freeze is worrisome because no one knows what's coming next, he said, and many fear that the restrictions will continue even after the pandemic is over. "If the ban persists or it doesn't get repealed properly, then it's only going to make America less competitive and less diverse at a time when it needs to be both of those things," Vohra said.  Harness CEO and cofounder Jyoti Bansal: There's no 'rational argument' behind these bans because they're 'politically driven, xenophobia-driven.' Two-time tech entrepreneur Jyoti Bansal came from India to the US on an H-1B visa right when the dot-com crash was happening in 2000. Bansal worked at a startup called netLens and hoped to later start his own, but he had to wait until he got his green card to do so. Finally, in 2008, he made his dream come true when he founded AppDynamics, an application to help customers with monitoring and troubleshooting. In 2017, Cisco acquired AppDynamics for $3.7 billion. After he sold AppDynamics, Bansal set off to start his next company, Harness, which helps developers with automatically releasing code faster and more often. He also cofounded a venture capital firm called Unusual Ventures.  Bansal says many people were surprised he started another company after selling AppDynamics and asked him why he didn't just go retire on a beach somewhere.  "I'm passionate about solving problems and building companies around it," Bansal said. "That's my motivation." Bansal says that he had always believe that Silicon Valley was the place to go if he wanted to work at a startup, but that sheen could fade because of these bans.  "Good engineers and scientists and talent are coming to the US to work on interesting things, especially since Silicon Valley has that perception," Bansal said. "There's a lot of this short-term political thinking and I don't think there's any rational argument behind these bans. Seems like it's politically driven, xenophobia-driven arguments mostly. In the long term, it's a loss." EmpInfo CEO Jag Puttanna: Like the coronavirus crisis, Trump's order creates uncertainty Jag Puttanna, the cofounder and CEO of the employment verification company EmpInfo, disagreed with the Trump administration's rationale that suspending work visas for H-1B recipients would make sure that Americans get those jobs. "[Visa recipients] are not taking anyone's jobs away." he said, "It doesn't mean that those jobs will go to someone who's not talented here — that would go to an individual who was qualified to do it no matter where they are in this country and the world." Puttanna came to the US from India on a student visa for his graduate program at the University of Nevada. He moved to the Bay Area after the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, when structural engineers were in high demand.  "The company desperately needed someone with my background," Puttanna told Business Insider. "It was good for an employer to hire someone who had the talent." Now, as someone who employs guest workers with H-1B visas, he says the restriction put his colleagues in limbo. One planned on going to another country for a wedding, another wanted to visit family abroad, but because of new H-1B restrictions, Puttanna says, his employees are reluctant to travel. All this, amid the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic. "That's another COVID-19 kind of situation, that you can't travel," Puttanna said. "All these H-1B restrictions would curtail them in to live freely. They came here for the freedom, not to lose the freedom."
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Multi-Layer Security Market HighlightsThe global Multi-Layer Security Market is estimated to grow at a significant rate during the forecast period from 2019 to 2023The global multi-layer security market has been thriving, mainly due to the increasing advancements in network automation.The adoption of cloud-based services has been increasing due to the augmenting demand for a secure approach that can provide security at different levels in a network.Moreover, the adoption of multi-layer security technology in the banking and financial sectors is escalating the market on the global platform.Considering the rapid growth that the market is witnessing currently, Market Research Future (MRFR) in its recently published study analysis, asserts that the already booming global multi-layer security market would garner exponential accruals by 2023, registering an impressive CAGR throughout the forecast period 2018-2023.Get Free Sample Report For “Multi-Layer Security Market” @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/6953The surging security threats over networks and the Internet are contributing to the growth of the market.Moreover, the increase in numbers of users of Smartphone with legal compliance is anticipated to propel the market.Also, the high adoption of BYOD policies in the growing number of organizations is a key factor driving the multi-layer security marketMany end-use verticals across the industries are shifting their business operations to the cloud.Multi-level security thereby helps these enterprises to counter cyber-attacks at the network level, application level, and end-user level.Global Multi-layer Security Market– SegmentationFor the convenience of understanding, the report is segmented into five key dynamics;By Type                                : Proactive Security, Detective Security, and Reactive Security.By Component  : Solution and Service.By Deployment                : On-cloud and On Premise.By End-user        : IT & Telecommunication, Military & Defense, Media & Entertainment, and Healthcare among others.By Region            : Europe, North America, Asia Pacific, and the Rest-of-the-World.Major Players:Some of the players leading the multi-layer security market include Gemalto NV (France), SolarWinds MSP (Scotland), Fortinet Inc. (US), Blue Solutions Limited (England), AT Inc. (US), Oracle Corporation (US), McAfee LLC (US), Symantec Corporation (US), F5 Networks Inc. (US), Cisco Systems Inc. (US), HP Development Company LP (US), Ingenico Group (France), Hitachi Ltd (Japan), IBM Corporation (US), Adept4 Ltd(UK), Microsoft Corporation (US), Raytheon (US), Bayshore Networks (US), Heimdal Security (Denmark), SNC-Lavalin (Canada), masterIT (US), Magal Security Systems Ltd (Israel), Apogee IT Services (US), Webroot Inc. (US), Compugen Inc. (US), Novosco Ltd. (Ireland), Tata Communications Ltd. (India), On-Site Technology (US), Nucleus Networks Inc. (Canada), and InterVision Systems (US) among others.Industry/ Innovation/ Related NewsMay 27, 2019 ---- Bharti Airtel (India), a leading telecommunications service provider announced its partnership with Zoom Video Communications Inc.(the US), a leading enterprise providing video-first unified communications service, to launch an integrated and secure platform for HD audio, video,  and web conferencing services.
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Multi-Layer Security Market HighlightsThe global Multi-Layer Security Market is estimated to grow at a significant rate during the forecast period from 2019 to 2023The global multi-layer security market has been thriving, mainly due to the increasing advancements in network automation.The adoption of cloud-based services has been increasing due to the augmenting demand for a secure approach that can provide security at different levels in a network.Moreover, the adoption of multi-layer security technology in the banking and financial sectors is escalating the market on the global platform.Considering the rapid growth that the market is witnessing currently, Market Research Future (MRFR) in its recently published study analysis, asserts that the already booming global multi-layer security market would garner exponential accruals by 2023, registering an impressive CAGR throughout the forecast period 2018-2023.Get Free Sample Report For “Multi-Layer Security Market” @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/6953The surging security threats over networks and the Internet are contributing to the growth of the market.Moreover, the increase in numbers of users of Smartphone with legal compliance is anticipated to propel the market.Also, the high adoption of BYOD policies in the growing number of organizations is a key factor driving the multi-layer security marketMany end-use verticals across the industries are shifting their business operations to the cloud.Multi-level security thereby helps these enterprises to counter cyber-attacks at the network level, application level, and end-user level.Global Multi-layer Security Market– SegmentationFor the convenience of understanding, the report is segmented into five key dynamics;By Type                                : Proactive Security, Detective Security, and Reactive Security.By Component  : Solution and Service.By Deployment : On-cloud and On Premise.By End-user        : IT & Telecommunication, Military & Defense, Media & Entertainment, and Healthcare among others.By Region            : Europe, North America, Asia Pacific, and the Rest-of-the-World.Major Players:Some of the players leading the multi-layer security market include Gemalto NV (France), SolarWinds MSP (Scotland), Fortinet Inc. (US), Blue Solutions Limited (England), AT Inc. (US), Oracle Corporation (US), McAfee LLC (US), Symantec Corporation (US), F5 Networks Inc. (US), Cisco Systems Inc. (US), HP Development Company LP (US), Ingenico Group (France), Hitachi Ltd (Japan), IBM Corporation (US), Adept4 Ltd(UK), Microsoft Corporation (US), Raytheon (US), Bayshore Networks (US), Heimdal Security (Denmark), SNC-Lavalin (Canada), masterIT (US), Magal Security Systems Ltd (Israel), Apogee IT Services (US), Webroot Inc. (US), Compugen Inc. (US), Novosco Ltd. (Ireland), Tata Communications Ltd. (India), On-Site Technology (US), Nucleus Networks Inc. (Canada), and InterVision Systems (US) among others.Industry/ Innovation/ Related NewsMay 27, 2019 ---- Bharti Airtel (India), a leading telecommunications service provider announced its partnership with Zoom Video Communications Inc.(the US), a leading enterprise providing video-first unified communications service, to launch an integrated and secure platform for HD audio, video,  and web conferencing services.
Multi-Layer Security Market HighlightsThe global Multi-Layer Security Market is estimated to grow at a significant rate during the forecast period from 2019 to 2023The global multi-layer security market has been thriving, mainly due to the increasing advancements in network automation.The adoption of cloud-based services has been increasing due to the augmenting demand for a secure approach that can provide security at different levels in a network.Moreover, the adoption of multi-layer security technology in the banking and financial sectors is escalating the market on the global platform.Considering the rapid growth that the market is witnessing currently, Market Research Future (MRFR) in its recently published study analysis, asserts that the already booming global multi-layer security market would garner exponential accruals by 2023, registering an impressive CAGR throughout the forecast period 2018-2023.Get Free Sample Report For “Multi-Layer Security Market” @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/6953The surging security threats over networks and the Internet are contributing to the growth of the market.Moreover, the increase in numbers of users of Smartphone with legal compliance is anticipated to propel the market.Also, the high adoption of BYOD policies in the growing number of organizations is a key factor driving the multi-layer security marketMany end-use verticals across the industries are shifting their business operations to the cloud.Multi-level security thereby helps these enterprises to counter cyber-attacks at the network level, application level, and end-user level.Global Multi-layer Security Market– SegmentationFor the convenience of understanding, the report is segmented into five key dynamics;By Type                                : Proactive Security, Detective Security, and Reactive Security.By Component  : Solution and Service.By Deployment : On-cloud and On Premise.By End-user        : IT & Telecommunication, Military & Defense, Media & Entertainment, and Healthcare among others.By Region            : Europe, North America, Asia Pacific, and the Rest-of-the-World.Major Players:Some of the players leading the multi-layer security market include Gemalto NV (France), SolarWinds MSP (Scotland), Fortinet Inc. (US), Blue Solutions Limited (England), AT Inc. (US), Oracle Corporation (US), McAfee LLC (US), Symantec Corporation (US), F5 Networks Inc. (US), Cisco Systems Inc. (US), HP Development Company LP (US), Ingenico Group (France), Hitachi Ltd (Japan), IBM Corporation (US), Adept4 Ltd(UK), Microsoft Corporation (US), Raytheon (US), Bayshore Networks (US), Heimdal Security (Denmark), SNC-Lavalin (Canada), masterIT (US), Magal Security Systems Ltd (Israel), Apogee IT Services (US), Webroot Inc. (US), Compugen Inc. (US), Novosco Ltd. (Ireland), Tata Communications Ltd. (India), On-Site Technology (US), Nucleus Networks Inc. (Canada), and InterVision Systems (US) among others.Industry/ Innovation/ Related NewsMay 27, 2019 ---- Bharti Airtel (India), a leading telecommunications service provider announced its partnership with Zoom Video Communications Inc.(the US), a leading enterprise providing video-first unified communications service, to launch an integrated and secure platform for HD audio, video,  and web conferencing services.
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Sonia Randhawa is Vice President of Product Management at Venture Motions where she leads all products and services for Enterprise related innovation programs.As a technology pioneer, she began her career at IBM where she worked on World’s First Touch Screens Network – AJS – which won the Washington DC Smithsonian Award.For the past 15 years, Sonia has worked in Telecommunication, Enterprise Solutions, Internet Security, Automation, Semiconductors, AI, and IoT space.She has held several leadership roles at IBM, Telstra, Alcatel-Lucent, F5 Networks, and Intel Corporation.
Market AnalysisThe global virtual CPE market is predicted to touch USD 2600 million at a 27% CAGR over the forecast period (2016-2022), states the new Market Research Future (MRFR) report.Virtual CPE is a means to provide network services such as virtual private network connectivity, firewall security, and routing to enterprises with the help of software instead of dedicated hardware devices.Through virtual CPE, providers can help in simplifying as well as accelerating service delivery, configuring and managing devices remotely, thereby enabling customers in adjusting existing services or ordering new services on demand.Enterprises are benefitting primarily from virtual CPE as this augments the delivery of network services, needs minimal maintenance and allows remote connectivity.Get Free Virtual CPE Market Sample of Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/2397Various factors are propelling the virtual CPE market growth.These factors, as specified by the Market Research Future (MRFR) report, include the growing adoption of virtual CPE network infrastructure, growing need of enterprise mobility market, growing adoption of internet technologies, growing need for mobility, varying traffic patterns, and rising complexity of networks.On the contrary, the threat to data security, lack of technical expertise, and limited knowledge are factors that may hamper the virtual CPE market growth over the forecast period.Key PlayersLeading players profiled in the virtual CPE market report include Dell, Inc (US), International Business Machines, Corporation (US), Ericsson AB (Sweden), Cisco Systems, Inc (US), Verizon Wireless (US), Orange Business Services (The Netherlands), NEC Corporation (Japan), AT, Inc (US), Qosmos (France), and Intel Corporation (US).Along with the key players, the other players include Cloudify Platform Ltd (US), Cloudify Platform, ALTEN Calsoft Labs (US), Criterion Networks, Inc (US), F5 Networks, Inc (US), Anuta Networks (US), Fortinet Inc. (US), Accedian Networks Inc. (Canada), Lanner Electronics Incorporated (Taiwan), Ciena Corporation (US), RAD Data Communications (Israel), Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd (China), ADVA Optical Networking SE (Germany), Versa Networks, Inc. (US), Arista Networks, Inc (US), Brocade Communications System, Inc (US), Juniper Networks, Inc (US), and Hewlett Packard Enterprises (HPE) (US).Industry UpdatesApril 2019: Leading IP network equipment provider Patton Electronics has released its vSN (virtual SmartNode) line of virtualized network function software CPE products.
Global Mobile Accelerator Market was valued US$ 2.5 Bn in 2017 and is expected to reach US$ 9.4 Bn by 2026, at CAGR of 18 % during forecast period.Global Mobile Accelerator Market by ComponentMobile accelerator is transforming businesses and equipped them to adjust to the digital environment by assigning them with the power to modify business applications, without need to acquire the skill sets of programming.Mobile accelerator market is mainly driven by the increasing need for improved customer experience, combined with the cost to hold a customer.Increasing mobile traffic, mobile marketing is another reason to boost the growth of this market, as 50% of the digital ads budget is spent on mobile in 2016.Challenge faced by the mobile accelerator market is that in order to generate revenue, the data is shared with the third party vendors, thus, putting the consumers’ data at risk.One of the prominent global telecom service providers presented customized solution to the top 10% of its clients.Gap between the supposed customer experience and actual experience needs to be reduced by increase in the actual experience as the supposed experience standards are set way higher, because of the strong competition.Technological advancements, like the integration of cloud into various industry verticals is generating the need for expertise in these technologies as are becoming an integral part of business operations.Regulatory policies in the region, easily available and inexpensive skilled labor is making profitable not only for startups but also major multinationals as they are heavily in the region across various industry verticals.Increasing internet and smartphone penetration in the region can also being a major contribution for the mobile accelerators.Key players operated in market include Telefonaktiebolaget IM ericsson, Rockstart inc., Qualcomm inc., Mobidia technology inc., Ascom holding AG, Akamai Technologies, F5 Networks Inc, Yottaa Inc, Riverbed Technology Inc, Circadence, Nokia Siemens Networks, Mobixell Networks Inc, Juniper Networks Inc, Limelight Networks Inc, Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, Flash Networks Inc, and Propel Software Corporation.Scope of Global Mobile Accelerator Market:Global Mobile Accelerator Market by Component:• Source Optimization• Network Optimization• Client/Device OptimizationGlobal Mobile Accelerator Market by App Type:• Gaming• Business• Education• Travel• Entertainment• Banking• Health & Fitness• E-commerce• Social Networking• Location Based Service AppsGlobal Mobile Accelerator Market by End User:• Content Providers• Service Providers• Network Infrastructure ProvidersGlobal Mobile Accelerator Market by Geography:• North America• Asia Pacific• Europe• Latin America• Middle East & AfricaKey players operated in market include:• TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET IM ericsson• Rockstart inc.• Qualcomm inc.• Mobidia technology inc.• Ascom holding AG• Akamai Technologies• F5 Networks Inc• Yottaa Inc• Riverbed Technology Inc• Circadence• Nokia Siemens Networks• Mobixell Networks Inc• Juniper Networks Inc• Limelight Networks Inc• Huawei Technologies Co Ltd• Flash Networks Inc• Propel Software Corporation.
The global Clientless Remote Support Software market was valued at $XX million in 2018, and Radiant Insights, Inc. analysts predict the global market size will reach $XX million by the end of 2028, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2018 and 2028.This report provides detailed historical analysis of global market for Clientless Remote Support Software from 2013-2018, and provides extensive market forecasts from 2019-2028 by region/country and subsectors.Download Free Sample Report @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/2013-2028-report-on-global-clientless-remote-support-software-market/request-sample Leading players of Clientless Remote Support Software including: • Bomgar• Cisco WebEx• LogMeIn• TeamViewer• NTRglobal• Rsupport• F5 Networks, Inc• Citrix Systems• SimpleHelp• Techinline Market split by Type, can be divided into: • Enterprise• SMB Market split by Application, can be divided into: • IT Industry• Government• Education• Other Market split by Sales Channel, can be divided into: • Direct Channel• Distribution Channel Market segment by Region/Country including: • North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)• Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Russia and Spain etc.)• Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Australia and Southeast Asia etc.)• Middle East & Africa (South Africa, Egypt, Nigeria and Saudi Arabia etc.)Browse Full Research Report with TOC @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/2013-2028-report-on-global-clientless-remote-support-software-market Table of Contents Chapter 1 Clientless Remote Support Software Market Overview1.1 Clientless Remote Support Software Definition1.2 Global Clientless Remote Support Software Market Size Status and Outlook (2013-2028)1.3 Global Clientless Remote Support Software Market Size Comparison by Region (2013-2028)1.4 Global Clientless Remote Support Software Market Size Comparison by Type (2013-2028)1.5 Global Clientless Remote Support Software Market Size Comparison by Application (2013-2028)1.6 Global Clientless Remote Support Software Market Size Comparison by Sales Channel (2013-2028)1.7 Clientless Remote Support Software Market Dynamics1.7.1 Market Drivers/Opportunities1.7.2 Market Challenges/Risks1.7.3 Market News (Mergers/Acquisitions/ Expansion) Chapter 2 Clientless Remote Support Software Market Segment Analysis by Player2.1 Global Clientless Remote Support Software Sales and Market Share by Player (2016-2018)2.2 Global Clientless Remote Support Software Revenue and Market Share by Player (2016-2018)2.3 Global Clientless Remote Support Software Average Price by Player (2016-2018)2.4 Players Competition Situation & Trends2.5 Conclusion of Segment by Player Chapter 3 Clientless Remote Support Software Market Segment Analysis by Type3.1 Global Clientless Remote Support Software Market by Type3.1.1 Enterprise3.1.2 SMB3.2 Global Clientless Remote Support Software Sales and Market Share by Type (2013-2018)3.3 Global Clientless Remote Support Software Revenue and Market Share by Type (2013-2018)3.4 Global Clientless Remote Support Software Average Price by Type (2013-2018)3.5 Leading Players of Clientless Remote Support Software by Type in 20183.6 Conclusion of Segment by Type Chapter 4 Clientless Remote Support Software Market Segment Analysis by Application4.1 Global Clientless Remote Support Software Market by Application4.1.1 IT Industry4.1.2 Government4.1.3 Education4.1.4 Other4.2 Global Clientless Remote Support Software Sales and Market Share by Application (2013-2018)4.3 Leading Consumers of Clientless Remote Support Software by Application in 20184.4 Conclusion of Segment by Application Continued… Read all Reports of this category @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/catalog/ict About Radiant InsightsRadiant Insights is a platform for companies looking to meet their market research and business intelligence requirements.
According to a new market research report "Load Balancer Market by Component (Hardware, Software, and Services), Load Balancer Type (Global Load Balancer and Local Load Balancer), Deployment Type, (On-Premises and Cloud), Organization Size, Vertical, and Region - Global Forecast to 2023",  published by MarketsandMarkets™, the load balancer market size expected to grow from $2.6 billion in 2018 to $5.0 billion by 2023, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 13.7% during the forecast period.Increased awareness among enterprises about the benefits of cloud and networking technologies coupled with increasing network complexity and varied traffic pattern are major growth factors for the global load balancer market.Browse in-depth TOC on "Load Balancer Market"67- Tables 43- Figures 151- PagesDownload PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=236964606Integration and deployment services segment to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast periodIntegration and deployment services help enterprises in the efficient deployment of load balancers to provide effective network traffic distribution.Integration services provide effective integration of vendors’ load balancing offerings with clients’ existing infrastructure and business functions.Global load balancer segment to grow at a higher rate during the forecast periodThe global load balancer segment is expected to grow at a higher CAGR in the load balancer market by load balancer type during the forecast period.Companies are increasingly deploying server resources at multiple locations that require efficient traffic distribution resulting in an increased demand for load balancers.Cloud-based deployment type segment to grow at a higher rate during the forecast periodThe cloud-based load balancer segment is expected to grow at a higher CAGR in the load balancer market by deployment type during the forecast period.Hence, it needs load balancer services to minimize the expenditure on IT infrastructure and distribute the network traffic equally.Speak to Research Expert @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/speaktoanalystNew.asp?id=236964606The report also studies various growth strategies, such as mergers and acquisitions, partnerships and collaborations, and developments, adopted by major players to expand their presence in the global load balancer market.Major vendors in the global load balancer market include AWS (US), F5 Networks (US), Citrix Systems (US), Microsoft (US), HPE (US), IBM (US), Google (US), Imperva (US), NGINX (US), Radware (Israel), Fortinet (US), A10 Networks (US), Kemp Technologies (US), Riverbed Technologies (US), Fastly (US), Dialogic (US), Avi Networks (US), Joyent (US), Inlab Software (Germany), Cloudflare, Inc. (US), Zevenet (Spain), Array Networks (US), Avanu (US), Barracuda Networks (US), and loadbalancer.org (UK).About MarketsandMarkets™MarketsandMarkets™ provides quantified B2B research on 30,000 high growth niche opportunities/threats which will impact 70% to 80% of worldwide companies’ revenues.Currently servicing 7500 customers worldwide including 80% of global Fortune 1000 companies as clients.
Market Analysis                  The global virtual CPE market is predicted to touch USD 2600 million at a 27% CAGR over the forecast period (2016-2022), states the new Market Research Future (MRFR) report.Virtual CPE is a means to provide network services such as virtual private network connectivity, firewall security, and routing to enterprises with the help of software instead of dedicated hardware devices.Through virtual CPE, providers can help in simplifying as well as accelerating service delivery, configuring and managing devices remotely, thereby enabling customers in adjusting existing services or ordering new services on demand.Enterprises are benefitting primarily from virtual CPE as this augments the delivery of network services, needs minimal maintenance and allows remote connectivity.Get Free Virtual CPE Market Sample of Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/2397Various factors are propelling the virtual CPE market growth.These factors, as specified by the Market Research Future (MRFR) report, include the growing adoption of virtual CPE network infrastructure, growing need of enterprise mobility market, growing adoption of internet technologies, growing need for mobility, varying traffic patterns, and rising complexity of networks.On the contrary, the threat to data security, lack of technical expertise, and limited knowledge are factors that may hamper the virtual CPE market growth over the forecast period.Key PlayersLeading players profiled in the virtual CPE market report include Dell, Inc (US), International Business Machines, Corporation (US), Ericsson AB (Sweden), Cisco Systems, Inc (US), Verizon Wireless (US), Orange Business Services (The Netherlands), NEC Corporation (Japan), AT, Inc (US), Qosmos (France), and Intel Corporation (US).Along with the key players, the other players include Cloudify Platform Ltd (US), Cloudify Platform, ALTEN Calsoft Labs (US), Criterion Networks, Inc (US), F5 Networks, Inc (US), Anuta Networks (US), Fortinet Inc. (US), Accedian Networks Inc. (Canada), Lanner Electronics Incorporated (Taiwan), Ciena Corporation (US), RAD Data Communications (Israel), Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd (China), ADVA Optical Networking SE (Germany), Versa Networks, Inc. (US), Arista Networks, Inc (US), Brocade Communications System, Inc (US), Juniper Networks, Inc (US), and Hewlett Packard Enterprises (HPE) (US).Industry UpdatesApril 2019: Leading IP network equipment provider Patton Electronics has released its vSN (virtual SmartNode) line of virtualized network function software CPE products.This will offer cloud-native software CPE products for download as well as deployment with bare-metal on premise hardware or universal CPE.Market SegmentationThe Market Research Future report provides a wide segmental analysis of the virtual CPE market based on service, solution, deployment, and application.Based on service, the virtual CPE market is segmented into managed and professional service.
SummaryWiseGuyReports.com adds “Network Encryption Market 2019 Global Analysis, Growth, Trends and Opportunities Research Report Forecasting to 2024” reports to its database.Network encryption (sometimes called network layer, or network level encryption) is a network security process that applies crypto services at the network transfer layer – above the data link level, but below the application level.The network transfer layers are layers 3 and 4 of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) reference model, the layers responsible for connectivity and routing between two end points.Using the existing network services and application software, network encryption is invisible to the end user and operates independently of any other encryption processes used.Data is encrypted only while in transit, existing as plaintext on the originating and receiving hosts.In 2018, the global Network Encryption market size was xx million US$ and it is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2025.This report focuses on the global Network Encryption status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players.The study objectives are to present the Network Encryption development in United States, Europe and China.The key players covered in this study Cisco Thales Esecurity Atos Juniper Networks Certes Networks Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity Adva Gemalto Nokia Colt Technology Services Aruba Huawei Ciena Eci Telecom Senetas Viasat F5 Networks Raytheon Arris Stormshield Atmedia Securosys Packetlight Networks Quantum Corporation Technical Communication CorporationRequest a Free Sample Report @ https://www.wiseguyreports.com/sample-request/4001374-global-network-encryption-market-size-status-and-forecast-2019-2025Market segment by Type, the product can be split into Hardware Platform ServicesMarket segment by Application, split into Large Enterprises Small and Medium-Sized EnterprisesMarket segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers United States Europe China Japan Southeast Asia India Central & South AmericaThe study objectives of this report are: To analyze global Network Encryption status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players.To present the Network Encryption development in United States, Europe and China.
SummaryWiseGuyReports.com adds “Web Application Firewall (WAF) Market 2019 Global Analysis, Growth, Trends and Opportunities Research Report Forecasting to 2024” reports to its database.A web application firewall (WAF) is an application firewall for HTTP applications.The web application firewall market is expected to be witnessing a traction, due to the increasing importance of web applications, the rise in instances of web attacks, such as cyber theft, espionage, vandalism, and fraud, government regulations, the need for compliance and the technological proliferation, and the increasing penetration of IoT.In 2018, the global Web Application Firewall (WAF) market size was xx million US$ and it is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2025.This report focuses on the global Web Application Firewall (WAF) status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players.The study objectives are to present the Web Application Firewall (WAF) development in United States, Europe and China.The key players covered in this study Imperva Akamai Barracuda Citrix Cloudflare Denyall Ergon Informatik F5 Networks Fortinet Penta Security Systems Radware Trustwave Nsfocus Sophos Positive Technologies Stackpath Zenedge QualysRequest a Free Sample Report @ https://www.wiseguyreports.com/sample-request/3974786-global-web-application-firewall-waf-market-size-status-and-forecast-2019-2025Market segment by Type, the product can be split into Professional Services Managed ServicesMarket segment by Application, split into Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance (BFSI) Retail IT and Telecommunications Government and Defense Healthcare Energy and Utilities Education OthersMarket segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers United States Europe China Japan Southeast Asia India Central & South AmericaThe study objectives of this report are: To analyze global Web Application Firewall (WAF) status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players.To present the Web Application Firewall (WAF) development in United States, Europe and China.To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their development plan and strategies.
SummaryWiseGuyReports.com adds “Web Performance Market 2019 Global Analysis, Growth, Trends and Opportunities Research Report Forecasting to 2024” reports to its database.Web performance refers to the speed in which web pages are downloaded and displayed on the user’s web browser.Business operations in the IT and telecom vertical are mostly dependent on the web, which makes it necessary to use web performance solutions for qualitative and personalized web experiences.In 2018, the global Web Performance market size was xx million US$ and it is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2025.This report focuses on the global Web Performance status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players.The study objectives are to present the Web Performance development in United States, Europe and China.The key players covered in this study Akamai Dynatrace Micro Focus IBM F5 Networks CA Technologies Neustar New Relic Cloudflare Cavisson Netmagic Solutions Cdnetworks Zenq ThousandeyesRequest a Free Sample Report @ https://www.wiseguyreports.com/sample-request/3974788-global-web-performance-market-size-status-and-forecast-2019-2025Market segment by Type, the product can be split into On-premises CloudMarket segment by Application, split into Telecom and IT Government Automotive Logistics and Transportation Healthcare OthersMarket segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers United States Europe China Japan Southeast Asia India Central & South AmericaThe study objectives of this report are: To analyze global Web Performance status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players.To present the Web Performance development in United States, Europe and China.To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their development plan and strategies.
Diameter Signaling Market Scenario: Market Research Future projects a detailed report on the recent trends, various challenges faced, and the segments of the diameter signaling market.The network and speed of data transmission are together converting to IP, and the world is observing heavy traffic of data.In the spot of these factors, there is a rising need to develop new signaling infrastructure to offset the challenges such as scalability and maintenance, the flexibility of a network, security, interconnect and protocol interworking & transparency are contributing to the market’s growth.In the latest, the network service providers are transforming from the existing platform to LTE, which gives the prospect to the users to avail of various applications.Therefore, change in the selection pattern of global subscribers is also propelling the diameter signaling market growth worldwide.Access Report Details @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/reports/diameter-signaling-market-2029 Major Key Players:The prominent players of the diameter signaling market are listed as Ericsson AB (Sweden), Inc. (U.S), Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd (China), F5 Networks, Sonus (U.S.), Oracle Corporation (U.S), Mitel Networks Corporation (Canada).
Market AnalysisThe global virtual CPE market is predicted to touch USD 2600 million at a 27% CAGR over the forecast period (2016-2022), states the new Market Research Future (MRFR) report.Virtual CPE is a means to provide network services such as virtual private network connectivity, firewall security, and routing to enterprises with the help of software instead of dedicated hardware devices.Through virtual CPE, providers can help in simplifying as well as accelerating service delivery, configuring and managing devices remotely, thereby enabling customers in adjusting existing services or ordering new services on demand.Enterprises are benefitting primarily from virtual CPE as this augments the delivery of network services, needs minimal maintenance and allows remote connectivity.Get Free Virtual CPE Market Sample of Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/2397Various factors are propelling the virtual CPE market growth.These factors, as specified by the Market Research Future (MRFR) report, include the growing adoption of virtual CPE network infrastructure, growing need of enterprise mobility market, growing adoption of internet technologies, growing need for mobility, varying traffic patterns, and rising complexity of networks.On the contrary, the threat to data security, lack of technical expertise, and limited knowledge are factors that may hamper the virtual CPE market growth over the forecast period.Key PlayersLeading players profiled in the virtual CPE market report include Dell, Inc (US), International Business Machines, Corporation (US), Ericsson AB (Sweden), Cisco Systems, Inc (US), Verizon Wireless (US), Orange Business Services (The Netherlands), NEC Corporation (Japan), AT, Inc (US), Qosmos (France), and Intel Corporation (US).Along with the key players, the other players include Cloudify Platform Ltd (US), Cloudify Platform, ALTEN Calsoft Labs (US), Criterion Networks, Inc (US), F5 Networks, Inc (US), Anuta Networks (US), Fortinet Inc. (US), Accedian Networks Inc. (Canada), Lanner Electronics Incorporated (Taiwan), Ciena Corporation (US), RAD Data Communications (Israel), Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd (China), ADVA Optical Networking SE (Germany), Versa Networks, Inc. (US), Arista Networks, Inc (US), Brocade Communications System, Inc (US), Juniper Networks, Inc (US), and Hewlett Packard Enterprises (HPE) (US).Industry UpdatesApril 2019: Leading IP network equipment provider Patton Electronics has released its vSN (virtual SmartNode) line of virtualized network function software CPE products.This will offer cloud-native software CPE products for download as well as deployment with bare-metal on premise hardware or universal CPE.Market SegmentationThe Market Research Future report provides a wide segmental analysis of the virtual CPE market based on service, solution, deployment, and application.Based on service, the virtual CPE market is segmented into managed and professional service.
SummaryWiseGuyReports.com adds “Application Delivery Network (ADN) Market 2019 Global Analysis, Growth, Trends and Opportunities Research Report Forecasting to 2024” reports to its database.Global Application Delivery Network (ADN) market competition by top manufacturers, with production, price, revenue (value) and market share for each manufacturer; the top players including Citrix Systems F5 Networks Radware A10 Networks Akamai Technologies Barracuda Networks Brocade Communications systems Fortinet HPE Juniper Networks Riverbed Technology Request a Free Sample Report @ https://www.wiseguyreports.com/sample-request/3894095-global-application-delivery-network-adn-market-data-survey-report-2013-2025The main contents of the report including: Global market size and forecast Regional market size, production data and export & import Key manufacturers profile, products & services, sales data of business Global market size by Major Application Global market size by Major TypeMajor applications as follows: High-Tech Education Media And Entertaintment BFSI Government Others Major Type as follows: Application delivery controllers (ADC) WAN Optimization controllers (WOC) Application Security Equipments Application Gateways Regional market size, production data and export & import: Asia-Pacific North America Europe South America Middle East & AfricaAt Any Query @ https://www.wiseguyreports.com/enquiry/3894095-global-application-delivery-network-adn-market-data-survey-report-2013-2025Major Key Points in Table of Content1 Global Market Overview 1.1 Scope of Statistics 1.1.1 Scope of Products 1.1.2 Scope of Manufacturers 1.1.3 Scope of Application 1.1.4 Scope of Type 1.1.5 Scope of Regions/Countries 1.2 Global Market Size 2 Regional Market 2.1 Regional Production 2.2 Regional Demand 2.3 Regional Trade 3 Key Manufacturers 3.1 Citrix Systems 3.1.1 Company Information 3.1.2 Product & Services 3.1.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin) 3.1.4 Recent Development 3.2 F5 Networks 3.2.1 Company Information 3.2.2 Product & Services 3.2.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin) 3.2.4 Recent Development 3.3 Radware 3.3.1 Company Information 3.3.2 Product & Services 3.3.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin) 3.3.4 Recent Development 3.4 A10 Networks 3.4.1 Company Information 3.4.2 Product & Services 3.4.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin) 3.4.4 Recent Development 3.5 Akamai Technologies 3.5.1 Company Information 3.5.2 Product & Services 3.5.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin) 3.5.4 Recent Development 3.6 Barracuda Networks 3.6.1 Company Information 3.6.2 Product & Services 3.6.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin) 3.6.4 Recent Development 3.7 Brocade Communications systems 3.7.1 Company Information 3.7.2 Product & Services 3.7.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin) 3.7.4 Recent Development 3.8 Fortinet 3.8.1 Company Information 3.8.2 Product & Services 3.8.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin) 3.8.4 Recent Development 3.9 HPE 3.9.1 Company Information 3.9.2 Product & Services 3.9.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin) 3.9.4 Recent Development 3.10 Juniper Networks 3.10.1 Company Information 3.10.2 Product & Services 3.10.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin) 3.11 Riverbed Technology 3.11.1 Company Information 3.11.2 Product & Services 3.11.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin) 4 Major Application 4.1 High-Tech 4.1.1 Overview 4.1.2 High-Tech Market Size and Forecast 4.2 Education 4.2.1 Overview 4.2.2 Education Market Size and Forecast 4.3 Media And Entertaintment 4.3.1 Overview 4.3.2 Media And Entertaintment Market Size and Forecast 4.4 BFSI 4.4.1 Overview 4.4.2 BFSI Market Size and Forecast 4.5 Government 4.5.1 Overview 4.5.2 Government Market Size and Forecast 4.6 Others 4.6.1 Overview 4.6.2 Others Market Size and Forecast Continued….Contact Us: [email protected]: +1-646-845-9349 (US); Ph: +44 208 133 9349 (UK)
Recently published a report entitled Load Balancer Market projected till 2026, added by Value Market Research, covers key players along with their market share and strategic development adopted by them.Further, the report provides market size, share, trends, outlook and forecast based on historical data coupled with drivers, restraints, and opportunities.The entire load balancer market has been sub-categorized into type and application.The report provides an analysis of these subsets with respect to the geographical segmentation.This research study will keep marketer informed and helps to identify the target demographics for a product or service.Request a FREE Sample Copy of Load Balancer Market Report with Full TOC At: https://www.valuemarketresearch.com/contact/load-balancer-market/download-sampleBy Type40 Gbps TypeBy ApplicationIT & TelecomBFSIGovernmentOthersThe research report also covers the comprehensive profiles of the key players in the market and an in-depth view of the competitive landscape worldwide.The major players in the load balancer market include A10 Networks, Array Networks, Barracuda, Brocade, Citrix, F5 Networks, Fortinet, Hangzhou DPtech Technologies Co., Ltd., Kemp Technologies, Radware, Riverbed Technology and Sangfor.This section includes a holistic view of the competitive landscape that includes various strategic developments such as key mergers & acquisitions, future capacities, partnerships, financial overviews, collaborations, new product developments, new product launches, and other developments.This section covers regional segmentation which accentuates on current and future demand for load balancer market across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa.
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