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Array Networks is recognized as the Top Three ADC Players in India, Reports IDC

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Array Networks announced that it has secured third position in the application delivery controller (ADC) market as per IDC Ethernet Switch Tracker for Q2 2020. The Covid-19 pandemic disrupted the world sending markets into an unforeseen turbulence when compared to the situation during Q1 2020. Despite these factors Array Networks has emerged as one of the leaders in the Indian ADC Market with its market share at 17.7%.

“Array Networks has constantly maintained its position in the top three slots of the Indian ADC Market. The second quarter saw a huge change in dynamics where application delivery controller (ADC) took a back seat and focus was mainly placed on the security solutions and products to help organizations with remote working conditions. Despite this radical shift in the ADC market Array Networks has turned the disadvantage into an advantage and pushed in achieving the third position. This ranking by IDC is reinforcing the trust our customers have on our ADC products which are secure, scalable, agile, flexible and high performing,” said Shibu Paul, Vice President – International Sales at Array Networks.

Array’s ADC network infrastructure is not only affordable, but the consolidation of load balancing and server offloading capabilities make them more cost-effective and efficient. Array’s APV Series solutions are enterprise-class application delivery controllers with the proven ability to load balance, accelerate, secure and optimize enterprise applications and servers. The APV Series is available as physical/dedicated appliances and as virtual vAPV appliances. Array’s ADCs are designed to meet or exceed technical requirements while remaining simple to manage, scalable to accommodate future growth, and cost effective for almost any business or other organization. APV Series application delivery controllers can provide link load balancing, which helps ensure availability across multiple WAN connections.

This year, Array had broached the subject of the ‘Make In India’ initiative where they would be producing networking and security products in their product manufacturing unit set up in Bengaluru. The company successfully maintained its dominance in BFSI, PSU and Government sectors. With the customers ranging from universities to the biggest manufacturing powerhouses to telcos to the largest bank, the company’s India unit is presently one of the fastest-growing units.

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