Array Networks has announced YoY growth of 40% which makes them the fastest growing region for Array globally. The key contributors for this growth have been Government, BFSI, Education, Media and Transportation verticals. This tremendous growth is being attributed to Array’s contribution in smart cities development in India.
In 2018, being part of India’s Smart Cities Mission has enabled Array Networks to generate over 5 million dollars revenue. This number is on the rise as Array Networks plays an active role in supporting the government advisory bodies by helping them to draft the application of cyber security policies. Array has successfully created a huge impact in both enterprise and government verticals with their Hyperconverged platform (AVX) for networking and security. Array is currently involved in various stages of implementation for over 15 smart city projects across India. Array will be part of additional 20 to 25 smart city projects this year.
“2018 was a very exciting year for Array Networks India growth in terms of newer accounts and head count. A good collaborative work from our team and channel partners has given us these exciting results. Smart city projects from across India have been the biggest contributors” said Shibu Paul, Regional Sales Director- APAC for Array Networks.”Our focus will continue to be on advanced security, application acceleration & performance based on our Hyperconverged Networking platform. We will also continue investing in training and certifying our partners.”
Array has assisted in devising futuristic data centers for smart cities by introducing unique concepts such as Hyperconvergence in networking into the Data Centers. Furthermore they have helped to implement advanced security encryption protocols like ECC to enhance application security at Data Centers. Array solutions are highly flexible and support massive throughput and millions of concurrent connections for scaling application availability without impacting application performance. These solutions intelligently direct traffic based on server location, load and health to enable faster application response times and provides multi-site failover in the event that geographically dispersed data centers become unavailable or unresponsive hence making them a perfect match for futuristic Data center in sustainable smart city development.