Arrcus Blog

Aug. 22, 2022

Your Business doesn’t have boundaries. Your network shouldn’t either.

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Sanjay Kumar

At Arrcus we’ve engineered the next generation platform to deliver on the needs for a new reality. One that is scalable, agile, programmable, and secure. A network without boundaries so your business can grow without restrictions. Read More

Aug. 12, 2022

Convergence of Cloud and Communications worlds: Why Multi-cloud and Hybrid-cloud environments are even more critical.

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Sanjay Kumar

At Arrcus we are dedicated to bringing multi-cloud networking to enterprises, service providers and colocation providers. We’ve successfully illustrated this in our recent work with CoreSite, a leading provider of datacenter, cloud and colocation services. Read More

June 30, 2022

Arrcus ACE innovates for Hybrid and Multi-cloud connectivity for Enterprise and Co-location Providers

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Ashish Swaroop

As the consumption of digital workloads accelerates in these post-covid times, IT teams are stretched thin as they try to make applications available ubiquitously. These applications need access to data residing in digital islands such as - data centers, co-location providers, service provider hosted infrastructures, edge compute, 5G, and the public clouds. To provide seamless connectivity between applications and data, most enterprises are adopting public clouds as part of their IT strategy. While some enterprises prefer one cloud over others, to avoid vendor lock-ins and to avail best of breed services from each cloud provider, most enterprises prefer a multi-cloud approach. Read More

July 21, 2020

Accelerating Application Utilization with a New Paradigm in Multi-Cloud Networking

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Sreekanth Kannan

The era of application workloads deployed and consumed from enterprise data centers and the public cloud are exploding across our digital-first world. As these mid-to-large sized organizations rapidly expand to deploy their workloads either as monoliths or microservices, in virtual machines, in containers or as a hybrid – within their own data centers or in the public cloud, the need for a new networking architecture and solution is now critical. Read More