'Many SD-WAN start-ups won't make it' - Aruba Networks VP

Tom Wright
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Aruba solutions VP Lissa Hillinger claims smaller vendors will suffer in a 'fragmented' market

A large number of start-ups in the SD-WAN space will most likely not survive past their funding phases, according to Aruba Networks VP Lissa Hollinger. SD-WAN has become a crowded market, with a...

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