Zenlayer and MainOne have partnered to greatly expand connectivity between West Africa and international companies.
We are very pleased to announce our new membership with LF Edge! LF Edge is a group of projects devoted to building an open-source framework for the edge.
Telin Singapore CEO Andreuw Th.A.F and Zenlayer CEO and Founder Joe Zhu announced a partnership today between their two companies to bring Cloud Networking to Southeast Asia.
SD-WAN uses a single system to control your entire network. Because your network is defined by software, adding or removing connections becomes a cinch – you just have to tell the computer what to add and where it is. It’s like having a GPS for your data that can also build roads.
Investors are recognizing Zenlayer’s success with another round of funding, this time totaling $30 million. The majority of these funds will be used to expand globally and to further research and development.
Alexander Wang is making use of Zenlayer’s extensive resources to do a fascinating project about predicting network traffic and flow. The project ties into Zenlayer’s push to devote more resources to research and development, particularly intent-based networking.
Zenlayer opened its latest new office on July 24th, this time in China’s tech hub Hangzhou. This new office will be devoted to research and development, primarily for Zenlayer’s Cloud…
What exactly does an access control list do? It acts as the gatekeeper of your network by regulating all incoming and outgoing data packets.
Stand-alone SD-WAN solutions don’t completely packet loss and network errors. But by using forward error correction, it’s possible to significantly improve the integrity of your network.
What’s the difference between Zenlayer SD-WAN and other implementations? And what makes Zenlayer’s solution so special?