Array Networks has launched its Amplifier – a load generating system for conducting performance tests, enabling testing of networking devices in terms of stress, scalability and throughput.
Array Networks engineers designed and developed Amplifier in the Array Center for Technology Innovation (ACTI) in Bangalore.
“Amplifier is a direct product of R&D investments made by the company in 2019; Array aims to further expand its product line and its fast-growing footprint in India,” said Michael Zhao, president and CEO of Array Networks.
Array India achieved 40 percent year-on-year growth and a CAGR of 37 percent in the past 5 years – driven by orders from the government, BFSI, aviation, entertainment and education verticals.
Array’s WAF and SSL Intercept are the two flagship products that gained traction across all the verticals, especially BFSI and government, ensuring 100 percent growth with three-fold increase in the number of customers, which added significantly to overall revenue growth.
“Array’s operation in India is one of the top contributors to the company’s overall global growth. Last year, we generated 70 percent of revenue from government and banks,” said Shibu Paul, vice president — International Sales of Array Networks.
The company is also planning to go beyond application delivery and will be launching its security product by April of 2020.
Array Networks said it will be a one-stop solution for businesses looking for a whole new approach to security that creates smart, agile and more context-aware protection against sophisticated web-based threats.
Array Networks aims to invest in manpower expansion by 45 percent. This will promote expansion to newer geographies, addition of newer technologies and collaborating with new partners.