Cloudbrink Recognised in Futuriom 50 Top Cloud Trends
Cloudbrink’s Hybrid Access as a Service featured as one of the strongest technologies driving the cloud market in 2023.
January 23rd, 2022 – SAN FRANCISCO –Today, Cloudbrink was included in the Futuriom 50, a market trends report by independent analysts firm Futuriom that identifies the top cloud trends and the private companies driving them. This recognition gives customers the confidence to switch over to Cloudbrink from legacy VPN and current ZTNA solutions to improve employee productivity and employee job satisfaction.
The Futuriom report featured Cloudbrink’s service, a cloud-native high-performance connectivity and security service. Cloudbrink’s service was acknowledged for providing secure connectivity and better application performance by speeding up network performance by up to 30X.
Cloudbrink’s Hybrid Access as a Service instantly transforms any home or public internet connection, including 4G/5G, to deliver business-grade in-office performance with robust reliability and zero trust security. Cloudbrink’s service is the world’s first high-performance ZTNA with personal SD-WAN and Moving Target Defense (MTD) security. The 100% software-only service increases employees' productivity resulting in a boost to morale.
Subbu Ponnuswamy, founder and CTO of Cloudbrink, said: “For too long, the hybrid workforce has had to deal with sub-optimal connectivity when working remotely. Our team of engineers includes some of the smartest brains in the industry who have built an innovative solution that solves real-world problems. It is great to be recognized for this breakthrough technology that enables remote employees to feel more connected and more productive. We are very pleased that our technology not only helps security and IT teams but also lifts staff morale and reduces employee churn for the businesses that adopt it.”
Futuriom notes that enterprises that have tested the software-only technology report performance improvements of up to 30x. For example, the software can reduce the effects of packet loss on file downloads and reduce the impact of latency and packet drop on video conference calls.
Prakash Mana, co-founder and chief executive officer of Cloudbrink, said: “We see tremendous adoption of Cloudbrink’s service across many different industries. It is great to receive another validation of our technology. We see the highest adoption with power users, in particular, replacing legacy VPN and current ZTNA solutions, but we are beginning to also see it be used in the office, especially for Zoom rooms.”
The full Futuriom report can be downloaded here
Cloudbrink brings the industry’s highest-performance connectivity to the modern hybrid workforce anywhere in the world. The company uses AI and ML to provide edge-native hybrid access as a service (HAaaS), delivering accelerated performance for cloud, SaaS and data center applications.
Cloudbrink’s HAaaS is a software-only solution that includes the world's first personal SD-WAN with high-performance ZTNA and moving target defense security. Using thousands of dynamic PoPs, Cloudbrink provides an in-office experience with a 30x increase in application performance. This in-office experience for remote users comes as a gateway-less SaaS architecture, significantly reducing operational complexity for network, security, and IT administrators.
The team includes co-founder Prakash Mana (former PulseSecure and Citrix) and founder Subbu Ponnuswamy (former Mojo Networks and Aruba).