Exinda enables organisations to assure a predictable user experience for strategic business applications through policy-based WAN optimisation and Internet Control that intelligently allocate network bandwidth and optimise traffic based on the priorities of the business. Traditional WAN optimisation services - protocol optimisation and compression - have become table stakes capabilities for network operators. Unlike traditional approaches to the problem which tend to focus on acceleration of traffic only, Exinda focuses on user experience assurance which means Exinda customers can be confident they are delivering the right application to the right user at the right time. Exinda’s solutions provide actionable performance insights, policy-based bandwidth allocation, SLA dashboards, and recreational application control in addition to basic optimisation and compression.
Exinda has helped over 2,000 organisations worldwide reduce network operating costs and ensure consistent application performance over the WAN. The Exinda Unified Performance Management (UPM) solution encompasses application visibility, control, optimisation and intelligent acceleration - all within a single network appliance that is affordable and easy to manage.
With a single Exinda appliance, organisations can effectively monitor, manage and optimise their entire network. Unlike other solutions, Exinda requires no additional modules or add-on components. This makes Exinda not only more affordable but faster to implement and easier to manage. The complete, purpose-built Exinda solution allows network managers to spend their time optimising the network instead of managing the various point solutions themselves.
Founded in 2002, Exinda is headquartered in Boston, MA with corporate facilities in Toronto, Canada, and an expanding research and development facility in Waterloo, Canada. The company has significant sales and partner reach in the United Kingdom, Caribbean and Latin America, Europe, Middle East, and Asia. Research and Development is centralised in Melbourne, Australia.