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PureSquare | February 14, 2023
PureVPN, a leading digital security and privacy solution provider, recently announced the launch of PureSquare, which will serve as PureVPN's parent company. With the rapidly changing cybersecurity landscape in the wake of a pandemic that has driven more people online and, therefore, more exposed to cyberattacks, PureSquare strives to give a more holistic and simpler approach to these challenges.
PureVPN was established more than 15 years ago and has built itself into a global corporation serving 3 million internet customers. Since then, its journey has consistently evolved, with the most recent product being a holistic platform that provides layers of user-friendly digital protection and online privacy.
PureSquare provides a wide range of products to meet the rising privacy and security demands. These consist of the following:
PureVPN: A high-quality, no-log certified VPN service that uses encrypted networks to make your online activity private, secure and anonymous.
PurePrivacy: A privacy tool that streamlines Instagram and Facebook's social media settings.
PureKeep: A password manager that creates, stores, and applies secure passwords.
PureEncrypt: A cloud-based encryption tool that protects user data in an encrypted vault that only they can access. It encrypts photographs, videos, and files so that they may be stored online securely.
PureWL: White-Label VPN solutions with custom applications, increased value for SaaS suppliers, online security for Managed Service Provider users and easy integration for hardware manufacturers.
PureDome: An extensive platform that enables teams to connect and manage access to networks, files, and servers anytime from anywhere in the world.
PureSquare strives to enable individuals to take control of their digital identity and keep their professional and personal online identities safe with powerful encryption algorithms, a user-friendly interface, and a wide range of cybersecurity solutions.
PureVPN marked significant milestones in 2022 by becoming the first commercial VPN service provider to deliver quantum-resistant capabilities. In addition, PureVPN announced an extensive rebranding project only a few months ago, with the goal of not just changing its visual identity but also continuing and expanding its mission to enable individuals to be safe, secure, and free to be themselves online.
With the launch of PureSquare, the creators of PureVPN are continuing the firm's transformation from a single-product company to a top provider of holistic cybersecurity solutions.
PureSquare, founded in 2006, is a holistic platform providing user-friendly digital security & online privacy. It is the parent company of PureVPN, which was established more than 15 years ago, and has built itself into a global corporation serving 3 million internet customers. The distinctive PureSquare logo draws inspiration from its commitment to providing user-friendly digital protection and online privacy. The white area in the middle represents a secure space, while the lines and layers around it represent the privacy and security aspects of their products.
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Graphiant | March 20, 2023
Graphiant, a provider of next-generation edge services, launched the Graphiant G-Force Partner Program today. Graphiant Network Edge is a solution that provides connectivity between the enterprise WAN, hybrid cloud, network edge, customers and partners, all delivered as-a-Service. The new program enables Partners to offer an as-a-Service consumption model that will enable future business growth for partners and their customers.
The Graphiant G-Force Partner Program is focused on three core principles:
100% Channel – Graphiant is committed to always selling through partners – 100% of the time. This channel centric go-to-market strategy gives partners the confidence to explore new strategic focus areas.
Simplicity – Graphiant’s simple single-tier program and true partnership approach makes it easy to sell.
Growth – Graphiant’s innovative consumption-based model allows partners to address the major transformation of their customer’s enterprise architectures – resulting in new revenue opportunities.
“The Graphiant G-Force program offers an unprecedented opportunity for our partners to maximize the promise of the as-a-Service consumption model and increase profit margins,” says Khalid Raza, founder and CEO of Graphiant.
The Graphiant G-Force Partner Program includes:
Protected Margins. Guaranteed healthy margins for all opportunities.
Graphiant Partner Portal. Single point of access for simple deal registration and management, training materials and a content library.
Partner Reinvestment Funds. For marketing development to expand revenue with existing accounts and drive new leads.
“As consumption models gain traction, we are committed to working with innovative startups to help solve customer challenges,” said Mike Taylor, CTO at World Wide Technology. “Graphiant has taken a unique approach to delivering wide-area services at scale to reduce complexity in an aaS model.”
“We aim to solve enterprises’ challenges, connecting resources, clouds and applications across the digital transformation journey,” said Katherine Walther, VP of Innovation at Trace3. “We are excited about the benefits of Graphiant’s G-Force Partner Program as we continue to grow our partnership.”
Graphiant is a Silicon Valley-based provider of next-generation edge services. Led by Khalid Raza, the co-founder of SDWAN pioneer Viptela, Graphiant has developed the Graphiant Network Edge, an “as-a-Service” solution that provides connectivity between the enterprise WAN, hybrid cloud, network edge, customers and partners. Graphiant’s Network Edge combines MPLS-like performance (guaranteed delivery and privacy) and Internet-class agility to enable network architects to build enterprise-grade networks at the speed of business.
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MacStadium | February 20, 2023
MacStadium, a company that makes Mac private clouds and software-as-a-service, said that its Orka Platform is a great alternative for businesses that want to switch from VMware's vSphere ESXi running macOS on last-generation Intel-based Mac computers to its Orka Platform. The Orka Platform from MacStadium is a complete solution that lets businesses switch from VMware's vSphere ESXi running macOS on Intel-based Mac computers from the last generation to their own private cloud.
The Orka Platform works with Apple chips and gives a smooth alternative to VMware's announcement in October that vSphere ESXi 7.0 will no longer support macOS. The Orka Platform has everything developers need to replace vSphere ESXi workloads on Mac platforms, such as high-performance virtual macOS environments, easy orchestration through RESTful APIs, enterprise-grade performance, and Kubernetes support.
Greg McGraw, co-founder and CEO at MacStadium, said, “Orka Platform represents the perfect tool for application development teams who rely on using virtualized Mac compute and must now move on from VMware.” He added, “MacStadium already has helped leading organizations seamlessly transition to the Orka Platform from VMware. He also said, "Orka Platform supports Apple silicon, and the MacStadium team will assist those making the migration with a customized proof-of-concept environment, as well as all the technical support they require.”
Customers who switch from VMware can get a free, customized proof-of-concept environment as well as technical support from MacStadium. MacStadium's Orka Platform has a number of benefits for businesses that want to move away from VMware's vSphere (ESXi) running macOS.
MacStadium provides enterprise-level infrastructure-as-a-service for workloads that require macOS. They offer private clouds and dedicated servers, all-flash and disk-based SAN storage, and Mac private cloud solutions. Their services are trusted by iOS developers, mobile testing teams, and DevOps engineers worldwide. They have five data centers for reliability and offer support from trained experts. MacStadium was started in 2011 in Atlanta and only makes cloud solutions for macOS that are scalable, secure, and new. They also offer the Orka® Platform, the only virtualization layer available for Mac-based infrastructure.