CelerityX is a new player in the enterprise networks industry, revolutionizing networks in three key dimensions: network security, traffic routing, intent awareness, and observability. Their flagship product, OneX, is a zero-touch box compatible with any local broadband network and SIM cards. It incorporates geo-fencing capabilities to ensure security and control by deactivating if it exceeds a predefined radius.
In an exclusive interview with Bizz Buzz, Sameer Kanse, Chief Business Officer at CelerityX, discusses the role of technology in shaping the future of enterprise network solutions. He also discusses the advantages of broadband over satellite compared to traditional broadband and shares insights on navigating challenges and opportunities in Tier-II and Tier-III markets.
Traditional enterprise networks relied on restrictive frameworks for privacy and security. However, the rise of cloud-based applications, hybrid work models, and multi-device access has made network management more complex. New technologies like Software Defined Wide Area Networks (SD-WAN) and next-generation cloud-based firewalls are better equipped to meet the demands of a cloud-based economy compared to traditional MPLS-based networks and local firewalls. While established players are adapting to these changes, their progress is hindered by a need to protect their traditional business models.
New market entrants, free from legacy technology constraints, drive significant product innovations in rapidly evolving technologies. In the field of enterprise networks, these new players are transforming networks with a focus on network security, traffic routing, and intent awareness and observability. Additionally, machine learning and AI technologies are utilized to rapidly generate threat intelligence and enhance network security.
Broadband over satellite (BoS) offers uninterrupted connectivity across diverse geographical landscapes, making it a critical service for remote areas and as a backup link beyond city limits. Unlike fiber connectivity, BoS remains immune to disruptions caused by natural disasters. CelerityX has experienced success in projects involving BoS, such as enabling live interactive education for children in remote areas.
Tier-II and Tier-III markets are key growth areas for various industries, including retail, data centers, IT, and manufacturing. These markets offer significant consumption potential and talent acquisition opportunities. However, successful growth in these markets requires reliable connectivity. Traditional MPLS networks are often unviable or unavailable in these areas, posing challenges for network deployments. CelerityX’s OneX solution addresses these challenges by offering a robust, zero-touch box that can operate on any local broadband network and SIM cards. It even includes geo-fencing capabilities for enhanced security and control.
CelerityX was launched with the objective of simplifying the procurement and lifecycle management of network solutions. The company aims to streamline the process through digital enablement, providing services at the click of a button. Their unique NetX platform allows customers to transparently view and procure connectivity across various WAN types, while Services X-Operations handle the entire management burden. The SkyX service innovation, Broadband Over Satellite, ensures uninterrupted connectivity.
CelerityX brings a fresh approach to enterprise networks, offering innovative solutions that prioritize security, scalability, and ease of management. With their digital enablement and commitment to customer satisfaction, they are poised to make a significant impact in the industry.