Trustgrid, a pioneer and leader in secure, cloud-native software-defined connectivity, announced the company has seen tremendous momentum in high-security environments, including financial services and large enterprise. Notably, the company has deployed more than 1,100 secure connections between application providers and their customer environments.
Trustgrid’s networking platform integrates the best elements of software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) and software-defined perimeter (SDP) technologies to manage Zero Trust network access (ZTNA) between any application, system or end user. As a platform with strong penetration into the fintech sector, Trustgrid has enabled more than $1 trillion in banking transactions to flow over its next generation SD-WAN connections.
Trustgrid also recently crossed the threshold of one billion “flows” over its secure connections. A “flow” can be considered any session that was opened and/or closed, or a single transaction between a remote data source and a centralized application. This not only shows the breadth of usage, but also Trustgrid’s achievement in handling enterprise demands at scale.
In addition to benefiting from secure connections and enhanced compliance, application providers using Trustgrid’s solution have accomplished quantifiable results. Companies working with Trustgrid have experienced network uptime of 99.9%, 75% reduction in deployment times, 50% lower total cost of connectivity, and zero downtime for patches and updates.
“Trustgrid is rethinking the way access and security is applied to network connections across the enterprise,” said Mark Stavrou, CEO of Trustgrid. “While these numbers demonstrate the size of our footprint, it also shows the level of trust that our customers have placed in our company.”
Trustgrid® is a pioneer and leader in secure, cloud-native software-defined connectivity. The company’s software-defined networking platform integrates the best elements of software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) and software-defined perimeter (SDP) technologies, to manage Zero Trust network access (ZTNA) between any application, system or end user. For more information, please visit www.trustgrid.io.