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Maya Global Solutions Announces New SASE Services

Two new services support remote worker initiatives


These two services are incredibly powerful and solve quality issues experienced by SOHO, medium, and large enterprise locations.

Maya Global Solutions, a Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) Technology Leader, announced today the release of two new services for SOHO and Enterprise customers; Maya IQS and Maya IQSe. These new services deliver secure business communications over commodity internet connections, allowing workers to have a high-quality user experience without the expense of MPLS or other private circuits. The Maya solution is particularly important as more and more enterprises are supporting remote worker initiatives.

Both Maya IQS and IQSe work across all circuit types, identify traffic type, and automatically prioritizes traffic to achieve crisp, clear voice and video. The solution uses patented algorithms to manage traffic without intervention and is designed for zero-touch provisioning. Real-time analytics are provided to ensure health and uptime of the network.

As companies support an increasing number of remote staff, they are looking for effective ways to improve videoconferencing quality and responsiveness of cloud-based applications. Maya IQS and Maya IQSe both work with commodity broadband and can cost-effectively improve the user experience and extend corporate networks securely and reliably. “These two services are incredibly powerful and solve quality issues experienced by SOHO, medium, and large enterprise locations. Maya’s services can also play a critical role in reducing the cost and effort of supporting a remote workforce,” said Maya Global Solutions Chairman, Michael Mansouri.

About Maya Global Solutions

Maya was established in 2019 to help customers extend high quality and cost-effective communications to their remote locations. Maya’s IQS and IQSe services provide high-quality WAN performance, featuring visibility and security on any single commodity Internet connection. The key enabling technology, Dynamic Bandwidth Control, adapts in real-time to network capacity changes while maintaining quality and maximum throughput. The core technology is protected by a series of patent applications. The company is led by industry veteran Michael Mansouri and an experienced and talented management team. Maya is headquartered in Palo Alto, CA. 


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