Hubert Da Costa, Cybera SVP and GM EMEA & APAC, commented: “We are delighted to receive this award. I’d like to congratulate the other finalists, and wholeheartedly thank Computing’s readers for voting for Cybera."
SLOUGH, England (PRWEB) December 03, 2019
Cybera, the leader in SD-WAN application network and security services for the network edge, has been awarded ‘Best Networking or Communications Provider’ in this year’s Computing Technology Product Awards.
The awards recognise the very best of the UK’s technology industry, from the most innovative and compelling products and vendors to the top use cases from end-user firms. The winners are determined by Computing’s readers, who vote on the short-listed entries.
The trophy was collected by Roger Jones, Cybera Solutions Director, EMEA, at an awards ceremony in London on Friday, 29th November.
Hubert Da Costa, Cybera SVP and GM EMEA & APAC, commented: “We are delighted to receive this award. I’d like to congratulate the other finalists, and wholeheartedly thank Computing’s readers for voting for Cybera. Although we’re still relatively new to the UK, we’re enjoying some really solid traction with our customers and partners. 2019 looks set to be our best year ever in EMEA—and I think this award is a reflection of the continued momentum we’re seeing.”
About Cybera Inc.
Cybera is the only cloud-based managed application network and security services company to fundamentally change the way distributed businesses use technology. The company’s purpose-built SD-WAN Edge solution empowers secure, accelerated adoption of new applications and services. Cybera technology is customer-proven at more than 90,000 locations worldwide, securely enabling critical distributed location services such as point-of-sale, loyalty, mobile payments, 4G backup, Guest Wi-Fi, IoT devices, and kiosks. For more information, visit cybera.com.
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