NaaS by Nile Prioritizes Simplified ITOps and Securely Transformed Operations

NaaS by Nile Prioritizes Simplified ITOps and Securely Transformed Operations

By Alex Passett

In our world today, where might one find an answer to challenges that universities face in bringing knowledge to the fore for eager students? An answer for teachers trying to teach, uninterrupted? For hospitals working to the bone, so to speak, to achieve a truly excellent quality of healthcare? And for IT leaders seeking hassle-free environments in which they can further innovate?

Well, at least one such answer here comes from Nile, and it’s delivered completely as a service.

Let’s break this down.

“Nile is a revolutionary network with verifiable service levels that capably deliver a high-definition, always-on experience, guaranteed,” one spokesperson for Nile said. “It’s Nile’s sophisticated automation monitors and resolves issues without human intervention, as it constantly adapts to an organization’s needs. The Nile network offers a usage-based consumption model that brings real predictability to network costs and is powered by new, patented technologies based on the principles of zero trust. Built from the ground up to deliver the heightened level of security that today’s businesses demand, this is the network future.

And it flows, so it would seem, through Nile.

Zero-trust, guaranteed network performance and simplified IT operations with NaaS; in this case, not just “Network as a Service,” but “Nile as a Service” as well. NaaS by Nile can deliver enterprise wired and wireless LAN connectivity completely as a service; it brings cloud-grade agility to campus networks, it leverages automation and AI to deliver self-tuning network performance, and it secures your LAN with the aforementioned zero trust.

Custom network design. Automated BoM and shipping. Easy installation, full lifecycle management and more. That’s simplified ITOps from Nile.

And now, Nile has received a boost – one that will propel its vision to reengineer a new network service that eradicates decades of undue complexities – in the form of its $175 million Series C investment round co-led by March Capital and Sanabil Investments. It also saw strategic participation from solutions by stc, stc CIF (Corporate Investment Fund), plus Prosperity7, Liberty Global Ventures, and additional contributions from 8VC, Geodesic Capital, FirstU Capital, and Valor Equity Partners.

So, substantial Series C funding to rearchitect networks that once surprised the energy of overstressed IT leaders. That’s what Nile has to radically increase network reliability, protect against advanced cybercrimes, and expand the company’s global position.

Sounds all-around good here, if you ask us.

Built with a steadfast commitment to security, Nile's service incorporates Campus Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) principles by design, and it automates network access control (NAC) mechanisms that have traditionally required significant manual effort to provision and maintain. Moreover, this focus on security has enabled Nile to achieve top-tier certifications, including ISO 27001, SOC2 Type II, and CSA Level 1, validating its position in network service delivery to enterprises.

"Nile is now in a strong position to take advantage of several paradigm shifts occurring across technology ecosystems," said Pankaj Patel, CEO and co-founder of Nile. "Cloud-born edge infrastructure solutions are altering the way we engage with each other and interact with physical spaces in offices, schools, and venues. AI is enabling data-driven decision-making to be adopted rapidly. Cloud migration strategies for anywhere access to enterprise apps is top of mind for IT executives, creating a tremendous opportunity for Nile. These trends present unique challenges in the way enterprise infrastructure is consumed, and Nile is committed to addressing them head-on, making our service as agile and innovative as the technology solutions it enables."

Edited by Greg Tavarez
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