Radware’s MSE is designed to address and add value for all aspects of application delivery and security for current and upcoming mobile data networks, as well as for the mobile data-centers:
- Enabling operators to gain full control, enhance scalability, flexibility and optimization over mobile data (including applications, Internet and OTT video) augmenting existing and future infrastructures.
- Capitalizing on new data center architectures to enhance application delivery under consolidated virtualized networks and IT infrastructure as well as enabling emerging mobile cloud service models
- Integrating and managing mobile security protection for critical services and network infrastructure under the service delivery framework
Carriers are seeing a change in terms of investment threats and partnership promotion whilst mobile providers are undergoing major technical and operational transformations. To address these shifts, operators need to invest in new application delivery technologies that will optimize emerging Long Term Evolution (LTE) and Evolved Packet Core (EPC) network architectures; realize new, cost-effective service models to deliver seamless mobile Internet services and applications with heightened quality of experience; and capitalize on new cloud-based service models by virtualizing the application delivery infrastructures of their mobile data centers.
MSE Core Components
Radware’s MSE strategy offers close integration with emerging mobile data ecosystems coupled with high-capacity platforms and advanced, mobile application delivery services, to deliver a solid, scalable set of solutions to fully address current and future mobile data challenges. The three main components of the approach include:
- Scalability through high-capacity platforms ADC-VX
- Integration to mobile data ecosystems APSolute Vision
- Mobile application delivery and security services
Introducing the Alteon 10000
Built on an Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture (ATCA) chassis to meet the most demanding requirements and regulations specific to the carrier sector – the Alteon 10000 fulfills the challenging capacity growth needs required by the carrier sector including Internet, video, mobile, critical business and network services (including DNS, Diameter, DHCP and LDAP), SIP and VoLTE over IMS traffic data.
Additionally, adopting Radware’s OnDemand approach, the chassis blades in the Alteon 10000 are hot swappable, allowing for blade replacements without stopping the entire chassis and thus, enabling for the use of the exact capacity required, preventing over-spending on the implementation initial solution. This ensures the best user experience and fastest response times for mission critical applications – resulting in effective, uninterrupted business operations. The Alteon 10000 is equipped with three AC/DC load sharing, hot-swappable power supplies and two hot-swappable fan trays – delivers carrier-grade reliability and unparalleled availability to effectively meet the dynamic demands of the mobile environment.
This press release may contain forward-looking statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from these forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, general business conditions in the Application Switching or Network Security industry, changes in demand for Application Switching or Network Security products, the timing and amount or cancellation of orders and other risks detailed from time to time in Radware’s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including Radware’s Form 20-F.
Joyce Anne Shulman
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SOURCE Radware Ltd.