MAHWAH, New Jersey April 24, 2012
Today’s carriers, mobile operators and internet service providers (ISPs) must cost-effectively cope with technological initiatives and challenges to stay competitive and attract new clients. These include rolling-out new private and public cloud offerings, data center virtualization and consolidation, mobile traffic steering and IPv4 to IPv6 migration. Because of this, the telecommunications industry in general has been experiencing capacity problems and carriers have looked to ADC vendors for solutions to increase capacity, add efficiencies and refresh legacy switches with new ADC technologies.
Mark McIlvane North America
With Radware’s Alteon 10000, the carrier has an advanced ADC platform delivering up to 80 Gbps. of on-demand capacity for unparalleled application scalability, availability, reliability and performance. In addition, with Radware’s ADC-VX™ hypervisor, Alteon 10000 creates a powerful consolidation platform delivering the industry’s greatest virtual ADC (vADC) density on a single ADC platform for greater cost reduction and maximum business agility.
Radware’s Alteon 10000 provides performance leadership in Layer 4 through Layer 7 with performance metrics such as up to 11.2 million requests per second via UDP and to 2 million connections per second via TCP, as well as advanced application acceleration features with the highest SSL connections per second (for both 1024 bit and 2048 bit SSL keys). The 6-slots chassis of the Alteon 10000 accommodates 4 payload blades, each providing 20 Gbps. of throughput. As a result, it supports more traffic and more application transactions to ensure the best quality of experience for users with fast response times.
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SOURCE Radware Ltd