A10 Networks enhances data center efficiency with AX 3200-12 and AX 3400 ADCs


By Telecom Lead Team: A10
Networks has unveiled two new 64-bit models in its AX Series ADC family, the AX
3200-12 and AX 3400.

 

The new models provide
significant performance and cost advantages to enterprise organizations and
service providers.

 

In addition, AX 3200-12 and
AX 3400 are compact and energy efficient 1 Rack Unit (RU) appliances with
dedicated Flexible Traffic ASICs (FTAs) for Distributed DoS (DDoS) attack
prevention, to enhance data center security.


“IT
trends such as cloud computing, multi-layer security and high compute per rack
unit are essential to ensure applications can keep pace with rapidly expanding
user demand,” said Joe Skorupa, Research VP for Data Center Convergence at
Gartner. 


Application
networking vendors are enabling these trends with scalable, compact application
delivery controllers that help customers create scalable, high performance
application deployments.


“The
AX 3200-12 and AX 3400’s highly efficient and compact design ups the ante with
industry leading performance at an attractive price point. For example, one
recent enterprise consolidation project involved new AX 3200-12s replacing
incumbent ADCs at a ratio of 4-to-1,” said Lee Chen, founder and CEO for
A10 Networks.


AX
Series customers will be able to take advantage of A10’s Advanced Core
Operating System (ACOS) and FTA technologies to deliver content and services
predictably and more securely over the Internet.


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