Radware ADC-VX powers KPN data center hosting and cloud services

By Telecom
Lead Team:
 Radware, a provider of application
delivery and application security solutions for virtual and
cloud data centers, announced that KPN, an ICT service-provider
in the Netherlands, has selected Radware ADC-VX.

Radware’s ADC-VX
is an ADC consolidation and virtualization platform to support KPN’s growing
hosting and cloud data center services for business applications.

The company
said that KPN wanted an application delivery controller (ADC) solution that
would deliver isolated environments and dedicated resources for each customer
to meet its customer service level agreements (SLA) along with the agility
needed to provide cloud services in a changing environment.

KPN with a new ADC virtualization solution is a natural fit to its virtual and
cloud data center design because it enables them to offer ADC services with a
desired cost per,” said Andre van Buiten, sales manager Netherlands,

With Radware’s
ADC-VX, KPN found a unique solution that allowed it to offer such an
environment to each customer by assigning a private, dedicated virtual ADC
instance per customer.

Radware’s ADC-VX on its Alteon 5412 application delivery switch, KPN is
able to host 28 different customers on one platform with complete isolation
between the customers.

ADC-VX solution will enable KPN to easily add more dedicated, isolated
instances with each new customer, all without the need — or cost — for
additional hardware.

solution benefits from Radware’s OnDemand strategy, which will allow KPN to
host additional customers just by upgrading the software license on the ADC-VX
devices and without a forklift upgrade of the hardware.

Recently, Radware
launched its Alteon 5224 application delivery controller (ADC) for enterprises.
The Alteon 5224 delivers on demand throughput scalability, highest and port
density, while offering the 10GE connectivity and ADC virtualization


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