Telecom Lead Team: Radware, a provider
of application delivery and application security solutions
for virtual and cloud data centers, has launched its Alteon 5224 application
delivery controller (ADC) for enterprises.
5224 delivers on demand throughput scalability, highest and port density, while
offering the 10GE connectivity and ADC virtualization capabilities.
5224 is an advanced ADC platform designed to meet the essential load balancing
and application acceleration needs of mission-critical applications for small
and midsize enterprises. It is capable of supporting up to 24 virtual ADC
(vADC) instances with throughput between 1 Gbps and 16 Gbps and built-in 10
Gigabit Ethernet (GE) ports.
Alteon 5224 advanced ADC platform provides a complete set of application
delivery services that ensure the availability, performance and security for
applications – while topping any other alternative ADC on the market,” said
Nir Ilani, director, product marketing, application delivery at Radware.
Radware’s Alteon 5224 offers carrier-grade reliability and delivers the
broadest set of layer 4 through 7 services, including load balancing, traffic
redirection, persistency, content modification, SSL offloading, caching,
compression, bandwidth management, integrated security, link optimization and
Alteon 5224 gives us the functionality we were looking for with the added
benefit of being able to upgrade via a standard licensing agreement. With
the potential we see in Alteon, we plan to increase our competence on this
product through training,” said Trond Johan Mikkelsen Tufthaug, IT consultant,
municipality of Narvik, Norway.
5224 offers the top performance in any layer 4 through 7 metric when compared
to competitive platforms in its class.
5224 comes with 10GE ports. In addition, the Alteon 5224 offers two
built-in 10GE SFP+ ports that means connections to existing 1GE-interface
switches as well as to next-generation 10GE-interface switches are
Last month, Radware announced a $2 million sale of its Attack
Mitigation System (AMS) security solution to a wireless carrier in North