Telecom Lead America: Radware has inked agreements with
two leading mobile operators in North America for the purchase of
its Alteon 10000 application delivery controllers (ADC).
The mobile operators purchased the Alteon 10000 to
cost-effectively address emerging mobile data challenges. The operators will
deploy the Alteon 10000 in stages.
The contracts have an initial combined value in the
Radware claims that the Alteon 10000 delivers high-end
processing capacity and performance superiority in all Layer 4 through 7
metrics, coupled with the most advanced transparent load balancing and mobile
data acceleration capabilities.
With the Alteon 10000’s on-demand scalability, network
managers can add more throughput capacity when needed up to 80Gbps. in order to
support more value added services using a software license.
The deployment will further enable these operators to
plan for more traffic volume growth while eliminating any hardware replacement
projects, resulting in maximum CAPEX and OPEX reduction.
The Alteon 10000 provides the carriers with the ability
to intelligently steer traffic to multiple value added services based on user,
application, location and other Layer-7 attributes, thus supporting dynamic and
complex mobile data policies.
David Aviv, vice president of Advanced Services at
Radware, said that by leveraging transparent traffic steering, the Alteon 10000
ensures the high availability and fast performance of a carrier’s high-touch
network services and value added services.
The Alteon 10000 is full IPv4/IPv6 gateway and eliminates
more spending on new hardware, and helps reduce the risk in migrations while
keeping mobile applications always available.
Yes Satellite deploys Radware solution for extended VoD service
A few months back,Y es Satellite, Israel’s a broadcast
satellite service provider, deployed Radware’s AppDirector, an
intelligent application delivery controller (ADC) platform, and
Attack Mitigation System (AMS) for video-on-demand service.