Radware, a leading provider of integrated application deliverysolutions for business-smart networking, today announced that Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC®), a global, integrated media company, has named Radware’s Alteon® 10000 a winner of the 2011 INTERNET TELEPHONY TMC Labs Innovation Awards. This is the second straight year Radware has been recognized for this award.
The twelfth annual TMC Labs Innovation Awards acknowledge the most innovative IP Communication products delivering significant contributions for advancing network communications. TMC Labs determined winners after reviewing the technologies and their applications.
“Internet Service Providers, large enterprises and high-end mobile operators are facing new challenges resulting from the dynamic growth of data and wireless services while evolving toward 4G/LTE and new data center architectures,” said Nir Ilani, Product Marketing Director, Application Delivery, Radware. “The Alteon 10000 is designed from the ground up to address these challenges while adding value at the application delivery and security layers for mobile data networks and data centers. Recognition from TMC Labs is a testament of our commitment to delivering best-in-class, resilient, carrier-grade application delivery solutions.”
Radware’s Alteon 10000 application switch is a high-performance Application Delivery Controller (ADC) platform specifically designed for carriers, Internet Service Providers and cloud providers. The system is Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture (ATCA)-compliant to deliver superior performance, advanced application acceleration capabilities and OnDemand scalability, providing the industry’s highest layer 7 throughput (up to 80 Gbps) for unparalleled application scalability, availability and performance.
"The TMC Labs Innovation Awards distinguish the companies making significant contributions in the advancement of network communications; and Radware’s Alteon 10000 application switch is proven to be an innovative leader in IP Communications technology,” said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. “The TMC Labs team takes careful consideration to ensure only best-of-breed technologies achieve an Innovation Award. We’re proud to honor Radware for its continued innovation in delivering network communications technologies.”
The Alteon 10000 is a key technology enabler for Radware’s Virtual Application Delivery Infrastructure (VADITM) and Mobile Service Edge (MSE) strategies. Radware’s VADI strategy allows cloud providers and high-end enterprises to undergo large-scale consolidation initiatives by supporting multiple virtual ADC instances running in parallel on the same hardware switch with complete isolation between the instances. This results in significant CAPEX and OPEX reduction while providing guaranteed SLA and performance predictability. Radware’s MSE strategy enables mobile operators to optimize 4G/long term evolution (LTE) networks for fast performance and enhanced quality of experience (QoE), while concurrently supporting diverse content delivery based on user and content awareness, rapidly changing capacity requirements, and new value-added service (VAS) delivery.
Radware’s Alteon 10000 will be highlighted in the July and August 2011 issues of INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine. For more information about TMC, please visit tmcnet.com/.
Radware (radware.com), a global leader in integrated application delivery solutions, assures the full availability, maximum performance, and complete security of business-critical applications for nearly 10,000 enterprises and carriers worldwide. With APSolute®, Radware's comprehensive and award-winning suite of application delivery and network security products, companies in every industry can drive business productivity, improve profitability, and reduce IT operating and infrastructure costs by making their networks "business smart".
This press release may contain forward-looking statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from these forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, general business conditions in the Application Switching or Network Security industry, changes in demand for Application Switching or Network Security products, the timing and amount or cancellation of orders and other risks detailed from time to time in Radware's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including Radware's Form 20-F.