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TMC Honors Radware with 2011 Unified Communications Product of the Year Award


April 25, 2012

TMC, a global integrated media company, recently recognized Radware's Alteon 10000 Application Delivery Controller with the 2011 Unified Communications Product of the Year Award, presented by INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine. 

Radware's Alteon 10000 is a carrier-grade, Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture- compliant ADC that offers on-demand, extendable throughput of up to 80 Gbps of application delivery capacity.

Officials said the product has been honored for providing carriers, mobile operators and Internet Service Providers with operating mission-critical network infrastructure services and applications with full application delivery infrastructure flexibility, unmatched scalability, business agility and performance consistent with top industry standards.

“Radware has proven its commitment to advancing the delivery of communications solutions, and INTERNET TELEPHONY is pleased to honor Radware and its Alteon 10000 application delivery controller with a Unified Communications Product of the Year Award," said Rich Tehrani, CEO at TMC.

Alteon 10000 is a key technology enabler for Radware's Virtual Application Delivery Infrastructure strategy that transforms computing resources, ADC services and virtualization services into an integrated, agile and scalable on-demand application delivery infrastructure.

Company officials said it also provides a wide set of application acceleration capabilities including SSL offloading, Web compression, caching, HTTP multiplexing and TCP optimization.

 "Today's carriers, operators and ISPs require application delivery solutions that will enable them to become more competitive with more differentiated offerings by enhancing their business agility, while supporting dynamic growth in user demand," said Nir Ilani, product marketing director, Application Delivery, Radware. "The Alteon 10000 ensures the high availability and fast performance of a carrier's high-touch network infrastructure services as well as mission-critical applications. It further enables carriers to cost-effectively support more services, throughput and users without hardware replacements, making it a leading future-proof ADC solution."

Radware recently joined the Open Networking Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting a new approach to networking called Software-Defined Networking.




Edited by Braden Becker




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