World VoIP NewsRadware's VoIP consolidation platform recieves annual award
Radware's VoIP consolidation platform recieves annual award
Enterprise Radware , being the prominent provider of VoIP networking applications delivery and security solutions for cloud data centers, has announced that Radware's ADC-VX application delivery controller consolidation platform was awarded to receive 2011 INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award from INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine. It is the fourth consecutive time Radware acquires this honorable award.
Radware's ADC-VX is the industry's very first ADC virtualization and consolidation platform, particularly created for big enterprises, VoIP hosting and services operators who seek to consolidate their ADC hardware devices for more intensive CAPEX and OPEX savings. 'Carriers, ISPs, and large businesses are looking for virtualized ADC solutions to consolidate ADC services without compromising ADC reliability of operational performance, while improving business versatility and that's why we have created ADC-VX,' described Nir Ilani, product marketing director, Application Delivery, Radware. 'Our ADC-VX is dedicated to assist our customers outreach massive savings of hardware costs and operational expenses, and receiving a 2011 INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award is another confirmed benchmark of our best-in-class virtual solutions.' Cloud service providers also can benefit from Radware's ADC-VX's operational functionality as a delivery model for on-demand, ADC as a service. It incorporates real-time provisioning of virtual ADC (vADC) instances while backing up the resilience and performance indicators required offering high service level agreement (SLA) application delivery service. Radware's ADC-VX also ensures completely isolated ADC services per application, as well as the industry's highest density of vADCs to support a wide range of cost models for cloud services. More about Radware's ADC-VX Radware's ADC-VX enables the use of multiple, virtual ADCs on top of dedicated, specialized ADC hardware-Radware's high-performing OnDemand Switch platform. Using a specialized ADC hypervisor, this platform enables the ability to run multiple, virtual ADC services, each of which delivers ADC functionality just like a dedicated physical advanced ADC device. Each virtual ADC instance contains a complete and separated environment of resources, configurations and management including CPU, memory, network and acceleration resources. Additionally, ADC-VX delivers the agility and the intuitive use that is needed in the dynamic, continuously changing virtualized data center, boosting faster ingress of new applications and better alignment of ADC services with relatively frequent configuration changes. Radware's ADC-VX is a core technology enabler for Radware's Virtual Application Delivery Infrastructure (VADI) strategy, which is committed on bringing ultimate agility and efficiency of virtualization to application delivery solutions. Radware VADI is an architecture which reshuffle computing resources, as well as application delivery and virtualization services into one integrated, scalable on-demand application delivery infrastructure. 'Radware has again proven its determination to advancing IP Communications technologies and continues to be a leader in next-generation solutions by delivering its ADC-VX, a technology cutting edge ADC virtualization platform,' said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC, which sponsors the award. 'The editors at INTERNET TELEPHONY are proud to honor Radware with a 2011 INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award.' The INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Awards acknowledge outstanding achievement in IP Communications, highlighting the products, services and technologies that make the deployment of next-generation networks possible. A complete list of 2011 INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award winners are published in the October 2011 issue of INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine.
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