Chengdu Telecom, China Construction Bank and Sichuan Telecom successfully deploy A10 Networks' IDsentrie™ appliance for network identity, access management and security
SAN JOSE, CA, September 25, 2006 - A10 Networks™, a pioneer in delivering a new class of identity-aware network solutions, today announced that Chengdu Telecom, China Construction Bank and Sichuan Telecom have purchased and successfully deployed the A10 Networks IDsentrie platform to provide identity management and security tools for their finance and telecommunication service provider networks. The A10 Networks IDsentrie is a secure, purpose-built appliance designed to provide strong authentication, simplified management of identity and access, as well as instant security, within customers' networks.
Providing Identity Management and Instant Security for Finance and Telecom Networks
It is a fact that today's information-based services produce large volumes of data, user accounts and passwords, while at the same time needing to comply with regulatory rules and policies. Managing large numbers of user accounts and passwords to provide network security, while at the same time complying with regulations, is becoming increasingly difficult and time consuming. Addressing these problems, the A10 Networks IDsentrie appliance simplifies the user account management process, automates identity-based network tracking, enables account synchronization and centralizes user authentication - helping to reduce the cost of IT networking resources and investments while increasing security and compliance.
"We are proud to provide Chengdu Telecom, China Construction Bank and Sichuan Telecom with the identity management and security tools needed for their finance and telecommunications networks," said Lee Chen, president and CEO of A10 Networks. "Our IDsentrie appliance integrates critical identity and network security functions so our customers can reduce the time and resources needed for their necessary security, network operation and compliance-related tasks. Furthermore, the IDsentrie platform can easily scale to meet the needs of any future growth and requirements."
About A10 Networks
A10 Networks was founded in 2004 with a mission to create a new class of affordable, identity-aware network solutions, including the industry's first "Smart" identity management system. The A10 Networks solutions help businesses and government increase efficiency and agility, address regulatory compliance and security risks while reducing the complexity and costs of managing global networks. A10 Network's products unify critical identity and access management functions with networking and security to offer network administrators centralized management and unparalleled visibility into network activity. A10 Networks is a well-financed, privately held company headquartered in San Jose. For more information, visit www.a10networks.com.
About Chengdu Telecom
Chengdu Telecommunications Cable Co., Ltd., (formerly Chengdu Telecommunications Cable Co., Ltd.) is a Sino-foreign joint venture listed in the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and has 2000 employees.
About China Construction Bank
China Construction Bank Corporation was incorporated in China in 1954, and has been retaining leadership roles in key market segments in the areas of corporate banking, personal banking and treasury operations. The Bank continues to pursue innovative banking services such as online banking to stay in a competitive edge. The bank today has 14,250 branch outlets.
About Sichuan Telecom
Sichuan Telecom Corporation is a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Telecom Group. Sichuan Telecom has twenty-one city branches with total assets of $2.65 billion.
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