Standardizes On AX Series Application Networking Platforms For Managed And Colocation Services
San Jose, CA, September 19, 2012 -- A10 Networks™, the technology leader in Application Networking, today announced that ViaWest, one of the largest privately-held data center, cloud computing and managed services providers in North America, has standardized on A10's AX Series hardware and SoftAX virtual appliances. The AX Series Application Delivery Controller (ADC) platforms deliver ViaWest solutions for advanced Layer 4-7 server load balancing andvirtualization. ViaWest operates 24 enterprise-class data center facilities, located in Colorado, Texas, Oregon, Utah, and Nevada. ViaWest's data centers deliver high-quality, flexible solutions designed to solve customers' unique business needs.
ViaWest's growing business faces increasing computing demands as its customers move more IT resources to its cloud services for operational efficiency, increased internal IT agility and reduced total cost of ownership (TCO). To fulfill this need, ViaWest required a new Application Delivery platform with additional performance, advanced features, and a smaller data center footprint. ViaWest selected A10's AX 1030s for its managed services and A10's SoftAX for its colocation services, as part of A10's overall aCloud ecosystem for Cloud Service Providers, which delivers a "pay as you go/grow" infrastructure.
"ViaWest is a leader in the managed service market, and we have standardized on a combination of A10's AX Series hardware and SoftAX virtual appliances for our cloud offerings," said Jason Carolan, CTO of ViaWest. "We chose A10 for many reasons including tight SoftAX integration with VMware vCloud Director, flexibility of hardware and software platforms and the advanced feature set. All of these advantages directly translate to value we can offer to our customers."
Key aCloud Solutions for ViaWest include:
"We are proud to deliver ViaWest the cloud solutions required to enable its managed and colocation services without compromising on features, performance or functionality," said Lee Chen, Founder and CEO of A10 Networks. "With our aCloud ecosystem, we offer Cloud Providers such as ViaWest a wide breadth of easy-to-use advanced solutions in optimal form factors to deliver a competitive advantage with differentiated Application Networking services."
A10's AX Series is a scalable, high-performance Application Networking platform that delivers enterprises, Web properties and ISPs superior reliability and an energy efficient footprint for lower total cost of ownership (TCO). With the AX Series, customers of all sizes benefit from application availability, scalability and performance, and increased infrastructure efficiency for a faster end-user experience. The AX Series has a comprehensive Layer 4-7 feature set and flexible virtualization technologies such as aVCS, multi-tenancy and more for public, private and hybrid cloud environments. In addition, the AX Series leads in IPv6 Migration technologies with many large scale deployments worldwide. All AX Series features are available without extra licensing fees.
AX Series delivers industry-leading return on investment (ROI) by leveraging A10's 64-bit Advanced Core OS (ACOS), with a scalable shared-memory parallelism architecture that leaps the competition in scalability and flexibility.
To read more about AX Series solutions visit: https://www.a10networks.com/products/ax-adc
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