Comguard announces availability of Array Networks application delivery appliances

Comguard Networks, a value added distributor of networking and security products across Middle East, Africa and India, announced the availability of Array Networks APV 800 Series multi-tenant virtualized application delivery appliances and vAPV soft-ADCs.

Enterprises and service providers will benefit as they will have the ability to run multiple application delivery controllers across Array Networks hardware appliances or as virtual machines on commodity servers running VMware ESXi or Citrix’s XenServer hypervisors.

‘‘The inclusion of Array Networks APV not only complements our existing Array Networks product lines but also brings more predictability and control over the critical computing platforms. We are looking forward to offering more such innovative products for our enterprise customers in the future,” said George Jason, vice president, Comguard Networks.

Comguard Networks claims that the new APV Series appliances enable consolidation by packing more load balancers into less space.

APV virtualized appliances enables service providers to offer their customers services a  right balance of on-demand flexibility, performance, features and price – while simultaneously lowering Capex and Opex and increasing profit margins.

vAPV soft-ADCs are supporting both VMware ESXi 4.1 or later and XenServer5.6 or later. vAPV soft-ADCs give enterprises and service providers the agility and flexibility to create and offer dynamic application services.

vAPV soft-ADCs provides feature-rich load balancing and next-generation capabilities including 1024 and 2048-bit SSL acceleration, caching, compression, gold-level IPv6 certification, WebWall security, QoS and centralized management, as well as certifications and qualifications for key enterprise application including SAP, Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Lync.

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