The A10 Thunder ADC solution provides scalability for Fujitsu growing IT infrastructure and cloud-networking services.
The company said ADC solution also reduces appliance sprawl and helps in cost effectively streamlining management while providing consistent policies and maximum flexibility.
Fujitsu Asia will have broad range of form factors and expansive system support resources with A10 Thunder ADC solution.
This apart, A10’s All Inclusive Licensing pricing model ensures high-performance functions are available from implementation without the need for additional licenses and provides more flexibility and the ability to meet their solution requirements.
Additionally, A10 Thunder ADC includes Advanced Core Operation System (ACOS), SSL offload functionality, aFlex Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) Scripting Technology and aXAPI to provide seamless scalability, high-speed processing capabilities and programmatic control over application traffic.
“A10 Networks delivered the ability to host hundreds of virtual load-balancing instances on a single appliance while lowering space and hardware costs,” said Keisuke Katsuda, Network Services Business Unit, Integration Services Business, Fujitsu Limited.
Few days ago, A10 launched a centralized management system for configuration and monitoring of ACOS (Advanced Core Operating System) devices, aGalaxy 3.0 for $12,500.
In May, Saxo Bank utilized A10 Thunder Application Delivery Controllers (ADC) to meet the transaction processing needs of its online trading platform.
Last year in October, A10 Networks unveiled the A10 Security Alliance, an ecosystem of security and networking companies that are working together to help mitigate threats and automate security operations.