Array Networks Participates in World's Biggest IPv6 Transition Technology Test
December 20, 2012
Internet Protocol version 6 provides many important improvements over the current IPv4 standard. But moving to IPv6 isn't easy, and companies on the Internet will need lots of help in doing so.
Array Networks has therefore successfully participated in the world’s biggest IPv6 transition technology test. In this test, Array’s APV Series application delivery controller products were to showcase proficiency in various important IPv6 technologies.
Offering carriers and enterprises a head start in the selection process for next-generation IPv6 solutions, the test rendered a reference point for the transitional government to develop next-generation Internet policy.
Array Networks has clearly shown the role of application delivery networking in facilitating a smooth transition to IPv6.
The Array APV Series caters to the problems facing users in the areas of application and cloud service delivery. Offering unmatched value and ROI compared to alternative solutions, APV Series application delivery controllers bring together advanced performance and scalability with transformative features at affordable prices.
“The number of enterprises concerned about the transition to IPv6 increases the importance of tests such as those recently conducted by the Chinese Ministry of Industry and the Telecommunications Research Institute of Tsinghua University,” said Michael Zhao, president and CEO at Array Networks. “Array’s successful participation in this recent test is another example of our commitment to building consensus and instilling confidence during the transition to IPv6. Our technology has once again demonstrated its technical strength.”
Recently, the company announced that Mimeo, an on-demand digital printing company, has installed Array's DesktopDirect remote desktop appliance. The company required a safe and customizable remote and mobile access solution to offer BYOD support to the workforce, as its staff increasingly brings smartphones and tablets to work, or uses them to access desktop applications remotely.
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Edited by Braden Becker