A10 Networks increases Thunder Series Unified Application Service Gateway family

3rd October 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

New Delhi, India, October 3, 2013: A10 Networks, Inc., the technology player in Application Networking, today announced its new entry-level A10 ThunderTM Series, extending its family of Unified Application Service Gateways (UASGs) to small/medium business and enterprise customers.

High-end Thunder 6430(S) and 5430S are the new Thunder 3030S, 1030S and 930, which expand the line of next-generation Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs). All are compact 1 rack-unit (RU) appliances that provide advanced functionality by consolidating premium, all-inclusive application services in a single and easy to manage platform.

Lee Chen, Founder and CEO of A10 Networks, said, “Our new Thunder models extend the expansive benefits of our Unified Application Service Gateway family to the entry-level and mid-range markets. With the new Thunder 3030S, 1030S and 930 UASGs, customers receive additional value to optimize and scale their existing infrastructure, reduce latency and cost through device consolidation, and increase management efficiency.”

The Thunder 3030S, 1030S and 930 include up to more capacity, more SSL performance and improved hardware, including 10 Gb port connectivity standard on all models, to run more services while increasing capacity for application intelligence and service offload. Increased capacity delivers the ability to offload multiple networking and security tasks.

Customers can optimize networks, extend the lifetime of their existing devices, and reduce point solutions for device consolidation and significant CAPEX and OPEX savings. Higher 2048-bit key SSL performance enables customers to run highly secure encrypted sessions pervasively with more applications.

A10 Thunder 3030S – Enterprise UASG

  •  750,000 connections per second (CPS), 30 Gbps of application throughput, 14,000 SSL CPS (2048-bit key) and support for up to 64 million concurrent sessions
  • Hardware highlights: 4 x 10-Gigabit ports (SFP+), 6 x 1-Gigabit Copper, 2 x 1-Gigabit SFP ports, NITROX III SSL ASIC and 16 GB of RAM
  •  Maximum power consumption of only 139 Watts

A10 Thunder 1030S – Small Enterprise UASG

  • 450,000 CPS, 10 Gbps of application throughput, 7,000 SSL CPS (2048-bit key) and support for up to 32 million concurrent sessions
  • Hardware highlights: 2 x 10-Gigabit ports (SFP+), 6 x 1-Gigabit Copper, 2 x 1-Gigabit SFP ports, NITROX III SSL ASIC and 8 GB of RAM
  • Maximum power consumption of only 108 Watts

A10 Thunder 930 – Entry-level UASG

  • 200,000 CPS, 5 Gbps of application throughput, and support for up to 16 million concurrent sessions
  • Hardware highlights: 2 x 10-Gigabit ports (SFP+), 6 x 1-Gigabit Copper, 2 x 1-Gigabit SFP ports and 8 GB of RAM
  • Maximum power consumption of only 76 Watts

All new entry-level Thunder appliances include an Intel Ivy Bridge Xeon CPU, solid-state drive (SSD), hot-swap smart fans and 80 Plus “Platinum” efficiency (best-in-class) power supplies. The Thunder 3030S and 1030S also include Lights-out Management (LOM).

 

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