09.09.2008 08:00 AM
CloudShield announces applications for IBM BladeCenter PN41 blade

CloudShield Technologies has added support for its DNS Defender and Subscriber Services Manager (SSM) applications on the new IBM BladeCenter PN41 blade.

The combination gives service providers and national governments a comprehensive platform to protect networks from attacks, launch new services, manage network bandwidth and mitigate traffic congestion with a single blade.

CloudShield’s DNS Defender application provides protection against DNS attacks and can reduce the number of DNS servers while improving the overall performance of the network. CloudShield’s SSM is an enhanced solution for managing network traffic. Service provider networks need to have the ability to deliver latency-sensitive applications, such as VoIP and IPTV, without interruption. SSM gives carriers a better understanding of network traffic congestion, helping to deliver higher standards of customer satisfaction.

For more information, visit http://www.cloudshield.com/.



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