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MAHWAH, N.J., Nov. 16, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Radware® (NASDAQ:RDWR), a leading provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions ensuring optimal service level for applications in virtual, cloud and software defined data centers, announced that QuadraNet, a leading enterprise cloud and colocation hosting services company has selected Radware’s Attack Mitigation System to help protect their datacenters from network security threats with no downtime for their customers.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, California, QuadraNet began as a telecommunications company in 2001 and evolved into a full service data center provider, offering colocation, dedicated servers, cluster management, and complex hosting solutions. QuadraNet is now one of the largest providers in Los Angeles for dedicated servers, colocation, cloud hosting, and bandwidth. They expanded their Data Center footprint throughout the United States with additional locations in Dallas, Miami, and Atlanta.
Prior to selecting Radware, QuadraNet identified network threats by observing traffic patterns and volume in order to null-route affected customer IP space when attacks grew to exceed the customer’s uplink capacity. Targeted customers experienced downtime due to the attack and subsequent null-route.
QuadraNet needed an automated DDoS attack mitigation system that could eliminate downtime and keep their customers running without disruption.
“We researched and tested mitigation product-lines for over 6 months in order to find a solution that would protect our customers quickly, effectively, and with extremely low false-positive rates,” said Nick Carlson, CTO for QuadraNet. “We chose Radware’s Attack Mitigation System because of its fast detection and mitigation of DDoS attack vectors, accurate detection of legitimate traffic, low administrative overhead, and its ability to integrate into our portal for ease-of-use.”
Today, QuadraNet’s customers are able to stay online and no longer need to be null-routed during a DDoS attack. In fact, attacked customers typically don’t even realize they are under attack.
Carlson added, “Our knowledgeable staff are now equipped with powerful tools to protect our business and our customers’ businesses and users from growing cyber security threats. This will allow us to protect those who have been unfairly targeted, and to prevent collateral damage to other customers on our network to ensure service reliability.”
“With the increase in frequency and virulence of DDoS in today’s world, Service Providers like QuadraNet are faced with the daunting task of mitigating these attacks that can disrupt their customers’ network access,” said Bob Simpson, Vice President of Sales, West for Radware. “QuadraNet is committed to protecting their clients from service level disruption from DDoS attack. We are pleased they have selected Radware as their business partner.”
Radware (NASDAQ:RDWR), is a global leader of application delivery and application security solutions for virtual, cloud and software defined data centers. Its award-winning solutions portfolio delivers service level assurance for business-critical applications, while maximizing IT efficiency. Radware’s solutions empower more than 10,000 enterprise and carrier customers worldwide to adapt to market challenges quickly, maintain business continuity and achieve maximum productivity while keeping costs down. For more information, please visit www.radware.com.
Radware encourages you to join our community and follow us on: Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Radware Blog, SlideShare, Twitter, YouTube, Radware Connect app for iPhone® and our security center DDoSWarriors.com that provides a comprehensive analysis on DDoS attack tools, trends and threats.
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