Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Fifth-Gen Array ADCs Deliver Upto 300% Greater Performance for Entry-Level & Mid-Range Customers
Array Networks Inc., a global leader in application delivery networking, announced today the immediate availability of three new fifth-generation application delivery controller (ADC) appliances. Running Array's recently released Version 8.6 software, the entry-level APV1600 and APV2600 and the mid-range APV3600 achieve industry-leading Layer-4, Layer-7 and SSL benchmarks for throughput and connections per second - delivering up to 300% better performance without increasing prices for Array customers.
· APV1600 Layer-4 and Layer-7 throughput increased by 50% to 3.7Gbps and 3Gbps respectively. Layer-4 connections per second increased by 300% to 280K, while Layer-7 requests per second increase by 100% to 200K. Full-featured list price beginning at $8,495.
· APV2600 Layer-4 and Layer-7 throughput increased by 100% to 18Gbps and 13Gbps respectively. Layer-4 connections per second increased by 50% to 360K, while Layer-7 requests per second increased by 100% to 200K. Full-featured list price starting at $13,995.
· APV3600 Layer-4 throughput increased by 100% to 37Gbps. Layer-4 connections per second increased by 33% to 1M, while Layer-7 requests per second increased by 20% to 635K. 2048-bit SSL TPS increased by 40% to 35K. Full-featured list price from $28,995.
Industry-Leading Software SSL
With the introduction of elliptic curve cryptography (ECC) support in Array's recently released Version 8.6 software, the APV1600, 2600 and 3600 appliances now support industry-leading performance for software-based SSL offload. The APV1600, 2600 and 3600 support up to 2100, 5500 and 35,000 SSL TPS respectively without the need for additional-cost hardware acceleration modules - performance that is between 4-to-6 times better than similarly priced alternative ADC solutions.