Delivers state-of-the-art protection and performance to meet 5G, edge computing and rising bandwidth requirements
Radware® (NASDAQ: RDWR), a leading provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions, today introduced the industry’s first terabit DDoS mitigation platform, DefensePro® 800. The latest evolution in Radware’s DefensePro product series offers Tier-1 service providers and large enterprises the highest levels of protection and performance needed to meet new network requirements related to 5G, edge computing, and network virtualization as well as the significant increase in bandwidth demand.
Using first-to-market 400G interfaces, the DDoS mitigation platform delivers an attack prevention rate up to 1.2 billion packets per second (PPS) and a mitigation capacity up to 800 gigabits per second (Gbps). With its patented, behavioral-based, and automated algorithms, it can overcome sophisticated multi-vector attacks at any scale. This includes automated DDoS protection from burst, DNS, and TLS/SSL attacks, as well as ransom DDoS campaigns, IoT botnets, phantom floods, and other types of cyber-threats.
“Tier-1 service providers and large enterprises are transforming their networks and computing infrastructures to drive performance, scalability, and new customer experiences. Supporting new technologies, while overcoming the significant rise in DDoS attack intensity, requires an advanced scrubbing platform,” said Amir Peles, vice president of technologies at Radware. “Our new DDoS mitigation platform is a game changer. It combines state-of-the-art protection and performance built to handle ultra-high bandwidth demands and deliver next-generation connectivity for emerging environments.”
DefensePro 800 features Radware’s next generation Hardware Mitigation Engine and exceptional high port density, providing unmatched DDoS protection through enhanced performance, flexibility, and efficiency. Radware was recognized as a global leader in Forrester’s report, “The Forrester Wave™: DDoS Mitigation Solutions, Q1 2021.”
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