Asce Networks Launches New Version of Award-Winning Application Front-End Switching Technology
14 Dec 2005
The most innovative traffic management technology on the market just got better, with the launch of Release 4, the latest addition to the award- winning Asce Networks InChorus Application Front-End Switch Range.
GAITHERSBURG, MD. — 14 December 2005 –Asce Networks, Inc, the leading provider of mission-critical e-Business infrastructures, today announced Release 4 software of its flagship product, the InChorus Application Front-End Switch. The most innovative traffic management technology on the market just got better, with the launch of Release 4, the latest addition to the award-winning Asce Networks InChorus Application Front-End Switch Range.
Taking traffic management to another level, Asce Networks InChorus AppTMOS R4 incorporates a range of new features to further accelerate applications and provide end-users with a seamless online experience.
A new XML/SOAP Control API strengthens Asce Networks' existing unique integration capabilities by allowing InChorus to drive and be driven by other OEM/third-party applications or devices on the network. This means that InChorus can be used to request additional capacity from a suitably-equipped provisioning server during periods of high demand, or to push out policy changes to Intrusion Prevention Systems when InChorus detects an application-based attack.
As a further enhancement to InChorus' application acceleration capabilities, R4 offers Web Content Caching. Speeding up the delivery of content, this new feature reduces latency and bandwidth costs, relieving load from web and application servers and improving quality of experience for users. When several clients request the same web page, InChorus R4 serves up responses directly, without having to forward the request to a back-end server.
R4's unique capability of 'differentiated caching' allows several different versions of the same page to be cached - for example, a different version of a home page for casual browsers or logged-in users.
With a new look user interface and further improvements to the RuleBuilder within InChorus, optional support for FIPS level 3 SSL key management and powerful enhancements to TrafficSmart, InChorus R4 continues to break new boundaries in application traffic management.
Bob Collins, CEO of Asce Networks, Inc. says: "We are constantly developing ways to improve technology to ensure our customers can stay one step ahead of the competition today, while preparing their systems for the challenges of tomorrow. InChorus has had a very successful year, receiving a number of industry accolades and many market leaders signing up for the product. Our team of experts has worked hard to improve on this version, and we are confident that with this launch we are breaking barriers in traffic management, introducing a truly innovative solution to the market."
About Asce Networks, Inc.
Asce Networks, Inc. is a worldwide leader in providing mission-critical e-Business infrastructures with headquarters in GAITHERSBURG, MD. Asce Networks delivers the next generation hardware and software to scale the performance and availability of mission-critical e-Business infrastructures. For more information about Asce Networks and its products and services, please visit http://www.ascenetworks.com/.
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