Asce Networks Announces Support for IPv6
Asce Networks Solutions to Enable Global Internet Expansion with Production-ready IPv6 Offerings
GAITHERSBURG, MD. — 22 July 2007 – Asce Networks, the leading provider of mission-critical e-Business infrastructures, today announced that its full production line of application delivery networking products will support IPv6. The first production line which can support IPv6 solutions is its InChorus series of application front end which are scheduled for release in the third quarter of 2007.
The next generation Internet Protocol IPv6 will increase the number of available addresses for Internet-enabled devices, delivering enhancements in security, quality of service (QoS), and auto-configuration capabilities. The protocol has been under design and development for over 10 years, but global adoption has been slow due to the limited number of solutions supporting this protocol.
The importance of IPv6 has been recognized particularly in the U.S., where the Federal Government has set a deadline that all of its agencies should be IPv6 ready by June 30, 2008. In Europe, the transition to IPv6 has until now been largely limited to education and research networks.
“The IPv6 era is beginning and we are ready to help our customers seamlessly migrate to this next-generation protocol,” said Bob Collins, CEO of Asce Networks “Asce Networks sees great promise in the future of IPv6. Asce Networks solutions will allow our customers globally to ensure the security of their IPv6 traffic and benefit from the added reliability and stability that are the hallmarks of IPv6."
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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