London, United Kingdom, September 02, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Radware (NASDAQ: RDWR), a leading provider of application delivery and application security solutions for virtual and cloud data centres, today announced that Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd. (KONAMI) has purchased Radware’s ADC-VX, the industry's first Application Delivery Controller (ADC) hypervisor that runs multiple virtual ADC instances on Radware’s dedicated OnDemand Switch platform. KONAMI will use the solution to consolidate its system infrastructure, improve the quality of experience for customers, and provide them with new ways of having fun.
Based in Tokyo, KONAMI is a leading global developer, publisher and manufacturer of electronic entertainment properties such as home video game consoles, social games and arcade games in worldwide markets.
After evaluating several ADC solutions, KONAMI chose Radware’s ADC-VX solution for its unique virtualisation capabilities, which include complete fault, network and management isolation between its virtual ADC instances. This isolation architecture will help KONAMI minimise the need for additional investment in hardware to support application processing requirements and ultimately decrease costs. Additionally, the deployment of Radware’s ADC-VX provides operational expenditure savings in terms of power, cooling, carbon footprint, reduced annual service costs and new service facilitation.
“We were looking for a virtualised ADC solution to consolidate our networking systems globally connecting to thousands of arcade games,” said Mitsuhiro Masanobu, director of studio IT centre, KONAMI. “Radware’s ADC-VX satisfies all our requirements, especially in terms of cost savings and quality. I am quite sure that we can provide the best amusement to customers with Radware’s ADC-VX.”
Masayoshi Akimoto, country manager Japan, Radware, added: “As a leading entertainment provider, KONAMI required a scalable, highly available solution that would deliver more with less hardware, while enabling it to offer the highest quality of experience to their customers. Our ADC-VX is designed from the ground up to enable an organisation like KONAMI to consolidate its ADC hardware devices without compromising the resiliency or performance predictability of their ADC services — resulting in significant savings of hardware costs and operational expenses.”
Radware’s ADC-VX further provides the agility and the simplicity that is required in the dynamic, ever-changing virtualised data centre, delivering faster deployment of new services and better alignment of ADC services with frequent configuration changes. The solution is part of Radware’s Virtual Application Delivery Infrastructure (VADI) strategy, which focuses on bringing full agility and efficiency of virtualisation to application delivery solutions. Radware’s VADI is an architecture which transforms computing resources, as well as application delivery and virtualisation services into one integrated, agile and scalable Application Delivery Virtualisation Infrastructure.
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