Hyperscale networking software company Arrcus has announced support for scalable, high-density 10G/25G/100G/400G routing platforms enabled with Segment Routing (SR)-MPLS and SRv6. With this, Arrcus delivers simple, scalable, and seamless networking solutions for 5G mobile, edge, and access networks by providing high bandwidth, ultra-low latency, and carrier-grade reliability.
The emergence of 5G combined with Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) enables fast, low-latency network services to better serve customers, meet strict SLAs, and scale capacity, all at the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO). Offering these new 5G-enabled services can only be done by transforming networking infrastructure from the access to the core to any cloud. Arrcus claims it enables this end-to-end transformation by providing solutions that extend cloud compute resources to the edge of the network while utilizing 5G and edge computing to bring real-time applications to life.
With this announcement, Arrcus provides support for segment routing over a variety of data planes including MPLS (SR-MPLS) and IPv6 (SRv6) in its solutions and enhances the way the network is built in the backbone, the core, and the edge. Arrcus enables massive flexibility and scale of network services, providing any-to-any connectivity in a software-defined manner that is needed for today’s networking solutions.
In addition, Arrcus is also announcing new additions to its router portfolio based on Broadcom’s StrataDNX Jericho2C (J2C) and Qumran2C (Q2C) routing silicon. These new platforms are ideal for carrier ethernet, core, 5G edge, and access router markets and enable a new generation of switch-router systems with high port density and subscriber scale.
Acromove introduces AcroTransfer
Data transfer and Edge cloud data center infrastructure solutions provider Acromove recently announced AcroTransfer, an on-demand service for transferring massive data sets from one data center location to any other. Enterprises can move up to 100 terabytes (TB) each day for $600 per week.
The AcroTransfer service provides customers with:
– A completely ruggedized, self-contained, ultraportable compute/data storage device
– Physical security and software to track the data on its journey with the option to remotely render the data unreadable with the click of a button
– Drag and drop transfer software that speeds the rate of data transfer by 3x while providing the most secure encryption available
GlobalDots and CloudFlare partner
GlobalDots has partnered with CloudFlare to provide Security Operation Centers (SOC) as-a-service to companies and organizations alike. The partnership formalizes that CloudFlare recognizes GlobalDots’s solutions in multiple as-a-service domains, such as Managed Cloud Services, DevOps services, NOC, and professional services for CloudFlare products.
As part of the partnership, GlobalDots will continue to provide professional services for CloudFlare’s Content Delivery Network (CDN), Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) mitigation, web security products, and Dynamic Domain Name System (DDNS). After thorough training with Cloudflare solutions, the GlobalDots professional team can provide CloudFlare customers globally with trusted Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) offerings, including ongoing hands-on-keyboard configuration updates and fine-tuning.
Moreover, GlobalDots will help customers get the best security solutions to complement this service, such as cloud workload protection, API security, and open source & code security.
GlobalDots engineers will integrate with third-party security tools, services, analytics, and SIEM platforms, such as Splunk, Sumo Logic, and others. Through these perks, GlobalDots will provide a holistic view of a customer’s threat profile, outside just the Cloudflare solutions—in line with GlobalDots’ multi-vendor, innovation-driven approach.
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