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A10 Networks' Thunder Series Receives 2 Interop Tokyo 2014 Best of Show Awards

June 20, 2014

A10 Networks has reported that its Thunder Series application service gateways received special awards in two categories of the Interop Tokyo 2014 Best of Show Awards.

According to a release, A10's vThunder CGN, a virtual carrier- grade NAT (CGNAT) solution, received a special award in the Carrier/ SP Networking Category, and its Thunder 6630, an application delivery controller (ADC) equipped with a 100 Gigabit Ethernet, received a special award in the ShowNet Demonstration Category.

"A10 Networks' ADC products have been used for ShowNet in previous years too, but we've been bowled over by the great performance of this year's Thunder 6630 with its 100 Gigabit interface," said Yuji Sekiya, Associate Professor at the University of Tokyo Information Technology Center, and a judge for the Interop Tokyo 2014's Awards program.

"We are very honored to receive these special awards for our Thunder Series in two categories of the Best of Show Awards," said Hayato Koeda, Vice President Asia Pacific Japan for A10 Networks, Inc. and President & CEO for A10 Networks, K.K. "We can boast about a great many deployment success stories, including the adoption of our carrier grade NAT (CGNAT) by major Japanese carriers as an IPv6 migration solution. Thunder 6630 ADC and CGN is a carrier-grade networking product that provides large-scale address and protocol conversion services with the next-generation high-speed interfaces that our large enterprise and service provider customers need. We will endeavor to continue to drive the network industry and develop the best application networking solutions for addressing customer needs."

A10 Networks is a company focusing on application networking, providing a range of high-performance application networking solutions.

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