The University of Kansas Hospital Selects A10 Networks Application Delivery Controllers to Deploy Microsoft Exchange
(ENP Newswire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) ENP Newswire - 11 February 2014
Release date- 10022014 - SAN JOSE, Calif - A10 Networks, a technology leader in Application Networking, today announced that The University of Kansas Hospital, a leading academic hospital in Kansas City, Kansas, selected A10's Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs) to deploy Microsoft Exchange across its network.
KU Hospital's network infrastructure includes two data centers that support approximately 5,500 employees in 50 locations.
To maintain its growing infrastructure and prepare for its new large-scale Microsoft Exchange deployment, The University of Kansas Hospital decided to replace its incumbent vendor's ADCs with A10 to increase performance and scalability with new hardware and software, and to add flexibility with virtualization for multi-tenancy with Application Delivery Partitions (ADPs).
'We chose A10 Networks for our Microsoft Exchange deployment because of their performance and scalability, but more importantly because their ADCs were more flexible and energy efficient than any competing solution we evaluated. With A10, we are saving 30 percent of our rack space and reducing energy costs in our data center,' said Robert Rowland, systems engineer for The University of Kansas Hospital. 'We also discovered that in approximately five years, we will save over one million dollars on what a competitor quoted us for equivalent hardware, functionality and performance. That savings alone is equivalent to ten man years saved over the next five years.'
KU Hospital selected A10's AX 3200-12s, which are mid-range ADCs that include 10 Gb ports, Flexible Traffic Acceleration technology for Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) mitigation, additional security functionality and high-performance SSL offload. The AX 3200-12s have increased efficiency with system virtualization to create up to 128 ADPs for multi-tenancy, so that the hospital can support more users and applications on existing equipment. A10 is a clear green networking choice, saving the hospital 30 percent of rack space and reducing energy costs.
'We are proud to deliver advanced, flexible and green ADC solutions to leading medical institutions such as The University of Kansas Hospital,' said Jason Matlof, vice president of worldwide marketing for A10 Networks. 'Our new A10 Thunder and AX Series ADCs help customers ensure reliability, scalability and security of their applications with energy-efficient designs that reduce the power, cooling and space demands in their data centers.'
About A10 Thunder and AX Series ADCs
A10's ADCs are scalable, high-performance Application Networking platforms that deliver enterprises, Web properties and ISPs high reliability and an energy-efficient footprint that can contribute to lower total cost of ownership. With A10, customers benefit from application availability, scalability and performance, and increased infrastructure efficiency for a faster end-user experience. A10 ADC's have comprehensive Layer 4-7 feature sets and support for a broad range of IT delivery models, including physical and virtual appliances with multi-tenancy that can be used across public, private and hybrid cloud environments.
Built on A10's scalable and flexible Advanced Core Operating System (ACOS) architecture, A10's ADCs consolidate a range of functions including server load balancing (SLB), application acceleration, DNS Application Firewall, Web Application Firewall (WAF), SSL Intercept, Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) protection, Application Access Management (AAM), and more, without upgrade license fees. To read more about A10 ADC solutions visit: http://www.a10networks.com/products/
About A10 Networks
A10 Networks is a leader in application networking, providing a range of high-performance application networking solutions that help organizations ensure that their data center applications and networks remain highly available, accelerated and secure. Founded in 2004, A10 Networks is based in San Jose, Calif., and serves customers globally with offices worldwide. For more information, visit: http://www.a10networks.com
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About The University of Kansas Hospital
The University of Kansas Hospital is the region's premier academic medical center, providing a full range of care. The hospital is affiliated with the University of Kansas Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions, and their various leading-edge research projects. The constantly growing facility contains 699 staffed beds (plus 24 bassinets) and serves more than 28,000 inpatients annually. Nine of its medical and surgical specialty areas are ranked nationally by the U.S. News & World Report 'Best Hospital' lists, including Cancer (#27), Cardiology & Heart Surgery (#23), Diabetes & Endocrinology (#38), Ear, Nose & Throat (#21), Gastroenterology and GI Surgery (#19), Geriatrics (#18), Nephrology (#35), Neurology & Neurosurgery (#20) and Pulmonology (#17). The cancer program is part of The University of Kansas Cancer Center, a National Cancer Institute designated program. The hospital has received Magnet nursing designation, reflecting the quality of care throughout the hospital, an honor awarded to only 6.6 percent of the hospitals nationwide. The hospital also houses the regions only burn center, the area's only nationally accredited Level I Trauma Center and the area's only Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center recognized by The Joint Commission. For more information, visit kumed.com.
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