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Radware's vAdapter Achieves VMware Ready Status
Radware, a leading provider of integrated application delivery solutions for business-smart networking, today announced that its vAdapter solution has achieved VMware Ready status. This designation indicates that vAdapter has passed a detailed evaluation and testing process managed by VMware and is now listed on the VMware Partner Product Catalog or Hardware Compatibility List.

Passing the extensive VMware-specified testing helps ensure that Radware's vAdapter makes best use of VMware technology and is ready for deployment in customer environments.

"We are pleased that Radware's vAdapter qualifies for the VMware Ready™ logo, signifying to customers that it has passed specific VMware testing and interoperability criteria and is ready to run in production environments," said Bernie Mills, senior director, alliance programs, VMware.

"Enterprises using vAdapter with VMware, will be able to seamlessly address their ADC challenges in real-time, which will help to significantly reduce operational overhead and prevent costly errors in the virtualized environment," said Ilan Kinreich, Chief Operating Officer, Radware, "We remain steadfast in our commitment to effectively address the concerns that companies have in this competitive market by providing our global customers with a solution that promotes efficiency and delivers heightened performance to their virtual data center."

The VMware Ready program is a VMware co-branding program for qualified partner products and is a benefit of the VMware Technology Alliance Partner (TAP) program. In 2008, Radware joined the program, which includes 1,300 members worldwide. The VMware TAP program works with best-of-breed technology partners to provide them with a comprehensive set of VMware technical and marketing services, support, tools and expertise to deliver enhanced value to joint customers.

Published Monday, July 19, 2010 6:05 AM by David Marshall
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