Secure Networks Mean Secure Revenue

September 14, 2015 Arbor Networks

If service providers are seeing anything beneficial from the current DDoS trends it’s that there is an opportunity to offer DDoS protection services to their customers. Embedding a traffic management layer on the their own routers at peering points, data centers and cloud edge, enables full perimeter security and is a resourceful way to structure the provider’s network that can also scale to serve their end customers when and where needed.

In our upcoming webinar, “Secure Networks Mean Secure Revenue,” we look in detail at the trends driving demand for DDoS protection and best practices for implementation of defense and mitigation tools. Specifically we dive into the cost-effective and revenue-generating option of embedding Arbor’s Threat Management System in the Cisco ASR 9000 router. The benefits of on-demand deployment and effective traffic routing, elastic capacity and supplied threat intelligence have given the ASR 9000 vDDoS Protection “best-of-breed” recognition.

This video illustrates the power of the combined technologies:

We welcome you to join our live webinar this week to learn:

  • How to leverage on-demand mitigation capacity benefits of virtualized DDoS protection at the network edge
  • Cost saving associated with virtualized protection from rack-space to electricity, cooling and cabling
  • No logistics hassles of shipping or receiving of hardware, especially across borders

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