Integrated solutions provider Radware has partnered with technology and strategic consulting company MSPX to offer solutions to government agencies for incorporating next generation technology in their existing infrastructures.
According to Radware, Government agencies have large investments in IT infrastructures and the partnership would offer a package to these agencies to optimize their IT investment and infrastructure.
The combination of products and services from both companies will enable us to address the critical issues faced by government agencies, said Larry Sells, vice president public sector at Radware.
Through the partnership, Radware will initially offer AppDirector to protect websites from traffic surges, disconnects and downtime by rerouting information, AppXcel for decrypting information to evaluate malicious activity and DefensePro to close security gap created from user and network attacks. MSPX will assess, plan, deploy and manage these IT solutions.
Radware also said that its AppDirector and DefensePro are IPv6 compliant and it plans to make future products compliant in accordance with the Office of Management and Budget’s mandate for all government agencies to make the transition by June 2008.
In June 2007, Radware partnered with IT and communications services company Harris Corporation to provide its IT, networking, telephony and security services and solutions to the US Government, including Air Force and Department of Defense.
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