Our customers tell us that their VPN-connected workforces require the security, mobility, and ease-of-use features offered by AcceleNet – and that was the objective when we first launched the product in 2002. The advanced capabilities we added in this new release will extend our leadership position in serving this market.
ORLANDO, Fla. (PRWEB) October 13, 2008
In response to the trend toward greater enterprise user mobility and telecommuting, AcceleNet combines a third-generation data compression engine and critical enterprise security with its patented transport optimization and broad set of application protocol accelerators. The all-software product overcomes barriers that, to date, have inhibited organizations from providing mobile workers, telecommuters, and smaller offices with the same levels of application performance afforded to headquarters and large office workers.
The new release features:
Improved performance on initial and subsequent transfers of very large files, including medical images, CAD files and large-format graphics Advanced byte caching with bi-directional acceleration across any application protocol Single instance of data history stored on server for enterprise-class scalability All data encrypted at rest (on server), in motion (during transfer), and at the endpoint (on client PC) Exchange/Outlook 2007 optimization Expanded support for SSL VPN environments, including web client, thin client, and full client support for Cisco, F5, Juniper, Nortel, and others Advanced manageability features The AcceleNet architecture detects and adjusts to network conditions and application protocols in real time and employs the innovative techniques to speed user performance. It addresses the requirements of mobile workers, and includes innovations that provide high performance over networks with limited bandwidth, latency and high packet loss, including 2G/3G wireless, DSL, and satellite. Moreover, it is the only product with features such as preserving the quality of soft-phone voice and unified communications, specifically addressing the needs of telecommuters and small office workers.
"As companies deploy WAN Optimization Controller (WOC) appliances to improve application performance, they face the dilemma of how to deliver these functions to small office/home office (SOHO) users and mobile professionals cost-effectively," stated Joe Skorupa, research vice president at Gartner in a June 6, 2008 report titled Market Trends: WAN Optimization Controllers Worldwide. "Today's low-priced WOCs are still not cost-effective for SOHO deployments and are impractical for mobile users. The availability of client software-based SoftWOCs, like AcceleNet, that improve performance over mobile networks and interoperate with whichever SSL VPN client a customer uses, has become an important buying criterion."
"AcceleNet is emerging as the preferred product for mobile, teleworker and small-office deployments," said Michael Slygh, ICT president. "Our customers tell us that their VPN-connected workforces require the security, mobility, and ease-of-use features offered by AcceleNet – and that was the objective when we first launched the product in 2002. The advanced capabilities we added in this new release will extend our leadership position in serving this market."
AcceleNet will be demonstrated in booth #1308 of the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo this week and is available for immediate delivery.
About Gartner Symposium/ITxpo
Gartner Symposium/ITxpo is the IT industry's largest and most strategic conference, providing business leaders with a look at the future of IT. For more than 10,000 IT professionals from the world's leading enterprises, Gartner's annual Symposium/ITxpo events are key components of their annual planning efforts. Attendees rely on Gartner Symposium/ITxpo to gain insight into how their organizations can use technology to address business challenges and improve operational efficiency. For more information, please visit http://www.gartner.com/it/sym/2008/sym18/sym18.jsp.
About ICT (http://www.accelenet.com)
Intelligent Compression Technologies Inc. (ICT), inventor of AcceleNet® software, develops innovative software to speed mission-critical applications, Web, and e-mail to remote and mobile network users. AcceleNet delivers outstanding performance in extreme network conditions through a combination of advanced data compressors, application accelerators, and transport optimizers. The product includes a proprietary transport protocol that adapts efficiently and automatically to accelerate data over packet switched wireless networks, broadband satellite links, and noisy WiFi or DSL connections. ICT holds several patents to safeguard its leadership position among software client accelerators. The company, based in Quincy, Massachusetts, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of ViaSat Inc.
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