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5 Vendors Exploiting Cisco's ADN Downshift

Cisco's confirmation that it would cease development of its ACE load-balancer products has prompted a scramble by application delivery networking competitors to grab market share. Here are five companies circling Cisco's customers.

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Radware

CEO: Roy Zisapel

Radware, too, is offering customers a migration path off Cisco ACE. In an email to CRN, James Colby, Radware's vice president, marketing and channels, had this to say:

"As I see it, Radware's philosophy regarding the migration of ACE users seems to be somewhat unique. Trade-in prices is of secondary importance to businesses having to adopt new key IT infrastructure. It goes without saying that we will match or exceed the trade-in values offered by our competition; more importantly Radware is focused on offering businesses the lowest risk path to the adoption of the latest generation of Application Delivery fabric. Radware's professional services teams are working closely with new clients to ensure that the technology migrations are as seamless and painless as possible. This is true for customers requiring entry point, low capacity load balancing solutions all the way up to large scale, high-density virtualized and multi-tenancy application delivery infrastructure."

 
 
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