February 23, 2013
TMCnet Enterprise Solutions Week in Review
By Carlos Olivera
TMCnet Content Producer
It’s been an exciting week for the Enterprise Solutions community so let’s get right to it.
Telecommunications equipment and technology services provider Ericsson (News - Alert) has finalized a global reseller agreement partnering with A10 Networks (News - Alert). Ericsson has specifically chosen to employ A10’s AX Series Application Networking Platform as the IPv6 migration and carrier grade NAT solution.
There is a market shift towards the IPv6 solution, it’s important for Ericsson to expand and offer differentiated services while still meeting its business requirements. A10’s AX Series offers energy efficiency while maximizing existing IPv solutions.
"We are very proud to partner with Ericsson, the world's leading provider of telecom equipment and services, to deliver the most scalable, efficient and affordable IPv4 preservation and IPv6 migration solutions on the market today," said Lee Chen (News - Alert), founder and CEO at A10 Networks.
In other enterprise solutions news, Intrexx has announced its latest offering will provide users with more flexibility. The Intrexx Business Adapter 1.0 will allow users to easily integrate their SAP (News - Alert) data into any complied Web application. Intrexx will offer users a new, cost-effective and usage-dependent licensing model from SAP AG while also integrating "Mobile Assistant.”
"Previous solutions have always been limited to a very precisely specified and implemented service, for example, business partner addresses. With the Intrexx Adapter for SAP NetWeaver Gateway (News - Alert), we have taken a different path. Thanks to the generic approach, every user is able to choose which services or data they wish to include in their applications or portal. This provides increased flexibility in a much more simplified way," Axel Wessendorf, chief executive officer at United Planet, said in a statement.
Finally, NetApp announced the introduction of its EF540 all-flash array. The new solution is designed to support performance-driven enterprise applications. With this latest introduction, NetApp will improve its flexibility for customers while optimizing the value of flash spanning the network and storage stack.
“Flash changes everything by transforming the speed of business. However, enterprise imperatives for global scale, efficiency, and reliability remain the same. NetApp's approach to flash removes the compromise from consideration, offering customers the best of all worlds,” Manish Goel, executive vice president, Product Operations, NetApp, said in statement.
Well that’s it for this week! Be sure to check out our Enterprise Solutions page for more news and information!