Peribit Intros App Acceleration

Peribit introduces application acceleration technology that enables email, Web, and file server

April 4, 2005

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Peribit Networks, a leader in application delivery over the WAN, today announced availability of its breakthrough Application Flow Acceleration™ (AppFlow™) technology, which transparently speeds performance of Microsoft Exchange, file services, and web-based applications over wide area networks (WANs). The AppFlow technology is a strategic enhancement to Peribit Networks’ integrated PeriSphere™ architecture, which enables IT to consolidate and centralize servers while delivering LAN-like application performance to branch-office users.

Peribit Networks today also announced the SM-250 and SM-500 Cluster, two new additions to the Sequence Mirror™ (SM™) product family, and version 5.1 of the Sequence Reduction System™ (SRS™) software. SRS software is the operating system at the heart of all Sequence Mirror and Sequence Reducer™ (SR™) products and enables IT to provide LAN-quality application delivery across the WAN.

AppFlow Enables Data Center Consolidation

Many distributed enterprises today are consolidating their mission-critical servers to reduce costs, simplify maintenance and management, and more easily comply with state and federal regulations.

According to Joe Skorupa, Principal Analyst at Gartner, “Accelerating Exchange, CIFS, and web application performance as part of a broad-based architecture for application acceleration removes a major obstacle to server centralization projects.”

The Peribit AppFlow technology is an acceleration component of the PeriSphere architecture, which integrates compression and caching, acceleration, application control, and visibility technologies to improve the performance of applications over the WAN. AppFlow technology enables businesses to centralize their Exchange, Microsoft file and web application servers without sacrificing the performance that branch-office users have come to expect.

“It’s all about centralization ,” says Martin Cox, Technical Services Manager, Planning and Development at BOC Edwards, which is in the midst of phasing out aging Exchange servers in remote offices and centralizing services at its Wilmington, Mass. headquarters. “The Peribit solutions, which have already had a dramatic impact on e-mail performance over the WAN, will allow us to continue our consolidation effort and realize our corporate objective of centralizing services to reduce costs and simplify administration.”

Peribit Networks Inc.

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