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A10 Networks receives certification by Microsoft under UCOIP

A10 Networks

A10 Networks has revealed that its Thunder Application Delivery Controller (ADC) solutions have achieved certification for use as a reverse proxy with Lync Server 2013 by Microsoft’s Unified Communications Open Interoperability Program (UCOIP). The Thunder offerings of the company optimize Microsoft’s front-end and back-end Lync servers to enhance the delivery of popular services such as user authentication, web conferencing, instant messaging, application sharing, contact list storage and more.

Speaking about the achievement, Paul Nicholson, Director of Product Marketing at A10 Networks, said, “One of our primary objectives is to provide IT administrators and network infrastructure professionals with application networking tools that enable them to quickly and efficiently deliver the best possible user experience at all times. With the UCOIP reverse proxy certification for Lync, A10 demonstrates its continuing commitment to support complex enterprise application environments; enhancing application availability, security and responsiveness.”

The Thunder ADCs improves the scalability, performance, availability and security of Microsoft enterprise applications including Exchange, SharePoint and Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS). A10 delivers complete support for Microsoft and other applications with Smart Templates, placement guides and validated interoperability – simplifying deployment and configuration.


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