By navigating our site, you agree to allow us to use cookies, in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

A10 Networks Virtual ADCs to Fortify KDDI Cloud Infrastructure Service

A10 Network

A10 Networks announced that telecommunications operator KDDI Corporation has picked its virtual application delivery controller (ADC) appliance, the A10 vThunder ADC, as the preferred application delivery controller for its corporate cloud infrastructure KDDI Cloud Platform Service (KCPS).

Starting July 30, customers subscribing to KCPS will be able to benefit from vThunder ADC features, including server load balancing, global server load balancing (GSLB), DDoS Protection, high density multi-tenancy and more with the award-winning high-performance ACOS technology platform.

KDDI selected the A10 vThunder ADC for a variety of high-performance features that bolster its cloud infrastructure service offering leveraging it to lower operating costs and streamline internal workloads. The vThunder load balancing and L4-7 ADC functions have enhanced both the scalability and flexibility of its cloud platform.

Benefits of vThunder ADC

  1. Global server load balancing (GSLB) functions paired with security enhancement and disaster recovery features
  2. Reduce capital, operating costs and workload by eliminating the need to renew ADC license keys
  3. Enhanced scalability, security and reliability out of the box
  4. Accelerated application performance with no feature limitations
  5. Carrier Grade Networking (CGN) extends limited IPv4 addresses with CGNAT and simplifies the migration to IPv6 with multiple features
  6. Application Delivery Partitions (ADPs) support on-demand high density multi-tenancy environments
  7. Advanced L4-7 application delivery controller services

KCPS is a highly flexible, quality cloud infrastructure service that can be used as a public, private or hybrid cloud, according to a company’s needs, to support connections from both the Internet and intranets. It offers an SLA level of 99.99% as standard along with a highly expandable range of functions such as a site backup, to ensure business continuity.

All A10 Thunder ADC solutions are equipped with A10’s award-winning ACOS 4.0, which includes the A10 Harmony Architecture.

Talking on the deployment, Sanjay KapoorVice President Global Marketing at A10 Networks said, “KDDI called for an advanced application delivery controller that met a variety of its internal and customer-facing needs, and we’re honored the company has chosen our Thunder ADC solution to support its cloud infrastructure demands.” “In deploying the vThunder ADC, KDDI is able to provide its users with an amazing application experience that is fast, secure and personalized, while reducing overhead and time-consuming work processes.”


KCPS subscribers will be availed to use vThunder ADCs for a monthly fee from July 30.


Niloy Banerjee

A generic movie-buff, passionate and professional with print journalism, serving editorial verticals on Technical and B2B segments, crude rover and writer on business happenings, spare time playing physical and digital forms of games; a love with philosophy is perennial as trying to archive pebbles from the ocean of literature. Lastly, a connoisseur in making and eating palatable cuisines.

Related Articles

Upcoming Events