April 23, 2010
OTTAWA, April 23, 2010 -- AFORE Solutions, Inc., a provider of Ethernet software and cloud networking technology solutions, announced it has been included in the list of "Cool Vendors in Enterprise Networking, 2010" report published by leading analyst firm Gartner, Inc.
Enterprises are employing virtualization to optimize and scale their IT infrastructure, while providing a more flexible and elastic computing and storage capability. AFORE's Advanced Service Edge 3300 (ASE3300) is a purpose built platform designed to securely interconnect data centers over any media, including IP, MPLS, Metro Ethernet, PDH and fixed wireless networks. It optimizes and secures cloud federation with built-in capability to meet FIPS140-2 requirements and rich SLA monitoring and assurance features.
"We're pleased to be recognized among the 'Cool Vendors' in the enterprise networking space," said Alex Berlin, AFORE's president and CEO. "The ASE platform enables our customers to meet growing business, virtualization and storage challenges. Our success in delivering the power of cloud computing for scalable, secure and cost-effective infrastructure on demand, while maintaining complete control and flexibility, provides the basis for this award and recognition."
For more information on AFORE's award winning products and technology visit: www.aforesolutions.com.
About Gartner's Cool Vendors Selection Process:
Gartner's listing does not constitute an exhaustive list of vendors in any given technology area, but rather is designed to highlight interesting, new and innovative vendors, products and services. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness of a particular purpose. Gartner defines a cool vendor as a company that offers technologies or solutions that are: Innovative, enable users to do things they couldn't do before; Impactful, have, or will have, business impact (not just technology for the sake of technology); Intriguing, have caught Gartner's interest or curiosity in approximately the past six months.
Source: AFORE Solutions Inc.
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