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A10 Networks earns IPv6-ready Gold Logo

Thunder CGN, Thunder HVA, and AX CGN product lines achieve optimum compliance

A10 Networks earns IPv6-ready Gold Logo
Jason Matlof, Vice President of worldwide marketing at A10 Networks.

Application networking company, A10 Networks, has announced today that its Thunder CGN, Thunder HVA, and AX CGN product lines received the IPv6 Ready Gold Logo.

The IPv6 Ready Gold Logo certifies that products have satisfied the strong requirements stated by the IPv6 Logo Committee and verified optimum compliance.

"With our Advanced Core Operating System, or ACOS, as the driving force behind our technology, A10 has an extensive set of products that has achieved the IPv6 Ready Gold Logo," said Jason Matlof, vice president of worldwide marketing at A10 Networks. "Early on, A10 was a leader in IPv6 migration and CGN technology. We're pleased that our interoperability work will benefit service providers, enterprises, and other business customers developing an IPv6 transition strategy."

The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Lab performed extensive testing before granting the award, requiring vendors to meet both conformance and interoperability test specifications.

"As a leader in application networking, A10 Networks has impressively contributed to the introduction of IPv6 for a long time," said Dr. Hiroshi Esaki, professor, University of Tokyo and chairman of the IPv6-Ready Logo Committee.

"Especially, A10 Networks contributed on CGN and on professional-quality IPv6/IPv4 translation. I believe that A10 Networks will continue to lead, regarding the smooth and professional transition of fully IPv6-enabled networks."

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