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|Industry||Security and Application Delivery|
|Products||SPX Series SSL VPN, APV Application Delivery Controllers|
|Slogan||Enterprise Secure Application Delivery|
Founded in 2000, and headquartered in Silicon Valley, California, Array Networks is a global technology company that addresses problems related to securely delivering enterprise applications to end users.
Array takes a hardware-based approach to deliver enterprise applications, including SPX series SSL VPN enterprise platforms, APV Series Application Delivery Controller Enterprise Platforms, and Net Cert PKI Certificate Management Solutions.
SPX series SSL VPN enterprise platforms
Array's SPX series products are enterprise class SSL VPNs that cover the full range of SSL based remote access from Network Level access (called Layer 3 VPN) to Web based access. The SPX series Universal Access Controllers address internal access, WiFi access, desktop access, site-to-site access, partner access and customer access.
Remote Desktop Access
For remote desktop access and control, DesktopDirect allows users to remote desktops from a standard web browser. DesktopDirect can remotely boot up PCs that are in the “off” or “standby” states.
To access a remote desktop, self-registration starts with a user in the office, sitting at the PC that will be controlled remotely. The user browses to a specific URL to access the registration portal. The user logs in upon seeing a prompt for credentials, enters the hostname and description of the desktop PC, and registration is complete.
Remote control of the office PC starts with the user sitting away from the office, at a remote PC. The user browses to a specific URL, known as an access portal, and again logs in upon a prompt for credentials. A list of registered office PCs is then displayed, so the user can select which office PC to view and control. The user then logs into and controls the office PC.
This is possible from any browser and Internet-attached computer. DesktopDirect only delivers the presentation layer remotely. This minimizes bandwidth consumption and increases support for concurrent users.
Application Delivery Controllers
The Array Networks (AppVelocity) APV Series consists of Application Delivery Controllers for SSL acceleration, load balancing and traffic management at Layers 2- 7 for enterprise data centers and Web sites. The APV Series is available on a variety of platform sizes, uses 60% less power and cuts response time by 50%.
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