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Thursday, 04 April 2013 09:56

Secure64 spruces up its DNS Cache

Written by Nick Farrell



More resistant to DoS attacks

Secure64 has released a new DNS Cache product which it claims is 100 per cent more resistant to denial-of-service attacks.

DNS Cache attacks are becoming the “new black” when it comes to DoS attacks so Secure64 is hoping to cash in. The system was tested using the new HP Integrity rx2800 i4 and BL860c i4 servers running on the Intel Itanium 9500 processors. It uses faster clock speeds, improved bus architecture and increased onboard L3 cache, Secure64 is able to offer up to double the performance while keeping its software cost the same, resulting in a savings of 48 per cent in total cost of ownership, the company claims.

This means that the HP Integrity rx2800 i4 and BL860c i4 platforms can be turned into reliable and secure entry-class rack-mount and blade servers supporting a range of mission-critical workloads. Joe Gersch, COO of Secure64 said that DNS performance and attack resistance are critical for mobile operators who are experiencing explosive growth in IP traffic.

“Unlike appliance vendors, Secure64 can double the performance on the latest HP Integrity servers compared with previous generation servers at the same software cost,” he insisted.

Secure64’s entire line of DNS products is now compatible with the HP Integrity rx2800 i4 and BL860c i4 servers.

Nick Farrell

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