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Chinese market to benefit from Radware & Tencent Cloud's new partnership

01 Dec 16

Radware has partnered with Tencent Cloud to offer Chinese customers an array of cyber security solutions.

The cyber security provider and application delivery solutions for virtual, cloud, and software-defined data centers recently made the announcement.  

The two organisations will offer cloud security solutions for Chinese-based Tencent Cloud application services, the private cloud services market as well as DDoS protection for overseas customers.

Tencent Cloud is a  public Cloud platform provider in China, offering a wide range of services such as cloud server, cloud database, cloud storage, CDN as well as solutions for gaming, video and mobile applications.

With the increasingly challenging global information security landscape, Tencent Cloud says it has decided to work closely with Radware to tighten its application security protections for global users.

The cloud provider also intends to offer its Chinese customers Radware’s cloud security protection as an additional service.

Radware offers a global cloud security network to provide continuously adaptive, real-time protection for the most sophisticated DDoS and web security threats.

According to the company, it scales over 2TB of mitigation capacity with dedicated scrubbing centers to provide comprehensive cloud security solution segregating clean and DDoS attack traffic.

Radware’s battle-proven Emergency Response Team (ERT) can also provide fully managed 24/7 services, comprehensive mitigation services and best practices to manage emerging, single and multi-vector attacks, and prevent outage and minimize service level degradation.

The security solutions are used by more than 10,000 enterprise and carrier customers worldwide to adapt to market challenges quickly, maintain business continuity and achieve maximum productivity while keeping costs down. 

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