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Arbor Networks Forms Strategic Partnership With Japan’s Net One Systems Co., Ltd.


Arbor Networks, a leading provider of core-to-core network security and operational performance for global business networks, today announced that it has formed a strategic partnership with Japan networking and systems integration leader Net One Systems. Net One Systems will offer the complete range of Arbor Peakflow products to provide its customers with increased security offerings and improved network security through network-wide data collection, data analysis, anomaly detection and threat mitigation. Arbor Networks currently generates forty percent of revenue from international markets, much of it through strategic partner relationships with companies like Net One Systems.

“Arbor Networks Peakflow product suite addresses some of the most critical requirements of our service provider and enterprise customers, namely the need to improve security and operational performance,” said Mr. Tomohiro Iwamoto, general manager of network technology operations at Net One Systems. “Together, we can provide these companies a comprehensive, turn-key solution from which they will be able to realize rapid return on their investment.”

Arbor’s solutions are built upon the Peakflow platform, an architecture for network-wide data collection, analysis and anomaly detection. The Peakflow platform leverages flow data to provide network-wide visibility and anomaly detection by determining what’s “normal” on the network and then alerting network and security managers to abnormalities as they occur. Arbor Networks provides solutions for both enterprises and service providers with Arbor Peakflow SP and Arbor Peakflow X products, respectively.

Arbor Networks’ Peakflow X security platform was purpose-built to meet the demands of the largest enterprises, addressing a wide range of external and internal security threats while maintaining business continuity. It constructs a system-wide view of the entire network, auto-learning host behaviors to determine who talks to whom, and how. In real-time, Arbor Peakflow X compares traffic against these baselines to perform network behavior analysis (NBA), an innovative management technique used to identify developing security threats that do not yet have signatures -- and therefore may easily slip by other devices such as intrusion prevention systems and firewalls -- including virulent “zero day” attacks.

The Peakflow platforms are complemented by Arbor’s Security Engineering & Response Team (ASERT). ASERT is a security monitoring service staffed with some of the world’s most talented network security professionals. The global penetration of Arbor’s flow-based anomaly detection devices in more than seventy percent of the world’s service provider networks is a distinct advantage for Arbor’s security researchers and customers. ASERT is able to analyze and track large scale vulnerabilities as they develop, enabling Arbor to better serve its customers by helping them prioritize resources to stop vulnerabilities that are the most imminent threats to their networks.


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