Arbor Networks are the top supplier of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) mitigation appliances, as well as in the Carrier, Enterprise and Mobile market segments, according to Infonetics Research.
Infonetics in its report said the combination of very high volume attacks driven by the use of reflection or amplification techniques and the increasing sophistication and frequency of application-layer attacks has most significance on large enterprises and mid-sized cloud and hosting providers.
Service providers purchase DDoS solutions to protect their own infrastructure and many carriers are buying DDoS products to build out managed services for their customers.
Arbor Cloud is an integrated, multi-layer solution which defends complex DDoS attack and provides a single, carrier-agnostic solution to protect global enterprises from multi-layer attacks.
Additionally, Parvail Availability Protect System guards against complex application-layer attacks and state-exhausting attacks.
The company said cloud-based service defends against volumetric DDoS attacks that are too large to be mitigated on-premise.
This apart, the ISP and cloud hosting providers rely on Arbor’s Peakflow DDoS protection platform to avoid threats such as botnets and volumetric and application-layer DDoS attacks.
According to Arbor, more than 60 service providers globally offer DDoS managed services powered by Arbor Networks.
“We have deep relationships with the world’s largest network operators across the service provider, cloud hosting and enterprise markets. We’ll continue to innovate and deliver solutions that meet customer needs across all markets,” said Matthew Moynahan, president, Arbor Networks.
Last year in October, Arbor unveiled Peakflow platform that dramatically reduces time to detect and mitigate DDoS attacks.
In March last year, MTN Communications (MTN) selected Arbor’s Pravail Availability Protection System to protect its network from application-layer DDoS attacks that target availability.