FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CAI Networks announces IPV6 support for its WebMux load balancer/traffic manager appliance
Supports both IPV4 and IPV6 network load balancing
Santa Ana, CA, Feb. 5, 2007 CAI Networks™
announces the support of IPV6 by its WebMux™ load balancer/traffic
management appliance. IPV6 is the successor Internet protocol to IPV4
which, most significantly, increases in the number of IP addresses
available for networked devices.
WebMux is one of the first network devices to support IPV6, which is
gaining increasing popularity and acceptance as many businesses and
government agencies are mandating IPV6 support for all networking components
primarily due to concerns about limited address space under IPV4. In 2006,
White House informed CAI Networks for the needs of IPV6 supports in the
WebMux family of products. CAI Networks responded immediately to that request.
IPV6 support is available in WebMux version 8.2.01, which is currently
shipping and which is installable by existing WebMux customers as a
firmware upgrade. WebMux 8.2.01 supports concurrent inbound and outbound
IPV4 and IPV6 traffic.
About CAI Networks, Inc.
Founded in 1987, CAI Networks specializes in Internet appliances and
Internet server reliability solutions and is a leading provider of IP
load balancers. CAI has its engineering and sales offices in Southern
California. CAI Networks' products are installed worldwide by businesses, government
agencies, and ISPs to maintain the reliability and availability and
enhace the performance of web
sites, portals, and web-based applications.
DNSMux™, WebMux™ WebSpray™ and FireSafe™ are
trademarks of CAI Networks, Inc.
For more information, please contact:
CAI Networks, Inc.
714-550-0901 X 7156
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