Recently, China Unicom has announced to partner with Genie Networks to deploy GenieATM systems on the domestic backbone to build its largest DDoS protection and mitigation system. The deployment not only protects China Unicom’s backbone network across China, but also caters comprehensive DDoS protection services to its customers.
Genie Networks, a leading technology company providing networking and security solutions for optimizing the performance and lowering the operation costs of large networks is broadening its business activities in the Indian market with the announcement of its India & SAARC operations based out of India, Mumbai. The opening of Genie’s Mumbai office comes as a natural outgrowth mainly due to the strong customer demand for network-wide visibility into data traffic and outburst of MSS business in the SAARC market.
Service enhances Zain’s internet reachability in an efficient and safe manner
Zain Group, a leading mobile telecommunication provider has chosen Genie Networks to optimize its network peering as well as delivering cybersecurity service to its operating companies and enterprise customers.
In the past few days, a new attack method, Memcrashed, caused web sites to become denial of services. Hackers have been exploiting the vulnerability of Memcached protocol as their volumetric, reflective, amplification attack tool.
Genie Networks, a company that has dedicated its profession in developing large network’s traffic visibility and DDoS security for almost 20 years, has recently been awarded as a winner in 2017 Golden Bridge Business and Innovation Award in both “Network Visibility Innovations” and “Security Solution for Service Providers Innovations” categories.
Genie Networks announced today that Network Product Guide, industry’s leading technology research and advisory guide, has named GenieATM6000 (GenieATM) as the Silver winner in the 12th Annual 2017 IT World Awards in the Best IT Products and Service for Telecommunications.
On May 2017, a vicious ransomware known as WannaCry has swept the world with its infection among Microsoft Window computers. The attack targets a security loophole called EternalBlue which was developed by US National Security Agency (NSA) and infiltrates into users system. Once the hacking process is complete, the attack will immediately encrypt all data in the users’ systems and demand a 300-500 bitcoin ransom to unlock.
China Telecom has been one of Genie Networks earliest clients. It is China largest broadband service provider, covering China fixed-line market share over 50%. Nearly all of China Telecom branches have now deployed GenieATM to supervise its network security.