Home >> News: November 7th, 2010 >> Story
Satnews Daily
November 7th, 2010

Comtech EF Data + Stampede Technologies... Acquiring Minds Wish To Know...

[SatNews] Comtech EF Data Corporation has completed their acquisition of Stampede(r) Technologies, Inc., developer of the FX Series WAN optimization and application acceleration platforms.

Comtech EF Data homepage link...
The acquisition enables Comtech EF Data to further expand its Wide Area Network (WAN) optimization product offerings for commercial applications. Leveraging Stampede's award-winning technologies, Comtech EF Data can deliver increased value to its customers by further reducing required bandwidth and better using satellite links. The Stampede FX Series combines one-sided application delivery and two-sided WAN optimization into a single platform with the added flexibility of remote side WAN optimization options. The FX Series delivers unprecedented application performance, optimization, transparency, availability, and management for existing networks. The products utilize Stampede's Application Delivery Controller (ADC) and WAN Optimization Controller (WOC) technologies. These leading-edge technologies reduce the number of channel bits via multiple forms of compression and minimize IP congestion on satellite links, addressing commonly encountered challenges of limited satellite bandwidth, transport protocol delay and inefficiencies, and application protocol delay and inefficiencies.

Typical users for the Stampede Technologies FX Series are Internet Service Providers (ISPs), enterprises, offshore/maritime, and telecommunications operators. The products are intended to support high-speed content delivery, HTTP and TCP optimization and acceleration, Internet access, and corporate networks. Given the advanced features, the products deliver tremendous user benefits including: Bandwidth savings in both directions, measurable reduction in response time, CAPEX for OPEX payback in typically just 3-4 months, scalability for expanding networks, and simplified configuration and installation into existing networks.