FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CAI Networks releases new version of WebMux
All Red Hill Networks, Inc.'s customers eligible to get free firmware update
(Santa Ana, CA, Sepetember 21, 2001)
CAI Networks, Inc., a leading provider of IP load balancers announced
today that it has released a newer version of its WebMux, version 3.9.
This version of WebMux has many desirable new features based on customers
Since WebMux was introduced three years ago, it has been widely accepted
by many companies for their Internet traffic management, server management
and security devices. Many financial institutions, hosting services,
goverment agencies, security advisor companies, as well as military
agencies settled on WebMux for its high performance, high reliability,
sturdy construction, and reasonable price.
The Department of Commerce receives a lot of Internet traffic and been
attacked constantly by hackers all over the world. Since the Department
installed WebMux, WebMux not only provides the load balance for their
high volume Internet traffic, but also the security and reliability the
department needs for servicing businesses and individuals nation-wide. A
Department spokesman has told the WebMux distributor Avanu.com that
WebMux has successfully stopped many DoS attacks.
The US Navy has been using WebMux to handle all Navy ships, planes and
vehicles' time services from all over the world for two years. US Navy
officers are very impressed by WebMux's reliability, ease of use, and
high performance. They also praise WebMux saving Tax Payers' money with
its reasonable price.
With the new version of firmware, WebMux has more features than ever.
It makes a system administrator's life much easier. No more rushing to
office for change servers any more. It monitors the servers, the router,
or even a device a few hops above the router. It reports any problem through
telephone pager or email. It automaticaaly switches good stand-by servers
into service without human intervention. CAI Networks also plans a roadmap
for future WebMux firmware/hardware releases. CAI Networks plans to
release the next generation WebMux based on a 1U design by the end of
2001. It will provide even higher performace, take less rack space, and
its universal power supply and universal built-in paging device will
work anywhere in the world.
About CAI Networks, Inc
Founded in 1987, CAI Networks has its engineering and sales office in
Santa Ana, California. It also has sales offices in Europe and Asia.
CAI Networks has two factories in Asia, one in Taiwan and one in China.
CAI Networks specializes in Internet appliances, and Internet server
For more information contact:
Phone: (714) 550-0901