SYSU will use the Allot Service Gateway 9500 platform, a key part of the company’s Allot Smart package. With Allot Smart in tow, SYSU will be able to put policies in place to manage traffic up to 100 gigabytes per second with profiles for various data-intensive apps that can wear on network stability.
All this is achieved by the Allot platform’s machine-learning artificial intelligence, the company said, which provides actionable insights to improve quality of experience.
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“Allot is a trusted partner that is dedicated to catering to our network performance and analytics needs,” SYSU’s Director of the Network and Information Technology Center He Haitao said in a statement. “As our partnership expands, we also look forward to cost-effectively scaling our networks without requiring hardware updates and incurring additional capital expenditures.”
SYSU is considered one of the top universities in China by US News & World Report and is attended by more than 50,000 students.
“We are excited to continue and strengthen our five-year long relationship with SYSU,” Allot VP of Enterprise Sales Tomer Egozi said in a statement. “We look forward to generating even better experiences for the devices and users on the university’s network through optimized traffic management and visibility.”
Shares of Allot climbed 0.8% higher Tuesday to $7.99.
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