Adara Networks, Incorporated, was the first manufacturer to offer route optimization products based on Layer 7 application data. It now provides advanced networking solutions. It is headquartered in Scotts Valley, California.
The company is headed by Chief Executive Officer Eric Johnson and Chief Technology Officer Harrick Vin.
The company's core technology optimizes carrier, enterprise, and service provider networks without restructuring existing systems and caches, network router, servers, and other devices and technologies. The company also creates, develops, tests, and deploys solutions for next-generation networks.
Adara Networks uses a technology that provides media distributors, enterprises, and service providers with WAN (Wide-Area Network) and Web performance devices and systems. The company measures client-to-server latency. Through this, Adara enables large-bandwidth or low-latency applications to function in a WAN as well as to provide LAN-degree performance.
Adara has developed a range of proprietary routing devices that utilize resources and optimize performance within networks. Their premiere product is the Adara NPX (Network Path Xcelerator).
The Adara NPX systems offer intelligent network traffic management and worldwide load balancing solutions. These systems have the ability to calculate pieces of information such as client location, network congestion and distance, service or object location, and server load and availability. This allows clients the optimal point of service.
Each Adara NPX system comprises different functional modules such as NPX Application Routing, NPX eXternal Server Adapter, NPX Global Quality of Service Management, NPX Security with IPSec-based VPN (Virtual Private Networking), Firewalling, and SSLs (Secure Socket Layers)
The NPX system directs the client to an optimal server with various redirection mechanisms such as the shortest distance and clearest route to a proxy from an information source, with lower loss and lower latency. This also provides its clients with the shortest distance and clearest channel between peer servers (object and request), the optimum sites' optimal server and the optimum path for the client.
Adara Networks, Incorporated, received a fixed contract of $ 7.3 million from the NHRC (Naval Health Research Center) to design and test an incorporated service platform to resolve network latency, integration complexity, and scalability issues.
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