- Mar. 21, 2012 -
Albuquerque, NM -- Lighthorse Networks(tm)
, the leading provider of high performance Network Forensics and Network Security Stream-to-Disk storage solutions is pleased to announce the immediate availability of it's CloudStream(
tm) appliance platform on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. “Red Hat is the Standard for Open Source Linux with a stable, reliable technology that Enterprise Customers have deployed globally, and come to depend on. Lighthorse Networks is releasing Cloudstream for delivery on Red Hat's pervasive and ubiquitous Linux Server Platform.” stated Jeff Merkey, CEO of Lighthorse Networks. “The Company is announcing support for all of the Red Hat's Enterprise Linux Product Offerings with Cloudstream(
tm) as well as support for the Centos implementation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.”
Lighthorse Networks develops and provides high performance network security and network forensics deep packet capture and routing solutions for physical and virtual networks. The Company's stream to disk technology captures, stores, and routes network traffic at over 10 gigabit per second rates and supports full real time analysis and network security applications. The technology works on existing customer hardware infrastructures and can be installed as a software only solution, thereby preserving customer investment in their existing hardware. Download a copy of the network collector to evaluate at no cost by registering an account.
tm) is fully interoperable with offerings from vendors such as Niksun(tm), Endace(tm), and Solera Networks(tm)
tm) supports hundreds of existing open source and proprietary network security and network forensics applications out of the box with seamless compatibility.
Developed by the same scientists who created Solera Networks(tm)
award winning technology, the technology is low cost, powerful, scalable, and extensible.
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Lighthorse Networks develops and provides high performance network security and network forensics deep packet capture and routing solutions for physical and virtual networks.