With cyber attacks growing in number and sophistication, organizations are increasingly looking to service providers such as Black Lotus to provide protection and enable uninterrupted operations.
Shawn Marck, CEO, Black Lotus
Criminals, political protestors, and terrorists continually launch massive distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks to disrupt and disable the operations of targeted businesses, schools, and governments. From routine requirements to emergencies, organizations are increasingly looking to Black Lotus to provide protection and enable uninterrupted operations.
To power its security services in the face of growing customer demand, Black Lotus needed to expand its carrier-class network infrastructure to scale to terabit speeds, be unfailingly resilient even under constant attack, and deliver a low total cost of ownership.
With the growing demand for its services, Black Lotus has migrated from MX480 3D Universal Edge Routers to MX960 routers as part of its data center expansion. Black Lotus has also replaced its incumbent switch vendor with EX Series Ethernet Switches for enhanced speed, scale, and performance.
Black Lotus saw the number of unique DDoS attacks triple in 2013. With Juniper in the data center, Black Lotus can scale its services to protect customers against devastating attacks.