Company Overview of The IRC Company, Inc.
The IRC Company, Inc., doing business as Black Lotus Communications Corporation, provides consultation for design and implementation of denial of service (DDoS) protection solutions for service providers and enterprises worldwide. The company delivers DDoS protection using GRE tunnels or physical cross connections to defend entire BGP network against DDoS attacks; and application layer DDoS protection for Websites by leveraging mitigation cloud. The company was incorporated in 2005 and is based in Los Angeles, California. It has locations in Ashburn, Virginia; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; and Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose, and Santa Clara, California. As of July 1, 2015, The IRC Compan...
1 Sansome Street
San Francisco, CA 94104
Founded in 2005
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The IRC Company, Inc. Key Developments
The IRC Company, Inc. Presents at The Third Annual Los Angeles & Southwest Data Center Summit, Dec-17-2014 11:30 AM
Dec 15 14
The IRC Company, Inc. Presents at The Third Annual Los Angeles & Southwest Data Center Summit, Dec-17-2014 11:30 AM. Venue: Los Angeles, California, United States. Speakers: Arman Khalili, CEO.
Huawei Signs Memorandum of Understanding with Black Lotus to Provide Enhanced DDoS Protection for the Global Security Service Market
Dec 10 14
Huawei signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Black Lotus. The partnership will focus on research and development (R&D) in cyber defense technology and marketing. As DDoS attack traffic continues to grow, there has also been an increase in application attacks and cloud-based Cybercrime-as-a-Service (CaaS) has become increasingly prevalent. To help enterprises mitigate this increase in DDoS attacks, the collaboration will combine Huawei's anti-DDoS products and technical expertise with Black Lotus' professional anti-DDoS services. Huawei's anti-DDoS products offer the best performance across the industry and its anti-DDoS solution has a global active botnet database and an IP reputation database, which is important as botnets are the main source of DDoS attacks. Black Lotus will supplement Huawei's solution with advanced DDoS protection service capabilities. Huawei and Black Lotus will work together on a market development plan that will initially focus on Western Europe and expand to other South Pacific and North American markets. The companies are currently working together to expand Black Lotus' Amsterdam scrubbing center capacity to help European ISPs and small and medium-sized enterprises address challenges of increasingly severe DDoS attacks. Black Lotus also plans to establish DDoS scrubbing centers in Australia and other countries across Asia Pacific. In addition, the companies will conduct research and publish a joint report on global DDoS attack trends around new DDoS attacks types as part of the MoU. Together, Huawei and Black Lotus will help enterprises mitigate an increase in DDoS attacks through offering the threat emergency response services.
Black Lotus, NSONE Launch Private DNS Networks with Native DDoS Protection
Nov 10 14
Black Lotus and NSONE, Inc. announced the availability of private DNS networks natively protected from DDoS attacks via Black Lotus' always-on DDoS mitigation services. Built on top of NSONE's DNS platform and Black Lotus's powerful scrubbing and filtering technology and terabit capacity network, DDoS-protected private DNS networks offer DNS and traffic management for mission critical services such as banking, health, and government, and high-risk sectors like social or dating networks and online gambling. NSONE and Black Lotus' private DNS networks are fully managed deployments of the same technology stack powering NSONE's industry leading Global DNS Network, which services the large sites on the Internet. Private DNS networks offer unparalleled flexibility and control in directing traffic to today's complex, distributed applications, and are dedicated implementations of NSONE's stack, right-sized and fine-tuned to meet the needs of customers with unique DNS requirements.
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