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  • Akamai - Offers site infrastructure management and load balancing products and services.
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  • Auto Failover - Offers load balancing and server monitoring services.
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  • balance - An Open Source load balancing TCP proxy.
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  • BalanceNG - BalanceNG is an IP load balancing software solution running on Linux or Solaris.
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  • Citrix - Global application service provider offering hosting and colocation services as well as training and certification for their software.
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  • Citrix NetScaler - Offers web traffic management products for load balancing, content delivery, and security.
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  • Coyote Point - Offers load balancing and web infrastructure services for both intranet and extranets.
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  • Does Consulting - Offer services within configuration, administration, and maintenance of load balancers. Based in Boise, Idaho.
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  • Ecessa - PowerLink multi-homing WAN failover and backup solutions. WAN high availability, bandwidth aggregation, and ISP failover at an affordable price.
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  • Elfiq Link Load Balancer - Provides redundant connectivity by load balancing multiple Internet and private links from various providers.
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  • F5 Networks, Inc. - Provides integrated traffic management software-based solutions designed to improve the availability and performance of mission-critical internet-based servers and applications. (Nasdaq: FFIV).
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  • FatPipe Networks - Provides router clustering with load balancing and failover of Internet lines.
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  • KEMP Technologies - Offering Internet traffic management solutions covering load balancing, network monitoring, content switching and clustering.
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  • Linux Network Address Translation - A survey of Linux NAT technologies, including loads of information/pointers on load balancing.
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  • Linux Virtual Server Project - Complete Open Source solution to build clusters of Linux machines.
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  • Load Balancer Appliances - Provide loadbalancer hardware appliances and software solutions.
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  • Load balancing definition - PC Webopedia entry for "load balancing".
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  • Local Mirror - Content delivery network service company offering static and streaming content delivery.
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  • mod_backhand - Drop in module for the Apache web server that provides powerful, flexible and seamless load balancing of heterogeneous server clusters.
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  • Pen - A load balancer for simple tcp based protocols such as http or smtp for Unix.
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  • Queue - GNU load-balancing/distributed batch processing utility and local rsh replacement.
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  • Radware - Server load balancing tools for IP traffic management.
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  • Resonate - Makers of Central Dispatch (load-balancing) and Global Dispatch (DNS-based wide-area load balancing). The software runs on a variety of Unix systems.
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  • SciVisum Ltd. - Software measures the impact of load/stress on both timing and error rates for web servers.
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  • SysMaster - Offers network appliances for network infrastructure management through server load balancers, firewalls, Internet gateways, cache controllers, and traffic monitors.
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  • Tractionet - Offers refurbished servers, load balancers, and consulting services.
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  • Ultra Monkey - Project to create load balanced and highly available services on a local area network using Open Source components on the Linux Operating System.
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  • Uni Tech - Creates high availability and load balancing of Internet servers by distributing traffic according to client proximity, server load and network health.
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  • Xrio - Manufacturers of the Unified Bandwidth Management (UBM) range of load balancing routers. Includes product information, support and information about industry solutions.
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  • Load Balancing Your Web Site - Round-Robin DNS vs. Proxying. From: Web Techniques Magazine. (May 01, 1998)
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