Red Lambda harnesses grid computing to tackle the ‘big data’ security problem

Red Lambda, headquartered in Longwood, Florida, bills itself as a massively scalable identity-aware network security software vendor for enterprise, government and service provider organizations. Leveraging the power of its own grid-based architecture, dubbed AppIron, the company states the products developed for its platform combine the power of a virtual supercomputer, relational stream processing and artificial intelligence technologies to address ‘big data’ security problems.

MetaGrid, the company’s first marketable product for the enterprise, is a hybrid anomaly-detection, threat-mitigation and identity-aware ESIM product targeted at service providers, cloud providers, Web properties, governments, utilities and financial services organizations. With more than 30 employees, a recently launched Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) sales footprint and an innovative technology, Red Lambda hopes to show traditional ESIM buyers how to tackle big-data security concerns.

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