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New Technology from Extreme Networks, Broadcom

2/04/2014 by

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Extreme Networks launches new hardware and software networking solutions, Broadcom announces an expansion of its multi-core communications processor family, and Numergy selects Nuage Networks SDN solution to expand its cloud infrastructure.

Extreme Networks launches new networking solutions. At Interop 2014 in Las Vegas this week Extreme Networks (EXTR) launched new hardware and software products for simple, fast and smart networking solutions. For centralized management and rapid problem identification and resolution across the network NetSight 6.0 provides one tool, with one database. Purview application analytics gathers application intelligence at Layer 7 direct from the network. A new SDN 2.0 provides an open, standards-based architecture for combining automated network and application provisioning and orchestration through open integration with northbound and southbound services. A new BlackDiamond X8 100GbE Blade gives 100G wire speed with 20Tbps of non-blocking throughput on a 4 port blade. Finally, new IdentiFi 3800 series 802.11ac access points provide 1.75Gbps total throughput with automatic configuration and RF optimization. ”The network is a critical component to enable increasingly mobile and social enterprises,” said Bob Laliberte, Senior Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group. ”Accordingly, IT should strive to ensure an optimal experience for all its users all of the time. With its new architecture, Extreme Networks has taken a big step in helping organizations meet that goal by combining network visibility, analytics and policy, over high performance wired and wireless infrastructures. These network solutions are designed to deliver the requisite intelligence, performance and operational simplicity to handle demanding enterprise environments.”

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