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|Extreme Networks Introduces an Open, Standards Based and Comprehensive SDN and Data Center Ecosystem|
|Posted: Mon Nov 17, 2014 01:59:10 PM|
Company Announces Intelligent, High Performance Data Center Switching, Analytics and the Integration of Additional Third-Party SDN Solutions
SAN JOSE, Calif., Nov. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Extreme Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: EXTR), a leader in high performance networking, today announced new products and Technology Solution Partner (TSP) Program members as key enhancements to its Software Defined Architecture, the industry's first open, standards based and comprehensive data center ecosystem.
Extreme Networks' Software Defined Architecture delivers robust performance, unified management, application analytics and dynamic data center orchestration for highly virtualized enterprise, cloud/service provider and high performance computing (HPC)/Big Data deployments. By leveraging OneController, an OpenDaylight-based SDN platform, customers can harness the innovation velocity fueled by an open source SDN landscape.
Extreme Networks New Data Center Switching and Analytics Products
New Technology Solution Partner (TSP) Program Members
Extreme Networks Data Center Solution Elements
Extreme Networks' Technology Solution Partner (TSP) Program
Extreme Networks' Technology Solutions Partner (TSP) Program is a consortium of technology leaders committed to accelerating IT innovation through open, standards based and flexible, high performance network architectures. Leveraging Extreme Networks SDN architecture -which integrates the award-winning OneFabric Control Center, OneController OpenDaylight and OneFabric Connect SDN API- the TSP program focuses on integration, validation and interoperability with technology leaders in the areas of mobility, security, SDN, IT operations, data center, cloud, analytics and convergence. TSP member companies include: Microsoft Palo Alto Networks, AirWatch by VMware, A10 Networks, NetOptics/IXIA and Sanbolic.
Lenovo and Extreme Networks Tackle HPC with Intelligent Cluster
Extreme Networks' high performance Ethernet solutions are available as part of Lenovo's portfolio of HPC solutions, combining supercomputing with resilient, fast and intelligent networking. Extreme Networks and Lenovo will demonstrate HPC infrastructure that feature Lenovo servers, storage, software and Extreme Networks' low latency Summit series switches at SC14 (Booth #3123), Nov. 17 - 20. Demonstrations will also include a range of high-performance, non-blocking Ethernet interfaces connecting 1GbE/10GbE/40GbE servers and storage infrastructure. These tested solutions allow for a wide choice of technology within an integrated, delivered HPC solution.
Scott Tease, executive director, High Performance Computing at Lenovo
"As the need for more complete HPC solutions is continually driven by requirements for big data, cloud and convergence, Extreme Networks' scalable Ethernet solutions are ideally suited as the newest addition to Lenovo's Intelligent Cluster. The wide range of high density support at 1/10/40GbE speeds combined with impressive latency performance is key to the success of HPC projects throughout enterprises, research institutions and telecoms."
Markus Nispel, vice president, Solutions Architecture and Innovation at Extreme Networks
"Extreme Networks' commitment to open and multi-vendor based networking through our Software Defined Architecture, the development of our SDN platform leveraging OpenDaylight and cooperation with data center and HPC leaders accelerates the availability of innovative solutions for both our customers and our integration partners."