Tuesday, 25 January 2011

Extreme Networks Reduces Data Centre Complexity With Enhanced Network Architecture

Extreme Networks today announced an enhanced network architecture aimed at boosting performance in next-generation data centres and clouds by combining its Direct Attach Virtual Machine (VM) switching with Multi-System Link Aggregation (M-LAG) to create a new architecture that addresses high-performance switching for virtualised environments.

With the emergence of private and public cloud architectures, the networking infrastructure required to support virtualisation and the VM mobility associated with shared and dynamic cloud-based resources has become overly complex due to outmoded network designs based on Spanning Tree. Extreme Networks’ M-LAG Direct Attach architecture addresses this complexity by significantly simplifying network design and scaling performance.

For further information please contact extremenetworkspr@mccint.com

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