Extreme Networks Targets Improvements to Networking VirtualizationBy Channel Insider Staff | Print
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Extreme Networks' introduction of two new products, Extreme XNV and Direct Attach architecture, target the growing virtualization market, promising to improve the performance and efficiency of virtualized infrastructures, and also simplifying their management.At the Interop show later this month, Extreme Networks will introduce two new products, Extreme XNV and Direct Attach architecture, that are designed to improve the performance and efficiency of virtualized infrastructures, while simplifying the management.
Extreme Networks will bring two new pieces of their virtualized data center strategy to the Interop 2010 show in Las Vegas, which starts April 25.
Extreme will show off its Extreme XNV virtualization lifecycle management offering and its new Direct Attach data center architecture that is designed to let virtual machines be directly attached to the network, which will help reduce network tiers in the data center and increase performance and scalability.