TMCnet Network Packer Broker Week in Review
September 22, 2012
Are you in search of a hardware-based appliance that can improve visibility significantly into each and every operation currently underway in your corporate infrastructure? Then be sure to implement a network packet broker, a guaranteed solution to drive network monitoring.
This week in the growing space, it was revealed that VSS Monitoring, a major network packet broker provider, in conjunction with TMC will be holding a today a not-to-miss webinar titled, “Network Packet Brokers: A strategic approach for optimizing network & security monitoring infrastructure and ROI ”, on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. EDT / 11:00 a.m. PDT.
Topics planned to be highlighted during the informative event include managing a global data network including LANs and WANs, the steps to take in order to see a much higher level of network performance and efficiency, and how when using a network packet broker network downtime can be slashed dramatically.
In other news, MoSys launched its second generation bandwidth engine device called MSR620 that enhances the bandwidth engine capabilities by seamlessly integrating cycle selectable burst functionality with different packet sizes.
“The addition of the burst functionality and higher interface rates gives the MSR620 unparalleled performance in high data rate applications while reducing board area, power and system cost,” said John Monson, vice president of Marketing at MoSys.
In addition, this next-generation solution can be utilized with high-speed buffering applications that require higher speed interfaces.
Closing out the week, The Picanol Group, a company heavily rooted in the weaving machine industry, selected the Exinda 360 Dynamic Policy Engine which will allow the company to much more easily closely analyze an array of network traffic.
The weaving provider was in need of a solution that would allow it to improve the efficiency of its arsenal of weaving equipment while also cutting costs, factors that ultimately lead to the selection of this offering.
In a statement, Bart Lagast, Senior System Engineer, Picanol Group said, “The initial deployment provided by Exinda was one of the best I have ever seen. It really helped us to optimize our traffic so employees
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