Extreme Networks will be showcasing its open Cloud and mobile enterprise network solutions at Interop (News - Alert) Las Vegas, from May 10-12. The networking company, targeting the global mobile world, will also participate in main educational sessions that help customers build scalable, virtualized and mobile networks.
Among many other things, Extreme Networks is showcasing how it helps organizations, including enterprises and Cloud hosting providers, to lower their costs and enable a new generation of mobile applications and converged services that address people, network connected devices and machines.
With the company's next generation data center and enterprise portfolio, customers can drive new efficiencies. Customers can deliver reliable converged mobile services that underpin the future digital workplace, educational institutions and the data centers of enterprises and Cloud hosting providers.
“The pervasiveness of network mobility and the emergence of the Cloud at ever scaling levels of performance means that network decision makers now face profound new choices,” said David Ginsburg (News - Alert), senior vice president of strategic marketing for Extreme Networks, in a statement. “These choices mean finding open solutions that scale for the Cloud, decrease operational costs and help prepare them for the future.”
Extreme Networks (News - Alert) recently announced its membership in the Open Networking Foundation, a nonprofit industry consortium dedicated to promoting a new approach to networking called Software-Defined Networking , a nonprofit industry consortium dedicated to promoting a new approach to networking called Software-Defined Networking.
According to a release, Extreme Networks joins 27 member companies comprised of network equipment suppliers, networking and virtualization software suppliers, and chip technology providers.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell