San Jose-based Extreme Networks makes key enhancements to its Software Defined Architecture, announcing a range of new Software defined Networking (SDN) products and expansion of its Technology Solution Partner (TSP) program. Extreme has unveiled new data center switching, analytics and the integration of additional third-party SDN Solutions.
Extreme brings to market OneController™, an OpenDaylight-based SDN platform, Summit® X670-G2 Switch, new data center switching platform and Purview™ Application Sensor, a new appliance for scaling and simplifying the deployment of Purview analytics within data centers.
According to Extreme Networks, its Software Defined Architecture delivers robust performance, unified management, application analytics and dynamic data center orchestration for highly virtualized enterprises, cloud/service providers and high performance computing (HPC)/Big Data deployments.
In addition, Extreme Networks has also added Sanbolic, A10 Networks and NetOptics IXIA to its Technology Solution Partner (TSP) Program that it introduced in July, adding to existing TSP member companies that include Microsoft, Palo Alto Networks and AirWatch by VMware.
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.