Extreme Networks

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  • White Papers // Oct 2012

    ExtremeXOS Automation

    This paper will introduce the Extreme Networks automation framework. Extreme Networks has developed several product components to enable businesses to gain a competitive advantage by using automation tools to help run, administer, and maintain their critical network infrastructure while reducing staff and operational expense. Automation can enhance network deployments in...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Oct 2012

    CLEAR-Flow

    One of the fundamental limitations with most traffic monitoring and management methods in use today is that they are not built into the network itself. CLEAR-Flow represents a new paradigm for network traffic management. For the first time, CLEAR-Flow brings together network monitoring, analysis, and response in a single process...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Oct 2012

    Better Network, Better Surveillance

    Physical Security involves the monitoring, detection, prevention and post-incident resolution of physical intrusions into an organization or location. It consists of video surveillance, intelligent building alarms, access control, and video analytics, as well as incidence response and resolution. The physical security industry is in the midst of a rapid transition...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Jul 2012

    Delivering a Greener Data Center

    Extreme Networks is committed to reducing energy and promoting a greener world both with networks and business practices. The company takes a lifecycle approach to power efficiency and management, from product inception, through deployment and operation, and then onto eventual retirement. When the authors first design a product, they select...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Jun 2012

    Congestion Management and Buffering in Data Center Networks

    Data center networks are undergoing a significant paradigm shift. Several technology and business trends are driving this transformation. Server and storage virtualization is changing the way applications, servers, and storage is deployed. 10G/40G Ethernet, Data Center Bridging (DCB), and Low Latency Ethernet are opening up the possibility of an all...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Jun 2012

    How the Port Density of a Data Center LAN Switch Impacts Scalability and Total Cost of Ownership

    As data centers are forced to accommodate rapidly growing volumes of information, their capacities to process, store, and transfer data are having difficulty keeping pace. A Gartner survey in November 2010 found that 47% of representatives from 1,004 large enterprises from eight countries ranked data growth as one of their...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Delivering a Greener Campus

    Extreme Networks is committed to reducing energy and promoting a greener world both with their networks and their business practices. The company takes a lifecycle approach to power efficiency and management, from product inception, through deployment and operation, and then on to eventual retirement. When the authors first design a...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Building Cloud-Scale Networks Using Open Fabric Architectures

    Several technology inflection points are coming together that are fundamentally changing the way networks are architected, deployed and operated both in the public cloud and private cloud. Requirements are rapidly changing and driving new approaches to building data center networks. Extreme Networks is enabling next generation data centers with open,...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Extreme Networks Open Fabric Data Center Solution: Architecture Overview

    Virtualization and cloud computing are dramatically changing the enterprise data center infrastructure landscape. Data centers are quickly evolving to highly virtualized environments and cloud-based service models. This evolution requires IT to take into consideration the evolution from physical to virtual to cloud and the rapid evolution of services and technologies....

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // May 2012

    High Performance Computing Cluster Interconnect

    High Performance Computing Clusters (HPCC) are no longer exclusive to the scientific community. "Big Data Analytics" are big business. Financial Services, Retail and Manufacturing all require real-time analysis for real-time business decisions. This white paper discusses the cluster interconnect, its importance to HPCC and a lowest latency, higher performing solution...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // May 2012

    OpenFlow and SDNs

    OpenFlow is a new protocol designed to control flow tables in Ethernet switches. OpenFlow is implemented on an Ethernet switch controller, using an internal flowtable and a standardized interface to add and remove flow entries. OpenFlow enables Software Defined Networks (SDNs) which utilize abstractions in an effort to simplify networks...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Public, Hybrid and Private Virtualized Multi-Tenant Cloud Data Center Architecture Overview

    The Extreme Networks Virtualized Multi-Tenant and Cloud Data Center Architecture are designed to meet the needs of service providers and enterprises in this fast-growing market. This architecture is built around highly virtualized environments where information isolation within a shared resource environment, infrastructure scale, virtualization lifecycle management, performance, automation and integration...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Apr 2012

    The Case for Using 10 Gigabit Ethernet for Low Latency Network Applications

    For most traditional enterprise client/server applications, the primary performance metric has been user response time, with something on the order of 100 milliseconds (ms) generally being considered acceptable. Over the last few years a new generation of server-to-server distributed applications has emerged where performance is largely determined by the end-to-end...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Wireless on the Wall New Converged Wireless and Wired Edge for Mobile Users

    Today's mobile users require consistent Wi-Fi with high throughput, but traditional ceiling-mounted access points can make it challenging to extend 802.11n into facilities with lots of rooms with walls and other obstructions. The combination of the Altitude 4511 wallplate access point, fortified with Motorola radio technology and intelligent switches from...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Dormitory Wireless is a Snap: Leverage Existing CAT 5 Cable for Cost-Effective 802.11n Upgrade

    Higher education students today expect Wi-Fi connectivity. College-bound students are bringing three to four Wi-Fi devices to campus, including laptops, iPads and other tablets, Smartphone and gaming systems. They expect to use all these devices not just across campus, but also in their dorm rooms. Until recently, most colleges and...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Wireless on the Wall

    Today's mobile users require consistent Wi-Fi with high throughput, but traditional ceiling-mounted access points can make it challenging to extend 802.11n into facilities with lots of rooms with walls and other obstructions. The combination of the Altitude 4511 wall plate access point, fortified with Motorola radio technology and intelligent switches...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Dormitory Wireless is a Snap

    Higher education students today expect Wi-Fi connectivity. College-bound students are bringing three to four Wi-Fi devices to campus, including laptops, iPads and other tablets, Smartphone's and gaming systems. They expect to use all these devices not just across campus, but also in their dorm rooms. Until recently, most colleges and...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • Case Studies // Aug 2011

    Regional Telecommunications Company Opts for Excellent Service Delivery to Beat Big Carriers

    West Central Telephone Association (WCTA) is a full-service telecommunications. The main challenges were to prepare for anticipated growth and the addition of new technologies including triple play services and HDTV, West Central Telephone Association needed to upgrade its network. Its priorities were scalability and lowering its total cost of ownership....

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    Exploring New Data Center Network Architectures With Multi-Switch Link Aggregation (M-LAG)

    The broad adoption of virtualization has led to a flurry of server consolidation projects. IT administrators are looking to push the envelope when it comes to how many virtual servers or Virtual Machines (VMs) can be packed on a single physical server. This is a disruptive change and impacts traditional...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    40 and 100 Gigabit Ethernet Overview

    This paper takes a look at the main forces that are driving Ethernet bandwidth upwards. It looks at the standards and architectural practices adopted by the different segments, how the different speeds of Ethernet are used and how its popularity has resulted in an ecosystem spanning data centers, carrier networks,...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    Wireless Mobility: The New Productivity Tool in Healthcare

    The foremost goal for healthcare providers is to deliver the highest quality medical care to their patients. To accomplish this, caregivers in a hospital were setting need productivity tools that allow them to spend more time taking care of patients and less time dealing with administrative tasks. Doctors and nurses,...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    Make Your Network Mobile

    Your Enterprise is going mobile. Is your network ready? With the proliferation of mobile users and their devices within a campus or across continents, the challenges of operating and managing a network have fundamentally changed. IT has rapidly evolved from a world of static to a new world of mobile...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    Mobilizing the Digital Classroom in Higher Education

    Higher education institutions are challenged to attract top talent in a highly competitive field. On the other hand, they must control the ongoing costs of daily administration, lecture delivery and basic research. Adding to these challenges is the exponential rise in the numbers of wireless users and multimedia applications accessing...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    Mobility in the Network: A Phased Technology Approach

    Several global trends are driving a fundamental shift in the way IT is conducting their business. First, the move to a global workforce is driving a 24x7, always-on model of operation with the constant need for access to content, data and applications. Second, the proliferations of smart mobile devices such...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Managed Hosting and Cloud Data Center Architecture Overview

    The Extreme Networks Managed Hosting and Cloud Data Center Architecture are designed to meet the needs of service providers in this fast-growing market. This architecture is built around highly virtualized environments where infrastructure scale, virtualization lifecycle management, performance, automation, and integration into existing management and provisioning platforms are required. From...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    Networks in Motion

    The enterprise is in motion, both literally and figuratively. The traditional enterprise edge and lines of demarcation are disappearing, and with it, conventional views on security and access. Employees are mobile, demanding on-the-go access to data and applications across a diverse set of platforms and operating systems, while IT is...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    High-Performance ISCSI SAN Architecture - A Solution's View From Extreme Networks, Intel and NetApp

    This paper is targeted to enterprise and service provider IT managers who may be evaluating the ability of iSCSI SANs to satisfy the performance requirements of their most demanding storage applications. Storage application performance is dependent on more than just the performance of the storage array. The full data path...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Meeting the Needs of Ethernet Mobile Backhaul Design for the New Mobile World

    The mobile world is rapidly evolving with the endless proliferation of new mobile devices and applications, where users demand convenient access at anytime from anywhere, and mobile operators must fulfill their promise of providing the best subscriber experience. With these trends, mobile operators are deploying next-generation 3G and 4G networks...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    How Direct Attach From Extreme Networks Reduces Tiers in the Data Center

    The emergence of virtualization technology has transformed the modern data center by improving server utilization, reducing power requirements and increasing both availability and scalability. At the same time, the requirement for server density has led to the growth in blade servers. These trends have had an impact on data center...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    XNV (ExtremeXOS Network Virtualization): Bringing Virtual Machine Lifecycle Management to the Network

    The increasing adoption of server virtualization in the data center is driving greater consolidation, reducing power usage, and increasing both availability and resiliency. However, server virtualization brings with it a set of operational challenges on the networking side: from dealing with configuration challenges around Virtual Machine (VM) switching to managing...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    The High Performance Network for ISCSI

    iSCSI is fast becoming one of the most important applications in the data center. IT organizations have been focusing on creating a converged infrastructure to support high-performance iSCSI while allowing other applications to coexist on the network. This paper describes how to achieve high-performance iSCSI, discusses the components needed to...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) Deployment Guidelines for Converged Networks - Revision 01

    This paper was written to help business partners and systems engineers with configuring Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) loop avoidance for converged networks. This configuration can be generalized and applied to most converged networks from various IP PBX vendors in order to provide loop avoidance and prevent end-user cabling errors...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • Case Studies // Nov 2008

    Parknet Uses Extreme Networks to Deliver Triple Play and Broadband Services

    Parknet, located in Copenhagen, was established in 2003 with the goal of creating cost-effective, fast internet access to homes. The main challenge was, they needed a high performance network solution to offer its customers high availability internet access, Voice over IP, and cable TV. They chose Extreme Networks to overcome...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Building High Availability for Avaya Unified Communications Using Extreme Networks

    Extreme Networks and Avaya have developed complimentary technologies that deliver carrier-class availability over IP. This technical white paper explores one field-proven design that makes use of these capabilities. It starts out with a high level overview of the design then drills down into the details on how each of the...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • Case Studies // Sep 2008

    Extreme Networks Provides Availability and Reliability Required for Customers of Leading Finnish Service Provider

    Xenetic, Inc. provides managed business-critical Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) services that require around-the-clock availability. The main challenge is that they required, a high availability and reliable infrastructure to support the applications of its customers, including Voice-over-IP (VoIP), online trading, and other mission-critical applications. They chose Extreme Networks to overcome...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Oct 2012

    Better Network, Better Surveillance

    Physical Security involves the monitoring, detection, prevention and post-incident resolution of physical intrusions into an organization or location. It consists of video surveillance, intelligent building alarms, access control, and video analytics, as well as incidence response and resolution. The physical security industry is in the midst of a rapid transition...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Jun 2012

    How the Port Density of a Data Center LAN Switch Impacts Scalability and Total Cost of Ownership

    As data centers are forced to accommodate rapidly growing volumes of information, their capacities to process, store, and transfer data are having difficulty keeping pace. A Gartner survey in November 2010 found that 47% of representatives from 1,004 large enterprises from eight countries ranked data growth as one of their...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Apr 2012

    The Case for Using 10 Gigabit Ethernet for Low Latency Network Applications

    For most traditional enterprise client/server applications, the primary performance metric has been user response time, with something on the order of 100 milliseconds (ms) generally being considered acceptable. Over the last few years a new generation of server-to-server distributed applications has emerged where performance is largely determined by the end-to-end...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Jun 2012

    Congestion Management and Buffering in Data Center Networks

    Data center networks are undergoing a significant paradigm shift. Several technology and business trends are driving this transformation. Server and storage virtualization is changing the way applications, servers, and storage is deployed. 10G/40G Ethernet, Data Center Bridging (DCB), and Low Latency Ethernet are opening up the possibility of an all...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Delivering a Greener Campus

    Extreme Networks is committed to reducing energy and promoting a greener world both with their networks and their business practices. The company takes a lifecycle approach to power efficiency and management, from product inception, through deployment and operation, and then on to eventual retirement. When the authors first design a...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Building Cloud-Scale Networks Using Open Fabric Architectures

    Several technology inflection points are coming together that are fundamentally changing the way networks are architected, deployed and operated both in the public cloud and private cloud. Requirements are rapidly changing and driving new approaches to building data center networks. Extreme Networks is enabling next generation data centers with open,...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Extreme Networks Open Fabric Data Center Solution: Architecture Overview

    Virtualization and cloud computing are dramatically changing the enterprise data center infrastructure landscape. Data centers are quickly evolving to highly virtualized environments and cloud-based service models. This evolution requires IT to take into consideration the evolution from physical to virtual to cloud and the rapid evolution of services and technologies....

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // May 2012

    High Performance Computing Cluster Interconnect

    High Performance Computing Clusters (HPCC) are no longer exclusive to the scientific community. "Big Data Analytics" are big business. Financial Services, Retail and Manufacturing all require real-time analysis for real-time business decisions. This white paper discusses the cluster interconnect, its importance to HPCC and a lowest latency, higher performing solution...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Wireless on the Wall New Converged Wireless and Wired Edge for Mobile Users

    Today's mobile users require consistent Wi-Fi with high throughput, but traditional ceiling-mounted access points can make it challenging to extend 802.11n into facilities with lots of rooms with walls and other obstructions. The combination of the Altitude 4511 wallplate access point, fortified with Motorola radio technology and intelligent switches from...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Dormitory Wireless is a Snap: Leverage Existing CAT 5 Cable for Cost-Effective 802.11n Upgrade

    Higher education students today expect Wi-Fi connectivity. College-bound students are bringing three to four Wi-Fi devices to campus, including laptops, iPads and other tablets, Smartphone and gaming systems. They expect to use all these devices not just across campus, but also in their dorm rooms. Until recently, most colleges and...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    Wireless Mobility: The New Productivity Tool in Healthcare

    The foremost goal for healthcare providers is to deliver the highest quality medical care to their patients. To accomplish this, caregivers in a hospital were setting need productivity tools that allow them to spend more time taking care of patients and less time dealing with administrative tasks. Doctors and nurses,...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    Mobilizing the Digital Classroom in Higher Education

    Higher education institutions are challenged to attract top talent in a highly competitive field. On the other hand, they must control the ongoing costs of daily administration, lecture delivery and basic research. Adding to these challenges is the exponential rise in the numbers of wireless users and multimedia applications accessing...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // May 2012

    OpenFlow and SDNs

    OpenFlow is a new protocol designed to control flow tables in Ethernet switches. OpenFlow is implemented on an Ethernet switch controller, using an internal flowtable and a standardized interface to add and remove flow entries. OpenFlow enables Software Defined Networks (SDNs) which utilize abstractions in an effort to simplify networks...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Public, Hybrid and Private Virtualized Multi-Tenant Cloud Data Center Architecture Overview

    The Extreme Networks Virtualized Multi-Tenant and Cloud Data Center Architecture are designed to meet the needs of service providers and enterprises in this fast-growing market. This architecture is built around highly virtualized environments where information isolation within a shared resource environment, infrastructure scale, virtualization lifecycle management, performance, automation and integration...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Jul 2012

    Delivering a Greener Data Center

    Extreme Networks is committed to reducing energy and promoting a greener world both with networks and business practices. The company takes a lifecycle approach to power efficiency and management, from product inception, through deployment and operation, and then onto eventual retirement. When the authors first design a product, they select...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Wireless on the Wall

    Today's mobile users require consistent Wi-Fi with high throughput, but traditional ceiling-mounted access points can make it challenging to extend 802.11n into facilities with lots of rooms with walls and other obstructions. The combination of the Altitude 4511 wall plate access point, fortified with Motorola radio technology and intelligent switches...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Dormitory Wireless is a Snap

    Higher education students today expect Wi-Fi connectivity. College-bound students are bringing three to four Wi-Fi devices to campus, including laptops, iPads and other tablets, Smartphone's and gaming systems. They expect to use all these devices not just across campus, but also in their dorm rooms. Until recently, most colleges and...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    Make Your Network Mobile

    Your Enterprise is going mobile. Is your network ready? With the proliferation of mobile users and their devices within a campus or across continents, the challenges of operating and managing a network have fundamentally changed. IT has rapidly evolved from a world of static to a new world of mobile...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    Mobility in the Network: A Phased Technology Approach

    Several global trends are driving a fundamental shift in the way IT is conducting their business. First, the move to a global workforce is driving a 24x7, always-on model of operation with the constant need for access to content, data and applications. Second, the proliferations of smart mobile devices such...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    High-Performance ISCSI SAN Architecture - A Solution's View From Extreme Networks, Intel and NetApp

    This paper is targeted to enterprise and service provider IT managers who may be evaluating the ability of iSCSI SANs to satisfy the performance requirements of their most demanding storage applications. Storage application performance is dependent on more than just the performance of the storage array. The full data path...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Meeting the Needs of Ethernet Mobile Backhaul Design for the New Mobile World

    The mobile world is rapidly evolving with the endless proliferation of new mobile devices and applications, where users demand convenient access at anytime from anywhere, and mobile operators must fulfill their promise of providing the best subscriber experience. With these trends, mobile operators are deploying next-generation 3G and 4G networks...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    Networks in Motion

    The enterprise is in motion, both literally and figuratively. The traditional enterprise edge and lines of demarcation are disappearing, and with it, conventional views on security and access. Employees are mobile, demanding on-the-go access to data and applications across a diverse set of platforms and operating systems, while IT is...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    Exploring New Data Center Network Architectures With Multi-Switch Link Aggregation (M-LAG)

    The broad adoption of virtualization has led to a flurry of server consolidation projects. IT administrators are looking to push the envelope when it comes to how many virtual servers or Virtual Machines (VMs) can be packed on a single physical server. This is a disruptive change and impacts traditional...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    The High Performance Network for ISCSI

    iSCSI is fast becoming one of the most important applications in the data center. IT organizations have been focusing on creating a converged infrastructure to support high-performance iSCSI while allowing other applications to coexist on the network. This paper describes how to achieve high-performance iSCSI, discusses the components needed to...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Oct 2012

    ExtremeXOS Automation

    This paper will introduce the Extreme Networks automation framework. Extreme Networks has developed several product components to enable businesses to gain a competitive advantage by using automation tools to help run, administer, and maintain their critical network infrastructure while reducing staff and operational expense. Automation can enhance network deployments in...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    40 and 100 Gigabit Ethernet Overview

    This paper takes a look at the main forces that are driving Ethernet bandwidth upwards. It looks at the standards and architectural practices adopted by the different segments, how the different speeds of Ethernet are used and how its popularity has resulted in an ecosystem spanning data centers, carrier networks,...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    How Direct Attach From Extreme Networks Reduces Tiers in the Data Center

    The emergence of virtualization technology has transformed the modern data center by improving server utilization, reducing power requirements and increasing both availability and scalability. At the same time, the requirement for server density has led to the growth in blade servers. These trends have had an impact on data center...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) Deployment Guidelines for Converged Networks - Revision 01

    This paper was written to help business partners and systems engineers with configuring Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) loop avoidance for converged networks. This configuration can be generalized and applied to most converged networks from various IP PBX vendors in order to provide loop avoidance and prevent end-user cabling errors...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Oct 2012

    CLEAR-Flow

    One of the fundamental limitations with most traffic monitoring and management methods in use today is that they are not built into the network itself. CLEAR-Flow represents a new paradigm for network traffic management. For the first time, CLEAR-Flow brings together network monitoring, analysis, and response in a single process...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Building High Availability for Avaya Unified Communications Using Extreme Networks

    Extreme Networks and Avaya have developed complimentary technologies that deliver carrier-class availability over IP. This technical white paper explores one field-proven design that makes use of these capabilities. It starts out with a high level overview of the design then drills down into the details on how each of the...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    XNV (ExtremeXOS Network Virtualization): Bringing Virtual Machine Lifecycle Management to the Network

    The increasing adoption of server virtualization in the data center is driving greater consolidation, reducing power usage, and increasing both availability and resiliency. However, server virtualization brings with it a set of operational challenges on the networking side: from dealing with configuration challenges around Virtual Machine (VM) switching to managing...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Managed Hosting and Cloud Data Center Architecture Overview

    The Extreme Networks Managed Hosting and Cloud Data Center Architecture are designed to meet the needs of service providers in this fast-growing market. This architecture is built around highly virtualized environments where infrastructure scale, virtualization lifecycle management, performance, automation, and integration into existing management and provisioning platforms are required. From...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • Case Studies // Nov 2008

    Parknet Uses Extreme Networks to Deliver Triple Play and Broadband Services

    Parknet, located in Copenhagen, was established in 2003 with the goal of creating cost-effective, fast internet access to homes. The main challenge was, they needed a high performance network solution to offer its customers high availability internet access, Voice over IP, and cable TV. They chose Extreme Networks to overcome...

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • Case Studies // Aug 2011

    Regional Telecommunications Company Opts for Excellent Service Delivery to Beat Big Carriers

    West Central Telephone Association (WCTA) is a full-service telecommunications. The main challenges were to prepare for anticipated growth and the addition of new technologies including triple play services and HDTV, West Central Telephone Association needed to upgrade its network. Its priorities were scalability and lowering its total cost of ownership....

    Provided By Extreme Networks

  • Case Studies // Sep 2008

    Extreme Networks Provides Availability and Reliability Required for Customers of Leading Finnish Service Provider

    Xenetic, Inc. provides managed business-critical Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) services that require around-the-clock availability. The main challenge is that they required, a high availability and reliable infrastructure to support the applications of its customers, including Voice-over-IP (VoIP), online trading, and other mission-critical applications. They chose Extreme Networks to overcome...

    Provided By Extreme Networks