Brocade Introduces Compact Application Delivery Switches

Brocade ServerIron ADX 1000F switches include benefits of combined copper and fibre connectivity.

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Brocade Introduces Compact Application Delivery Switches

Brocade has introduced Brocade ServerIron ADX 1000F compact application delivery switches, which include the benefits of combined copper and fibre connectivity. This extension to the Brocade ADX 1000 Series is designed to deliver flexibility for cloud-focused service providers, financial institutions and governmental agencies while also setting the industry benchmark for application delivery switching performance, scalability and investment protection. The result is up to 50 percent power savings and improved data transmission reliability and security while also dramatically consolidating datacentre rack footprint.

“We are providing more proof points for our Brocade One strategy, which helps our customers, reduce network complexity and scale with new and distributed applications. With the launch of the Brocade ADX 1000F, we are able to demonstrate how our innovations provide new levels of performance, scalability and security through added customer choice and control,” said Rajesh Kaul, Regional Sales Director, Brocade. “Our solutions available today support the IT transformation required to embrace any and all cloud architectures.”

The Brocade ADX 1000F is an extension to the Brocade ADX Series of high-performance application delivery switches. It provides a broad range of application optimisation functions to ensure the reliable delivery of critical applications. Purpose-built for large-scale, low-latency environments, the Brocade ADX Series accelerates application performance and improves application availability–all while making the most efficient use of existing infrastructure.

To help ease the transition to IPv6, leading-edge IPv4-to-IPv6 translation technology enables service providers, enterprises and government agencies to systematically adopt IPv6 without the costly process of replacing their existing IPv4 application infrastructure.

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