From the SIP Trunking Experts

November 01, 2012

Gigamon Continues Investment in its GigaSMART Technology

By Anuradha Shukla SIP Trunking Report Contributor

Gigamon has announced the launch of the GigaSMART technology in the GigaVUE H Series of fabric nodes.

The proven GigaSMART technology from the Traffic Visibility Fabric solutions provider can deliver up to 400Gb of processing capacity in the high-end GigaVUE-HD8 chassis.

This technology also can support a range of GigaSMART applications to enable the deduplication, modification, manipulation and transport of network traffic as it is delivered to management, monitoring and security tools and systems.

Gigamon notes that the GigaSMART H Series solution will allow IT to leverage applications to enable the modification, manipulation, transformation and transport of traffic between the extraction from the production network and delivery to the management, monitoring and security tools.

"Gigamon's continued investment in its GigaSMART technology takes network visibility into a software based model that delivers unparalleled control and flexibility for network operations," said Nick Lippis, the author of the Lippis Report. "Their four phase fabric evolution plan would deliver customers a steady stream of value added features and capabilities over the life of their Gigamon relationship."

Gigamon has also established a platform for a four-phase evolution of its Visibility Fabric that simplifies and automates traffic visibility as well as provides built-in intelligence for businesses.

This Visibility Fabric will also drive the way organizations choose to monitor and manage their networks.

Gigamon provides an intelligent Traffic Visibility Fabric for enterprises, data centers and service providers around the globe. The company was in news this summer when Network Products Guide, a technology research and advisory guide, named the GigaVUE-HD4 a winner of the 7th Annual 2012 Hot Companies and Best Products Award in the Network Intelligence category.

Edited by Rich Steeves
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