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September 16, 2010

Brocade introduces new unified network management platform

To provide a single management offering across SAN, IP networks

By CBR Staff Writer

Brocade, a provider of networking offering, has introduced Network Advisor, a new unified network management platform for SAN and IP networks.

Brocade said that the new platform provides a single management offering across Fibre Channel SANs, IP networks, Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) networks, wireless networks and Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) networks.

The Network Advisor is designed to support four Brocade One value propositions of unmatched simplicity, non-stop networking, optimised applications and investment protection to provide benefits to customers with data centre, enterprise campus and service provider networks.

In addition, the new offering will provide an upgraded path and functional continuity for the company’s existing IronView Network Manager (INM) or data centre fabric manager (DCFM) customers.

Brocade data centre and enterprise networking group VP Jason Nolet said that the new Network Advisor provides scalable architecture that integrates SAN, ethernet, MPLS and wireless management into a single, cohesive management application.

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