Apposite to Release Netropy 40G WAN Emulator [Professional Services Close - Up]
(Professional Services Close - Up Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Apposite Technologies announced the release of the Netropy 40G, a WAN emulator capable of simulating 40 Gbps networks.
In a release, the Company noted that Netropy WAN emulators make it possible for application vendors to benchmark and optimize system performance in a simulated, repeatable test environment and allow enterprise IT departments to validate the end user experience prior to purchase and roll-out of new applications.
"TRAC's research shows that 36 percent of organizations are looking to deploy 40 Gbps networks in the next 24 months," said Bojan Simic, Principal Analyst, TRAC Research. "This is driving technology vendors to offer solutions that can fully utilize the bandwidth. Apposite's WAN emulators enable vendors and user organizations to test these products under realistic conditions and ensure that they can be truly effective on 40 Gbps networks."
The new Netropy 40G has one pair of QSFP 40 GbE ports and can handle an aggregate of 80 Gbps of application traffic. In addition to simulating a single 40 Gbps WAN link, the Netropy 40G can also be used to simulate four separate 10 Gbps links or up to 15 lower speed links.
Apposite will be demonstrating the Netropy 40G at SNW Fall in Long Beach, Calif., and at IP Expo in London, UK, with customer shipments beginning at the end of October.
Apposite Technologies develops WAN emulation products.
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