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Array Networks Unveils New Network Functions Platform for Deploying Virtualized App Delivery and Security Functions with Guaranteed Performance

Array Networks Inc., the network functions platform company, today announces the immediate availability of its new AVX Series Network Functions Platform at Interop ITX. The AVX Series is a line of purpose-built, virtualized hardware systems designed for multi-tenancy and engineered to host multiple Array and third-party virtual application delivery, networking and security functions while maintaining guaranteed performance.

As data centers grow in complexity and expectations, networking and security professionals are looking for ways to gain agility through software-centric approaches; however, many still rely on hardware to meet the requirements of business-critical operations.

Array's Network Functions Platform eliminates this trade-off, combining the best attributes of dedicated hardware, virtualization and software-centric computing to create an environment that provides guaranteed performance for networking and security virtual appliances.

Enterprises and service providers can transition to an agile approach without sacrificing the performance needed for business-critical applications. Racks of legacy gear can be consolidated to reduce space, power and cooling costs. Services can be provisioned on demand with guaranteed SLAs and security need not compromise the user experience.

The AVX Series Network Functions Platform hosts Array application delivery virtual appliances, such as load balancing and SSL VPN, as well as best-of-breed networking and security virtual appliances from third-party vendors. With Array's virtualized hardware environment and a growing partner ecosystem, businesses can reconcile the desire for agility with the need for performance.

"Organizations are moving toward software-centric technologies, but are faced with challenges in guaranteeing performance for virtual application delivery, networking and security functions," said James Kwon, Array's Senior Director of Product Management for Network Functions Platforms. "With our new AVX Series, network engineers can kickstart NFV projects without the need to be experts in servers, hypervisors and SR-IOV technologies."

Available for immediate purchase, Array's Network Functions Platform supports multiple functions, variable size virtual machines (VMs) and pay-as-you-go capacity licensing. In addition, all platforms feature Array's unique ability to reserve hardware resources - including CPU cores, SSL cores, memory and physical interfaces - per VM to ensure guaranteed performance and agility at scale.

Published Monday, May 15, 2017 9:43 AM by David Marshall
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