Extreme integrates Avaya features for presenting Automated Campus

Brockenhurst College uses IBM Smarter Education technologies hosted on the CloudExtreme Networks has added Avaya networking features to introduce Extreme Automated Campus, a cost-effective, automated, secure, policy-enabled campus architecture for CIOs to easily manage.

The alternative to outdated traditional networking solutions delivers simplicity and business agility for enterprise customers.

Two months ago, Extreme closed its acquisition of Avaya’s networking business.

Extreme Automated Campus features Avaya’s Fabric Connect infrastructure,  Extreme’s Extreme Management Center and Extreme’s support services to eliminate networking complexity, increase security and deliver increased visibility into the network.

Avaya’s Fabric Connect has over 1,500 unique deployments. Fabric Connect delivers 11x faster time to service, 7x faster mean time to repair and provide a 100 percent reduction in outages as a result of human error, according to Fabric Connect Customer Experience Research Report.

Extreme has integrated wired and wireless edge products into Fabric Connect architecture, giving customers choice.

The company has also integrated Avaya’s networking portfolio into Extreme Management Center, bringing a unique 360-degree view of the network, users, devices and applications for actionable business insights.

Extreme is offering two new fabric enabled hardware platforms for 10/40/100 Gigabits per second aggregation and core networking. VSP 8600 is an innovative small 7RU form factor core chassis with over 21 Tbps of switching capacity. VSP 8404C is a 2RU modular core form factor with four pluggable slots providing for flexible deployment options.

“We developed Extreme Automated Campus to give both Avaya and Extreme customers the best of both worlds by providing a leading end-to-end software-driven solution from the core to the wired /wireless edge,” said Dan Dulac, vice president, Product Management & Solution Strategy, Extreme Networks.

Mark Starry, CTO of Concord Hospital, said Fabric Connect has provided the hospital with a secure, self-healing, highly available network serve patients effectively in complex paperless environment.

“We look forward to the latest innovations from Extreme, namely VSP 8600 and Extreme Management Center, in order to increase capacity and scale within our core and to provide increased control, visibility and management of the end-to-end network,” said Mark Starry, CTO, Concord Hospital.

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