Telecom Lead America: Brocade will showcase its
cloud-optimized networking products and fully integrated EMC solutions at EMC
Furthermore, the company said that its technical experts
will deliver presentations designed to inform and educate show attendees about
how fabric-based networks are providing the scalability, high performance and operational
simplicity needed for highly virtualized and cloud environments.
Brocade will demonstrate seamless integration of Brocade
Network Advisor storage area networking (SAN) management software with EMC
ProSphere cloud storage management software that provides organizations with a
more holistic view of their storage networking resources to simplify and
automate the management of joint EMC and Brocade SAN environments.
Furthermore, the company will showcase its family of
cloud-optimized, SAN fabric solutions, built on the new 16 Gbps Fibre Channel
standard that deliver greater levels of flexibility for data center
consolidation, expansion and refresh projects.
Brocade’s portfolio of VDX Ethernet fabric switches will
also be showcased at the event. Also, Brocade’s EMC VSPEX will be showcased.
These fabric switches integrates Brocade cloud-optimized
networking technologies with EMC unified storage and backup architecture, which
enables customers to use their server and hypervisor of choice, accelerating the
journey to the cloud.
In addition, the company will demonstrate integrated
solutions for migrating live applications between data centers with VMware
vMotion, EMC VPLEX and Brocade networking infrastructure.
The demonstration list also includes Big Data Solution
for High-performance Applications, which combines Brocade VDX Ethernet fabric
switches, Brocade MLXe routers and EMC Isilon scale-out NAS storage.
Brocade realigns sales leadership team
In order to drive growth and improve focus within key
business areas, Brocade recently revamped its sales leadership team.
The company said that the new leaders will be responsible
for strengthening channel partner enablement, driving continued Ethernet fabric
adoption and developing strongholds in high-growth regions.