Enterasys launches unified edge fabric for enterprise mobility



Telecom Lead Team:
Enterasys Networks, a Siemens Enterprise Communications
Company, has launched OneFabric Edge architecture, a purpose-built architecture
for edge networking to support mobile application delivery.

OneFabric Edge enables enterprises
to deliver high quality applications to mobile users at any scale, supporting
Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) initiatives.

OneFabric Edge provides customers with the benefits of an
end-to-end holistic view of the network, lower total cost of ownership and
full-time equivalent (FTE) requirement to manage, and guaranteed
application SLA management across wired and wireless networks.

on the recently announced OneFabric
architecture, OneFabric Edge unifies wired and wireless networks, OneFabric
Edge allows customers to extend their current data center virtualization
investment to the wired and wireless edge, while reliably and securely
delivering a best-in-class user experience to mobile users.

Edge also offers integration with third-party vendors for investment
preservation while maintaining an intuitive holistic view of the new unified

As part
of the new OneFabric Edge solution, Enterasys is introducing a new Wireless
Services Engine (WiSE). WiSE is the industry’s first
virtualized WLAN controller for application services, providing an
integrated virtual platform for controller functionality, security and
management services.

WiSE offers
customers greater flexibility for deploying edge access including virtual,
physical and cloud controller options. Enterasys is also introducing the new
K-Series modular switch, the first flow-based switching solution in the
industry to provide high-end application-aware capabilities at an entry-level

with Enterasys OneFabric Edge, end users can consolidate wired and wireless
security and management capabilities into a single virtual platform, providing
improved simplicity, lower costs, easier deployment, and improved
mission-critical reliability,” said Chris Crowell, president
and CEO of Enterasys Networks.

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