Expanded Xcellon-Multis product family provides the industry’s
highest density and flexibility for HSE testing at 10GbE and 40GbE speeds
With growing bandwidth demands from cloud applications, video streaming and other mixed-media data, networking technologies must scale to include higher-density high-speed ports in order to meet consumer demands for a reliable quality of experience. At the same time, enterprises, service providers and equipment manufacturers require solutions that test and validate these technologies and their associated networks, while not increasing costs.
Ixia’s Xcellon-Multis meets these demands as the industry-leading solution to test and validate networks with stateful traffic, with support for mixed application traffic starting in the second quarter of 2014, at 10GbE, 40GbE and 100GbE speeds – all with a smaller footprint, reduced operating costs and fan-out technology to enable multiple speeds from a single test port.
Xcellon-Multis provides a comprehensive way to test, assess and validate large scale and port count networks in order to keep pace with increasing bandwidth requirements from complex and rapidly growing Internet traffic. Testing the scalability of high-density data center switches is vital to data centers operators and equipment manufacturers. The Xcellon-Multis scales up to hundreds of 40GbE and 100GbE ports while also providing:
“The demands on networks increase daily, and Ixia’s continued innovation with solutions like Xcellon-Multis not only meets the industry’s HSE testing needs but also enables equipment manufacturers to exceed the demands of their customers,” said Nick Lippis of the The Lippis Report. “A recent 288-port 40GbE test using the Xcellon-Multis solutions showcased the ability to accurately assess technologies and provide the quality products customers expect with growing flexibility and support for a broad range of Ethernet speeds.”
“Ixia is driven to provide our customers with innovative solutions that enable the fast and reliable delivery of networking technologies,” said
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