Most small branch office employees are connected to data center applications via low bandwidth or lower quality links
BOSTON (PRWEB) May 27, 2008
The Exinda 1710 is ideally suited for the small office, home office (SOHO) environment accommodating up to 30 end users. The Exinda 1710 runs Exinda's new v5.0 firmware, which simplifies the installation process to 12 easy steps. The appliance can optimize and monitor up to 8,000 concurrent network traffic flows at either two or 10 Mbps. It also stores up to two weeks of network monitoring data on the appliance which can be used to fine tune network policies to further improve application performance. Longer term reports are available via Exinda's Service Delivery Point, industry's first software-as-a-service for centrally managing WAN optimization appliances distributed throughout the corporate WAN. The appliance's Ethernet bypass feature ensures network reliability. In the rare event that the appliance would fail, network traffic would not be blocked but would continue to pass through the appliance.
The appliance provides quality of service to prioritize applications and reserve bandwidth for critical applications such as Citrix sessions and voice over IP. It also has Exinda's distinctive ability to detect and control recreational Internet traffic, such as encrypted BitTorrent and Limewire, which can negatively impact not only branch office employees but all employees served by shared Internet service provider links.
"Most small branch office employees are connected to data center applications via low bandwidth or lower quality links," said Con Nikolouzakis, chief executive officer of Exinda Networks. "As a result, users suffer the worst delays of time waiting at screen. The Exinda 1710 provides an affordable, easy way around this problem. It's a simple solution that has a positive and instant impact with improved application performance and network traffic control."
Exinda's WAN optimization appliances have one of the industry's most advanced network monitoring capabilities to help IT staffs make informed decisions and gain a complete picture on how network bandwidth is being consumed. Application visibility is helpful for both network problem resolution and for capacity planning. The appliances also provide detailed application response measurement that helps the IT staff to know if application performance is degrading or improving.
The Exinda 1710 appliance will be generally available as of June 16, 2008. For more information, visit the Exinda x700 products Web page.
Exinda Networks is a global supplier of Unified Performance Management that integrates WAN optimization, application acceleration, application visibility and application response time measurements for enterprise, government and service provider clients. Founded in 2002, Exinda's mission is to ensure optimal and consistent application performance over the WAN and reduce network operating costs. Exinda has more than 1,500 customers in more than 40 countries around the world. Exinda's award winning technology is available by contacting leading resellers or Exinda directly.
Exinda's research and development offices are located in Melbourne, Australia. Exinda's U.S. headquarters is located in Boston, Massachusetts. Additional corporate offices are located in Amsterdam, Dubai, Frankfurt, Kuala Lumpur, London, Mexico City, Salt Lake City, Sao Paulo and Zurich. For more information, visit http://www.exinda.com.