Today is the last chance to register for the Meru Networks DemoFriday. This live presentation will demonstrate how Meru Collaborator and Personal Bonjour, applications based on current software-defined networking (SDN) technologies, can simplify Microsoft Lync and Apple Bonjour support across a complex campus network.
Meru Networks is a leading wireless vender, having received the Certificate of Conformance through the Open Networking Foundation (ONF) OpenFlow™ Conformance Testing Program in June. Having been only the second company to receive such an accolade, this is a high achievement. Meru continues to lead the charge in expanding support of SDN-enabled wireless infrastructures. The SDN-based applications to be demonstrated in this DemoFriday represent a revolution in managing complex and user-centric campus networks.
What these applications bring to the SDN environment is prioritization of traffic across dense, heavily trafficked networks, such as those commonly associated with many large education and enterprise environments. Meru Collaborator works with Microsoft Lync to detect and manage quality of service (QoS) issues on the network, prioritizing traffic and directing devices to deliver a specified amount of bandwidth. Meru’s Personal Bonjour is an SDN application that limits the noise of Apple-related devices on the network, guaranteeing that services are provided to the proper users in conjunction with established policies.
In this DemoFriday, Ajay Malik, Meru Networks’ Vice-President of Worldwide Engineering and Products, will show participants how Meru Collaborator and Personal Bonjour can simplify Lync and Bonjour support across user-dense campus networks.
Register below to reserve your spot for this exciting live presentation. The Meru Networks DemoFriday streams tomorrow at 10:00am PST.
Can’t attend the live event? Sign up below and save your spot to receive the live recording.