Meru Networks, a leading wireless vendor, received the Certificate of Conformance through the Open Networking Foundation (ONF) OpenFlow™ Conformance Testing Program in June, only the second company to earn it. With this also comes Meru’s efforts to expand support of software-defined networking (SDN) enabled wireless infrastructure. In their upcoming DemoFriday, Meru will demonstrate how its SDN-based applications — Meru Collaborator and Personal Bonjour — help to manage a complex and user-centric campus network.
Meru Collaborator integrates with Microsoft Lync to detect and manage quality of service (QoS) on a heterogenous network, prioritizing Lync traffic by directing devices to provide a certain amount of bandwidth. Personal Bonjour’s aim is to limit the “chattiness” of Bonjour, allowing users to group together their personal Bonjour devices and blocking out other nearby devices. Both SDN applications are currently available in the Meru App Store.
In this DemoFriday, Meru will show how Meru’s SDN applications ensure Microsoft Lync voice quality over a mixed-network is maximized, and how use of Apple’s Bonjour services can be artfully managed within a complex and user-dense campus network. SDN has been applied to solve the cross network configuration challenges in the data centers, and now is the time for SDN to be taken to the wireless edge of the corporate network, addressing those challenges homogeneously across both wired and wireless segments.
Register below for this special DemoFriday to hear Ajay Malik, Meru’s Senior VP of Engineering, demonstrate how seamlessly the wired and wireless networks can be integrated for the benefit of critical application like Lync and Bonjour.
We’ll be streaming the Meru DemoFriday live on February 13th at 10:00am PST. Don’t miss out, register now below!
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