Networks today can be quite complex and very difficult to operate. The first step toward network virtualization, and ultimately SDN, is to address the foundation of the network. Avaya’s Andrew Rufener discusses how Avaya addressed and solved the foundational problem first with the Avaya Fabric Connect.
Avaya Fabric Connect
Avaya’s Fabric Connect supports both a wide range of network functionality, including Layer 2 and Layer 3 network virtualization, integrated routing and multicast, as well as multi-path forwarding. It can also serve as a unified backbone technology, not only in the Data Center, but also in the campus network, the metropolitan area network (MAN), and an Ethernet WAN (support for IP-based WANs is a future capability)
Learn more about Avaya’s Network Virtualization solution by downloading the 2014 Network Virtualization Report.