NETSCOUT Rolls out nGenius 3900 Series Devoted for Test Lab Operations
WESTFORD, MA: NETSCOUT SYSTEMS has taken a big step on developing its Optimization platform to deliver its customers with Layer 1 matrix switching, plus Layer 2-4 intelligent functionality. The product expansion enables companies to optimize network and applications of test labs through nGenious 3900 Series Packet Flow Switch that offers NETSCOUNT TestStream Management software’s 3.5 Version and the new T-Blade in a one single platform. The integrated platform of NETSCOUNT SYSTEMS supplies manufacturers, enterprises and service providers a Lab as a Service (LaaS) model that devotes to high-performance and operations of test lab.
“The 3900 Series Packet Flow Switch with our new TestStream Management Software enables lab managers to meet today’s growing challenges in a single platform that simultaneously improves resource utilization, reduces test cycle time, and saves on both capital and operational expenditures. Testing for 10, 40, and 100G network applications can be completed with fewer test generation tools and full connectivity automation”, says Brian McCann, Vice President and General Manager, NETSCOUT.
NETSCOUT SYSTEMS explores Adaptive Service Intelligence (ASI) globally by delivering enterprises with the real-time service assurances and cybersecurity solutions. Its services support organizations to detect their performances issues and network-based security threats. The extended platform of the company offers NETSCOUT nGenius 3900 Series Packet Flow Switch that lead companies to meet the demands of complex text lab by improving resource utilization procedures and reducing test cycle-time. The company develops enterprise level of operational efficiency through wide range of test optimization solutions that allows companies to stand up against lab management challenges.
Its combined layer 1 switching with unique layer 2-4 intelligence in an integrated platform optimizes test lab operations. NETSCOUT SYSTEMS launched nGenius 3900 Series that supports a wide range of interfaces through 1,3 and 12-slot chassis options including interoperable blades. Additionally the highly scalable platform also offers a “pay–as-you-grow” model and provides protections on CAPEX and OPEX.
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