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March 11, 2011 10:28 AMListening to the give and take about WAN optimizers made me remember another battle between networking giants. It was nearly 10 years ago, during the early days of firewalls, when it seemed Marcus Ranum, then with Network FlightRecorder, would go head-to-head with Check Point's Gil Schwed on a weekly basis. Ranum was among the early creators of the application proxy and was vociferous about the value of delivering a firewall that terminated and inspected every session before passing the contents onto the destination. It was very effective, very secure and yet ultimately eclipsed by competing approaches.
July 13, 2010 09:38 AMA recent lab validation report by DeepStorage.net confirms that NetEx HyperIP significantly boosted Hyper-V Live Migration speed across a variety of emulated WAN links between geographically dispersed locations by as much as 16X. The software provides organizations with the ability to migrate running virtual servers between data centers and remote offices for disaster recovery, business continuity purposes without the need for dedicated, high-bandwidth, low-latency connections.
April 09, 2010 09:30 AMNetEX (Network Executive Software) has announced HyperIP, an appliance that allows organizations with data networks made up of Cisco devices to run wide-area network (WAN) optimization software without having to add third-party hardware to their networks. There is often resistance between network administrations who want to stay with an all-Cisco network and application owners accustomed to using WAN optimization products that require an additional, non-Cisco physical appliance, says Bob MacIntyre, vice president of business development and marketing for NetEX. With HyperIP, users are "not putting in yet another piece of gear that has to be managed, but are putting software into an existing infrastructure based on VMware."
NetEx HyperIP Speeds VMware Offline Desktop Transfer Times By 300%; Makes Offline Desktop Commercially Viable For The First Time
August 12, 2009 12:49 PMNetEx announced today that its HyperIP for VMware significantly increases performance of VMware's Offline Desktop technology, making it commercially viable for the first time. In tests performed by NetEx, HyperIP increased transfer times by 300% making it far more efficient and practical to perform critical functions such as VMware View Offline Check-in and Check-out.
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