Extreme Networks announced it will be showcasing its leading cloud, Software Defined Networking (SDN) and mobility solutions at Interop Las Vegas. Executive leadership will be participating in key education sessions on the topics of high-performance networking, convergence and channel business. Interop occurs May 7 through 10th at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.
In the exhibition hall, at booth #1851, Extreme Networks will showcase its Open Fabric and campus mobility network solutions that provide leading-edge features and performance.
At InteropNet: Extreme Networks will showcase its OpenFlow solutions at the InteropNet OpenFlow Lab, where its Summit switches will enable the use of OpenFlow as a single consistent technology to address mobility, policy and multi-tenancy across campuses and data centers.
Extreme Networks leadership team will share their viewpoints as part of the following panels and sessions:
Theresa Caragol, Extreme Networks vice president of global channels, is delivering the keynote speech for The IT Channel Summit at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, May 7th. The Channel Summit discusses how to educate customers regarding emerging cloud and mobile capabilities. Caragol will share her views on value-driven campus, cloud and data center network solutions that deepen relationships with channel partners and users alike.
David Ginsburg, Extreme Networks CMO, presents at 3:45 pm on Tuesday, May 8th in a session titled "Completing the Mobile Vision: Mobile Unified Communications." The session examines the state of mobile Unified Communications (UC) and discusses how converged communications can be implemented in enterprise settings.
Shehzad Merchant, Extreme Networks vice president of technology, presents at 11:30 am on Tuesday, May 8th on the key data center topic: "Alternatives to the Spanning Tree Protocol." Panelists debate the best alternatives to spanning tree protocol, including standards-based approaches such as Multi-Chassis Link Aggregation Group (M-LAG) and TRILL.
Shehzad Merchant is also presenting Wednesday, May 9 at 3:15 p.m. in the data center session: "What Does it Take in the Network to Support the Creation and Migration of VMs?" The panelists will identify the techniques such as VXLAN that can be implemented to seamlessly move VMs between servers.