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Anuta Networks Expands NCX Platform to Connect LAN, WAN & Data Center Together, Announces New Customers and Partners

Anuta Networks, the industry’s first provider of network services virtualization solutions, today announced the release of its Technology Platform 3.0 which is the core of NCX, an enterprise industry-first software solution designed to deliver agile and secure SDN benefits for medium to large enterprises for LAN, WAN and Data Center networks, leveraging both physical and virtual devices, across multi-vendor network infrastructures.

With the Platform 3.0 release for NCX, the following features and enhancements are now available:

  • Global VDC spanning multiple Data Center PODs and LAN, WAN use cases
  • Support for DCI based on MPLS L2VPN and L3VPN
  • Added Device Support for Cisco ASR 9K, Metro Ethernet Switches, Juniper SRX and vGW, Fortinet Fortigate FW and Radware LB
  • Support for Cisco IWAN technologies (PFR, PBR, AVC, and DMVPN)

These new enhancements will be showcased at Cisco Live Australia, between March 19th - 21st in Melbourne, Australia. The platform enhancements have been widely accepted by several industry experts.

“In my decade of experience doing core networking, one of the most common challenges Network Architects and Operations team have to face is designing, deploying and enabling new capabilities for remote site LANs, WAN and Data Center all while maintaining a consistent provisioning and monitoring solution of Network Services spanning all of these sites,” said Brandon Mangold, Enterprise Network Architect at United Airlines. “I am pleased to see that Anuta Networks is enabling its technology platform to help solve these challenges using its Orchestration Solution for massive scale enterprises.”

Anuta Networks is also excited to announce Fjord IT as its first Data Center Services provider customer in Norway and a strategic partner to help enable Network Services for large enterprises in Northern Europe.

“As a leader of sustainable data power services, Fjord IT is very selective about the technology partners we work with to deliver innovative, high-performing solutions for our global enterprise customers,” said Helge Gallefoss, CEO and Founder, Fjord IT. “This strategic collaboration with Anuta Networks enables us to utilize its NCX Enterprise platform to securely and rapidly deliver industry-leading network services, and with faster business value for our enterprise customers.”

“More and more enterprise customers are reducing significant operational complexity, and realizing the promise of SDN in their existing networks, by leveraging the intelligent power of Anuta Networks’ single network services orchestration solution,” said Srini Beereddy, CTO of Anuta Networks. “We’re excited to advance the reach of our NCX Enterprise technology to more enterprises around the world with the market-leading green data power services of Fjord IT.”

Anuta Networks has also collaborated very closely with Hitachi Systems based in Japan. As part of this close collaboration, Anuta Networks is now able to participate and help customers in Japan with Hitachi Network Systems for efficient delivery of Network Services.

“Hitachi is at the forefront of deploying next generation Networks for its enterprise customers. In order to manage such networks and be able to seamlessly deliver services, Hitachi believes in adoption of new technologies. Anuta Networks has brought on-board a practical solution to solve today’s problems,” said Kansuke Kuroyanagi, General Manager for Network Services Division, Hitachi Systems.

“Hitachi Systems is one of the foremost Solutions Providers for large Enterprises in Japan. The experience and deep technical knowledge brought on board by Hitachi to deploy complex SDN solutions for the Network are extremely important for delivering success to its customers. We are looking forward to working with Hitachi on such deployments,” said Chandu Guntakala, CEO at Anuta Networks.

Additionally, Anuta Networks is announcing today a Technology Alliance Partner agreement with Juniper Networks.

Anuta Networks will also be showcasing its platform at Cisco Live US and VMworld. For further information, please visit www.anutanetworks.com

Product Availability

Anuta NCX Enterprise is generally available now and licensed based on per VM or per device depending on deployment model. For more information, visit www.anutanetworks.com/NCX

Supporting Resources

Anuta Networks will showcase its new NCX Enterprise solution at Cisco Live Australia, Melbourne Convention Center, March 18-21, at Booth # 67 .

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