Niagara Networks helps Service Providers and Enterprise Data Centers implement the most advanced visibility, monitoring and security solutions whether 1G or 100G. Niagara Networks’ product family is the result of sophisticated systems architecture and advanced product designs developed and produced by Interface Masters Technologies, a leading Silicon Valley Network Solutions provider to OEM customers from market leaders to cutting edge new companies. Now an independent company, Niagara leads the industry with deployments of 100G security solutions today, and in the future 400G and beyond.
Delivers sophisticated traffic management in a flexible package. Provides 8 bays for user-installable 1/10/40/100 Gigabit network I/O modules including TAP and Bypass functionality.
Niagara's 32-port 100Gb Network Packet Broker supports mirroring to multiple ports, aggregation of multiple ports, an extensive filtering engine, session-based load balancing, and highly configurable traffic distribution.
"Niagara is the only company with the right products to meet our needs at no extra cost"
VP of Technology
"We needed a secure Network Packet Broker solution with great network visibility, minimum real estate, and low cost. After careful evaluation, we chose Niagara Networks over other vendors because of their exceptional product line and customer responsiveness. Niagara Networks gave us a secure, flexible network infrastructure with a quick turnaround."
CTO, Research Establishment
"Niagara Networks assisted us in lowering our operational costs by optimizing network connectivity and enhancing integration of what previously had been a collection of stand-alone in-store gadgets and network fragments. The outcome was remarkably better visibility into the operating status of our vast network architecture"
Core Network Manager
In the first part of this blog series, we looked at how 100GbE-based Network Packet Brokers (NPBs) can help establish resilient connectivity between 10/40GbE-capable network security tools and 100GbE core networks. In this post, we will look at how NPBs optimize distribution of traffic from 100GbE networks to lower…