May 01, 2013
SUNNYVALE, Calif., May 1 — Spirent Communications, the leader in testing networks, devices and services, today announced the launch of its next-generation high speed Ethernet test solutions. New high density test modules along with a high performance chassis enable doubling of port densities while lowering power consumption and total cost of ownership.
Highlights of the New Hardware
“Driven by the proliferation of mobile devices and cloud computing, carrier and data center networks are becoming increasingly complex, and are forced to handle exploding levels of data traffic,” said Ahmed Murad, Vice President, Product Marketing and Management at Spirent Communications. “Spirent is committed to developing test solutions that validate these complex networks and their underlying technologies—with realism, at high scale and at high density. The new hardware provide excellent price-performance ratio and a faster time-to-market for customers by combining leading-edge technical innovation with Spirent’s extensive experience in test solutions.”
About Spirent Communications plc
Spirent Communications plc, a global leader in test & measurement, offers an extensive portfolio of solutions to test data centers, cloud computing and virtualized environments, high speed Ethernet networks and services, 3G/4G wireless networks and devices, network and application security, and positioning technologies.
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