Spirent Receives Best of Interop Tokyo Award for High Speed Ethernet Solution
Jun 30, 2011
Spirent TestCenter HyperMetrics mX 40/100G Ethernet Module Recognized for Increasing Test Port Density and Advanced Functionality
Sunnyvale, Calif. – June 30, 2010 — The Spirent TestCenter HyperMetrics mX 40/100G Ethernet module was recently named 2011 Best of Interop Tokyo winner in the Assessment Products category. The solution was recognized for its ability to support 2 ports of 100G or 4 ports of 40G Ethernet interfaces on a single module while increasing emulation scale and realism.
Spirent TestCenter HyperMetrics mX 40/100G Ethernet module uniquely enables engineers to test ultra-high scale multi-terabit datacenter fabrics as well as core and edge routers. Part of the Spirent HyperMetrics neXt family, this module leverages Spirent’s Cloud Core™ technology to emulate multi-protocol network topologies with millions of data flows at line-rate 40/100G Ethernet speeds.
“Rapid advances in cloud computing and the massive uptake of video applications is driving the need for testing quality of service under realistic network loads,” said Patrick Johnson, senior director of product marketing at Spirent. “This award recognizes Spirent’s unsurpassed capabilities in testing 40G and 100G Ethernet performance at scale.”
Each year, Best of Interop Tokyo award winners prove to be the key players in the continuing evolution of business technology. There were close to 200 candidates for Best of Interop Tokyo consideration in 19 different categories. Spirent’s HyperMetrics mX 40/100G Ethernet module win was judged by a panel of leading industry analysts and experts.
For more information on Spirent HyperMetrics mX module visit http://www.spirent.com/Solutions-Directory/Spirent-TestCenter/HyperMetrics_mx_40-100.aspx