From the earliest human settlements to the smart cities of tomorrow, the basic concept of the urban social fabric has always been about staying safe, connected, and productive. Let’s see how Extreme Fabric Connect provides all these benefits to the state and local governments alike!
Driving efficiencies and reducing costs
- Just 1 protocol, instead of 4-6: Extreme Fabric Connect delivers the full breadth of L2/L3 networking services via a single protocol. The result is a dramatically simpler, single technology network, which is far easier to build, manage, and troubleshoot.
- 11x Faster Time to Service: since Extreme Fabric Connect only requires service changes at the edge of the network, it eliminates error-prone and time-consuming hop-by-hop configuration practices. The solution has been field proven to reduce operational costs by as much as 66%, while at the same time, increase time to service by 11x.
- Sub-second convergence for applications that require it, like video surveillance or VoIP: due to the elimination of overlay protocols, Extreme Fabric Connect users experience a vast improvement in average recovery times over conventional multi-protocol networks.
Extreme Fabric Connect is everywhere!
Read the full case study of Brussels Metro
The lifeblood of the city. Extreme Networks’ Automated Solutions drive Brussels Metro into the future!
Modern cities are like living organisms. Pulsing with light and commotion, constantly assimilating and expanding, spawning new settlements and smaller suburban areas to repeat the cycle. While the buildings could be considered bones and muscles, the communication routes ...
Read the full case study of FPS Justice
FPS Justice advances its network with Orange Cyberdefence and Extreme!
According to an old saying, the mills of God grind slowly, yet they grind exceedingly fine. But what if God had a super-fast, efficient and easy-to-manage Wi-Fi? We don’t know about that. But we do know that such setup serves the Belgium’s Federal Justice Service very w...
Inherent network security
Our new network is truly a game changer for the way our justice system operates.
Jimmy De Laet, ICT Infrastructure Director, FPS Justice