Expand Networks Enhances WAN Optimization

The new version of Expand Networks' operating system promises greater WAN provisioning capabilities.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Apr 12, 2010
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Expand Networks recently unveiled an upgrade to its operating system OS 6.3, which the company claims to help customers achieve increased performance, greater WAN provisioning capabilities and improved management and monitoring efficiencies. As noted in this report on Computer Business Review, the OS 6.3 includes Layer 7 QoS that enables organizations to maximize their WAN infrastructure; and comes with various new features that enable organizations to deploy in a more intuitive way.


"Expand Networks has unveiled an upgrade to its operating system OS 6.3, which it claims to improve the functionality, value and installation of its Accelerators.

"The company claims that this new OS runs across range of physical and virtual Accelerator offerings, and introduces advanced features to help customers achieve increased performance, greater WAN provisioning capabilities and improved management and monitoring efficiencies."

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