Brocade IP Networking Validated for Communications Server 14

The company's networking solutions are among the first networking products to be validated by Microsoft for interoperability with Microsoft UC solutions.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Jul 13, 2010
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Brocade has announced that its IP networking technologies have been validated for Microsoft Communications Server '14' – an important element of a comprehensive Microsoft unified communications (UC) solution. According to this news release on The Financial Post, the solutions from Brocade serve as a networking foundation for Microsoft UC solutions, and offer a wide range of wired and wireless networking solutions for Layer 2-3 switching.


"The Brocade IP networking solutions are among the first networking products to be validated by Microsoft for interoperability with Microsoft Communications Server 2007 R2 and Microsoft Communications Server '14,' which is due out later this year.

"Brocade networking solutions help enterprises build reliable, high-performance, scalable network infrastructures that enable customers to realize the benefits of deploying next-generation applications. The solutions from Brocade serve as a networking foundation for Microsoft UC solutions, and offer a wide range of wired and wireless networking solutions for Layer 2-3 switching, including the Brocade NetIron® MLX, Brocade FCX and Brocade FastIron® SX Series as well as Layer 4-7 devices including the Brocade ServerIron ADX Series of application delivery controllers. Brocade also offers complete storage networking and integrated management solutions that help provide greater visibility across the entire network."

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