Network Monitoring Manufacturer Increases Portfolio

Simena Packet Flow Switch selected by leading financial exchange firm.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Dec 28, 2010
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Simena recently announced an expansion in its client portfolio after one of the world's largest futures and options exchange firms, chose Simena's Packet Flow Switch, the PFS1524, as a key element in their latency monitoring network. As reported on TMC Net, Simena officials announced that its Packet Flow Switches will be deployed at data centers in New York and Chicago. According to the company, the switches will help optimize the exchange firm's low latency 10 gigabit Ethernet monitoring, delivering cost savings while significantly increasing flexibility and monitoring capabilities.


"'Already deployed in major financial and data management companies worldwide, the PFS1524 Packet Flow Switch has become an essential component in the low latency switching infrastructure for high frequency trading applications. What makes Simena different from others in the financial sector is our unique design and ability to quickly react to growing customer needs for additional features and functionality,' director of Sales at Simena, Robert Lin, explained in a statement."

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