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Spark Integration Technologies Heißt Jetzt Distrix

Distrix ist eine softwaredefinierte, netzwerkbasierte (SDN), hardwareunabhängige Lösung

Distrix, ein führender Entwickler von softwaredefinierten WAN-Produkten, die einfache, sichere und belastbare Netzwerke ermöglichen, gab heute die Änderung seines Namens von Spark Integration Technologies zu Distrix bekannt. Der neue Name spiegelt den Erfolg des Unternehmens beim Einsatz seines Vorzeigeproduktes - Distrix®, der sichere Gateway-Router - in vielen verschiedenen Branchen weltweit wider.

„Für unsere breit gefächerte Kundenbasis vom Transport- zum Bankwesen, sowie von Telekommunikation bis zur industriellen Steuerung ist der Name Distrix mittlerweile gleichbedeutend mit Netzwerken, die einfach, sicher und skalierbar gestaltet sind, und so die Kosten für die Netzwerkverwaltung senken“, so Jay Friedman, Präsident von Distrix. „Dass wir uns enger mit dem Namen Distrix identifizieren, zeigt die Einfachheit und zunehmende Bedeutung unserer Lösung in öffentlichen sowie privaten Netzwerken, und dem Internet der Dinge.

Kapital und Betriebskosten zu optimieren und dabei gleichzeitig die ständigen Sicherheitsbedrohungen zu bewältigen, ist für die heutigen Netzwerkstrukturen ein Muss. Anbieter, die Lösungen für solche Optimierungen entwickeln, müssen sich auf dem Markt deutlich abgrenzen. Dadurch, dass die äußerst präsente, gut etablierte Distrix Software nun Teil unseres Firmennamens ist, werden unsere Lösungen und Marktidentität vereint.“

Distrix ist eine softwaredefinierte, netzwerkbasierte (SDN), hardwareunabhängige Lösung, die die nächste Generation der Konnektivität für lokale Netzwerke sowie WAN für eine einfache, sichere und belastbare Kommunikation in dezentralen und Cloud-basierten Anwendungen liefert und gleichzeitig die Investition sowie die Betriebskosten für Netzwerkinfrastrukturen so gering wie möglich hält, während diese skalieren und wachsen. Die preisgekrönte Distrix-Lösung ermöglicht IT- und OT-Fachleuten, ihre Netzwerkinfrastruktur weiterzuentwickeln, anstatt sie zu ersetzen, indem sie eine On-Demand-Netzwerkverbindung anbietet, die für moderne Netzwerke notwendig ist, darunter Machine-to-Machine-Kommunikation (M2M) und das Internet der Dinge (IdD). Die kürzlich vorgestellte Version 4 der Distrix-Lösung ermöglicht Organisationen, ihre bestehende dezentrale Konnektivität weiter auszubauen und zu skalieren, um dynamische On-Demand-Netzwerke in Echtzeit bereitzustellen.

Weitere Informationen zur Distrix-SDN-Plattform finden Sie auf www.distrix.com/products/distrix.

Über Distrix
Distrix – ehemals Spark Integration Technologies – ist ein führender Entwickler von softwaredefinierten Netzwerklösungen, die einfache, sichere und belastbare Netzwerke ermöglichen. Die preisgekrönte Distrix-Software des Unternehmens liefert sichere Konnektivität in einer Vielzahl von Branchen und ermöglicht Organisationen, schnell und preisgünstig fortschrittliche Netzwerke zu implementieren, indem sie bestehende Infrastrukturen weiterentwickeln können, anstatt sie ersetzen zu müssen. Distrix schließt die Lücke zwischen Informationstechnologie, IT, und Bedientechnologiesystemen, OT (Operation Technology), und befähigt Netzwerkarchitekten sowie IT-/OT-Manager, aus der Ferne reale Geräte, Kontrollsysteme und IT-Ressourcen in geschäftskritischen Umgebungen zu überwachen und zu verwalten. Distrix ist in Vancouver, British Columbia, ansässig und hat zudem Niederlassungen in Silicon Valley. Weitere Informationen finden Sie auf www.distrix.com.

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