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NetEx is claiming its virtual machine-based WAN acceleration product, HyperIP, supports more software applications than any other similar product. Software like this is taking us towards a virtual mainframe environment. NetEx's VM-based WAN acceleration converges WAN optimisation and servers. It also complicates the server …


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  1. 1000v

    Cisco 1000v


    Interesting post.

    Here's a slightly different twist - the Cisco 1000v virtual switch has an equivalent control plane in an external Virtual Supervisor Module (VSM), which, according to Cisco .... "... This standalone, external, physical or virtual appliance is responsible for the configuration, management, monitoring, and diagnostics of the overall Cisco Nexus 1000V Series system"...

    The 1000v is not a VM per se but a virtual Ethernet switch on a server - however, its control plane is on a separate/standalone (and external) VSM - a slight variation on your point.



  2. E 2

    Ahhh, hummm.

    Yup. Yeah, hmmmm, yeah, yup, ahummm, yes, hmmm, ahh yup. Mmmmhmmmm.

  3. Ray Pedrina
    Thumb Up

    Expand VM WAN accelerators.

    We've been successfully using Expand's VMWare VM based WAN accelerators for some time giving us acceleration for our tivoli based backup and RDP acceleration in our Virtual desktop environments... they work a treat. As well their performance being on par with their hardware rivals, being in Australia, due to import duties and taxes on hardware we were able to roll them out nationally for around the price it would cost to get one single hardware device. Good to see there is some more competition in that market though as when we bought them no one else could offer anything.



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