Unixpac will distribute the family of Bivio platform products to Australian resellers. The Bivio family of network appliance platforms combines hardware architecture with a standard Linux-based execution environment.
Tom Piotrowski, managing director of Unixpac, said the technology fuses computing resources with networking elements. Bivio’s Offerings from the Bivio appliance portfolio includes network appliance throughput performance, separation of network and CPU data path as well as CPU density and unlimited computational scaling and hardware acceleration for processor intensive tasks. This all takes place on open software architecture and in a standard Linux execution environment.
“Australian IT professionals are widely adopting open source tools to build their extensive networking and security infrastructure,” Piotrowski. “The Bivio network appliance platforms include a large selection of standard network interface options.”
Pitrowski claims this enables the development of mission critical applications and that these capabilities make Bivio a choice for delivering deep packet inspection and processing required by a variety of services such as security, Voice over IP infrastructure, acceleration, content management and insertion, network surveillance and data leakage and IPv6, session management and application traffic management.
Unixpac opens to Bivio Networks
By Lilia Guan on Jun 6, 2008 8:24AM
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