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Australian school deploys Brocade Ethernet fabric - Network Cables

The Daramain College in Australia is the first in the country to utilise Brocade’s Ethernet fabric to boost its IT operations.

It is deploying the VDX 6720 Ethernet switches and VCS Fabric technology, following an extensive revamp of the college’s network infrastructure to meet its future requirements reports IT Wire.

Speaking to the news provider, Rob Wilson, Daramalan College’s IT manager, said: “While upgrading server access to 10 Gigabit Ethernet was a consideration, we also wanted to ensure that we had the right infrastructure in place to meet our future requirements. 

“This includes a ‘bring your own device’ initiative – entailing more server-based processing and online storage – as the next phase of our mobility program.”

Mr Wilson continued by saying that BDX 6720 switches have connected Daramalan College’s sever farm to the rest of its network.

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