DATA CENTRE SWITCHING.
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Data centre switching – taking dynamic operation and flexibility to the next level.

Businesses require their network structures to meet ever-evolving needs, giving rise to new types of core architectures in data centres. And that means new challenges to ensure maximum stability, performance and availability.

 

Get the most out of your data centre with the latest solutions. When it comes to data centre switching, you’ll obtain the results you want through:

 

  • High port density
  • Low latency
  • Redundancy
  • Convergence of LANs and SANs
  • Switch virtualisation

Data centre switching challenges.

Data centres require increasingly sophisticated switching. Today’s switches are expected not only to provide sufficient ports and performance, but also to function perfectly in virtualised and automated environments—not to mention guarantee security and high availability. Value is also a key consideration, as companies are keen on integrating solutions that are affordably priced and cost-effective to operate.

 

At the same time, data centre architectures are undergoing a fundamental transformation. This requires a proactive approach to bandwidth bottlenecks, reliability and new server/storage technology in order to keep pace with the virtualised infrastructures, dedicated storage environments and increasing M2M communication that define modern IT.

Scale, deploy and control your data centre switching with HPE and Cisco technology.

Learn more about the select solutions provided by our two leading vendors, HPE and Cisco.

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Take advantage of our experience and in-depth expertise.

Let our certified networking solutions system engineers help you with their detailed knowledge and extensive project experience. Implement and optimise your business network strategy with Bechtle. We’ll be happy to help!

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Contact the Bechtle Network Team today.

 

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