Pluribus Networks Named a Strong Performer in Open, Programmable Switches For A Businesswide SDN Report

SANTA CLARA, CA, July 29, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Pluribus Networks, the leader in open networking and controllerless software-defined networking (SDN) automation, announced that it has been positioned as a Strong Performer in a??The Forrester Wavea??: Open, Programmable Switches For A Businesswide SDN, Q3 2020,a?? a new report from Forrester.The report used a rigorous scoring methodology measuring 12 networking vendors across the dimensions of product offering, strategy and market presence using 32 criteria that included hardware support, operating system, features, programmability, monitoring and analytics, automation strategy and evolution training, to name a few.Pluribusa?? Netvisor ONEA® operating system and Adaptive Cloud Fabrica?? controllerless SDN software are increasingly being viewed as the most cost-effective and operationally efficient approach to modernize, automate and virtualize mission critical data center and campus networks. Approximately 300 global customers have deployed Pluribus open networking solutions in their private cloud environments. More than 75 tier one mobile network operators (MNOs) have deployed Pluribus to provide an automated network fabric to support their 4G and 5G mobile cores running virtualized and containerized network functions in central, regional and edge data centers.For organizations to fully realize digital transformation, they are selectively moving workloads to public clouds while investing in private cloud infrastructure for the majority of workloads. This private cloud infrastructure is also simultaneously being deployed across geographically distributed data centers and campuses as users demand better experiences and applications demand lower latency. This increases the burden on networks -- network teams must scale performance while simplifying operations and increasing the resiliency and security of these distributed networks. Pluribusa?? Netvisor ONE network operating system and the Pluribus Adaptive Cloud Fabric software address this challenge by automating and virtualizing data center and campus networks so they can deliver the agility required to support private cloud environments along with performance, scale and resiliency.According to the Forrester report, a??Pluribus Networks entered the market and redefined what customers should get from a single hardware switch by introducing switching hardware that could host multiple instances of virtual switches, similar to server virtual machines (VMs). For example, customers can break a single 24-port switch into multiple switches. Groups of virtual switches across multiple physical devices can be federated together as a single underlay and overlay switch fabric within a single site or across geographically distributed sites.a??A 
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