Thermal management is a major issue facing equipment manufacturers. Too much heat can lead to data loss, security breach, and complete product failure. With these considerations, Network Packet Brokers (NPB) and Tap manufacturers must provide aggressive thermal management solutions, beginning with a rigorous testing process to determine the high demands on their equipment.
Here’s what to look for from your manufacturer:
Datacom Systems (www.datacomsystems.com), a leading manufacturer of network taps, network packet brokers, data aggregation tools and other network access devices, announced today that the Company’s full portfolio of Trading Solutions has been purchased by network visibility provider Ixia (Nasdaq: XXIA).
Please join Datacom Systems in welcoming Robert Perriello to our sales team and Robert Badore to our engineering department. Both men are exciting additions to Datacom’s talented team, and will be valuable components as we continue to pursue opportunities and innovations in the ever-changing Network Packet Broker landscape.
As the demand for network access and security increases faster than ever, many manufacturers that produce Network Packet Brokers (NPB) and Taps are being acquired by analysis tool manufacturers in an attempt to become a one-stop shop for their customers. While these companies can now offer both data acquisition and a full suite of analytics solutions, customers may be reluctant to continue using their existing NPB and Tap manufacturers, since they want to choose the individual components for themselves.
For years, Datacom’s methods for packaging and shipping our products focused on minimizing weight to save our customers from paying inflated fees, but with new regulations, it was time for a change.