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REANNZ Boosts Network and Security Monitoring with Emulex

Large Research and Education Network Boosts Network and Security Monitoring with Emulex

EndaceProbe Intelligent Network Recorders Ensure Better Global Collaboration Access and Reduce Operational Expenditures for Research and Education Advanced Network New Zealand

AUCKLAND, New Zealand, June 17, 2014 – Emulex Corporation (NYSE:ELX), a leader in network connectivity, monitoring and management, announced that the Research and Education Advanced Network New Zealand Ltd. (REANNZ) has deployed theEndaceProbe™ Intelligent Network Recorder (INR) and the EndaceVision™ Network Visibility Software to improve network and security monitoring of its 10Gb Ethernet (10GbE)-based network. REANNZ’s high-speed network connects nearly 170 institutions, including universities, Crown Research Institutes, Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics, W?nanga schools and innovative businesses. With points of presence (PoPs) throughout New Zealand, the United States and Australia, member organisations can leverage the REANNZ network to link to other research and education networks to facilitate the creation of the next generation of disruptive technological innovations.

“The REANNZ network is designed to capture and share huge international datasets, enabling data intensive, complex research experiments. It is critical that our network is highly secure and available 24/7 in order to provide our members with confidence that they can collaborate with their partners in New Zealand and abroad without their data being compromised,” said Steve Cotter, chief executive officer, REANNZ. “We selected the Emulex EndaceProbe INR for its ability to report on network usage within minutes, versus the hours it took previously, enabling us to take proactive security measures and quickly rectify network performance issues.”

The REANNZ network was designed to provide minimal latency and jitter, so data can travel quickly between points without delay and without compromising users’ productivity. REANNZ has 23 national and two international PoPs and required a solution that would quickly determine when and why a performance issue occurred, ensuring the correct response to restore performance and help reduce bottlenecks as large flows of data are passed over the network. Additionally, REANNZ faced legal and customer requirements to monitor and protect the network from security breaches because these PoPs are in the public domain.

REANNZ deployed the EndaceProbe INR to monitor its Los Angeles and Sydney international circuits to deliver continuous packet capture and network recording, while providing nanosecond accurate timestamps for every packet. With the ability to monitor all of the data passing through the PoPs, REANNZ leverages the EndaceProbe INR to detect anomalies on the network and take corrective action when an issue occurs, ensuring the best possible performance of the network for its members. The EndaceVision software suite is an integrated feature of the EndaceProbe INR and provides REANNZ with the ability to identify the root cause of increased network traffic latency or security events quickly and efficiently.

“A bulletproof, reliable network is critically important to a research and education network such as REANNZ, as downtime or security breaches could lead to declines in membership or loss of government funding,” said Mike Riley, senior vice president and general manager, Endace division of Emulex. “Emulex solutions allow REANNZ to maintain tight network performance monitoring, while reducing packet loss and the time it takes to pinpoint and diagnose bottlenecks or security events on their network, helping ensure member satisfaction and the ability to continue to grow the organisation.”

Since deploying the EndaceProbe INR, REANNZ has already realised an immediate return on investment (ROI) with the discovery that their international carrier was not operating the link properly, allowing REANNZ to recoup thousands of dollars. In addition, with the EndaceProbe INR Packets of Interest (POI) feature, which locates packets relating to any search, REANNZ was able to reduce the time it took to locate and extract packet data from hours to minutes by ensuring only relevant areas of the disk, whereas legacy packet capture solutions took hours to download packet data.

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About REANNZ

Established in 2005, Research and Education Advanced Network New Zealand Ltd (REANNZ) is a crown-owned company that operates a national advanced network for the research and education sector in New Zealand. REANNZ connects all New Zealand Universities, Crown Research Institutes and many Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics, W?naga and schools to over 100 other international research networks. For more information about REANNZ, please visithttp://reannz.co.nz

About Emulex

Emulex, a leader in network connectivity, monitoring and management, provides hardware and software solutions for global networks that support enterprise, cloud, government and telecommunications. Emulex’s products enable unrivaled end-to-end application visibility, optimization and acceleration. The Company's I/O connectivity offerings, including its line of ultra high-performance Ethernet and Fibre Channel-based connectivity products, have been designed into server and storage solutions from leading OEMs, including Cisco, Dell, EMC, Fujitsu, Hitachi, HP, Huawei, IBM, NetApp and Oracle, and can be found in the data centres of nearly all of the Fortune 1000. Emulex’s monitoring and management solutions, including its portfolio of network visibility and recording products, provide organizations with complete network performance management at speeds up to 100Gb Ethernet. Emulex is headquartered in Costa Mesa, Calif., and has offices and research facilities in North America, Asia and Europe. For more information about Emulex (NYSE:ELX) please visit http://www.Emulex.com.


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