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IP Infusion, Greenfield Networks announce routing suite

Posted: 19 May 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:ip infusion? greenfield networks? zebos advanced routing suite software? packetry? gh3032?

IP Infusion and Greenfield Networks have announced the availability of the IP Infusion ZebOS Advanced Routing Suite software for the Greenfield Packetry switching family and its reference design systems - GH3032 and GH6000.

"The ZebOS Advanced Routing Suite, preloaded on the Greenfield Packetry products, provides Gigabit Ethernet Enterprise and metropolitan switching equipment vendors with a powerful solution that reduces their development expenditures and speeds time-to-market," said Gary Hemminger, VP of marketing at IP Infusion. "We are delighted to be working with Greenfield and are pleased to offer our customers highly competitive and interoperable solutions."

The GH3032 is a 32-port Gigabit Ether net Layer 2/3/4 switch development system, while the GH6000 is a 128-port high-density Gigabit Ethernet reference chassis platform. The reference designs are based on Greenfield Networks' scalable Packetry family of switching products and are preloaded with an evaluation version of IP Infusion ZebOS Advanced Routing Suite, supporting a variety of layer 2 and layer 3 protocols, including IPv4, IPv6, and MPLS.

"The ZebOS Advanced Routing suite enables us to showcase the industry leading feature set of the Packetry silicon including IPv6 routing, MPLS switching and layer 2 & 3 VPNs - in addition to layer 2 switching and IPv4 routing," said Richard Heaton, VP of software engineering and co- founder of Greenfield Networks. "The GH3032 and GH6000 with ZebOS gives OEMs and ODMs unprecedented ability to quickly bring advanced switching and routing solutions to market."

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