Huawei announces launch of eSight new version
Mar 13, 2013 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
Huawei, an information and communications technology, or ICT, solutions provider, has announced the launch of eSight new version, an integrated enterprise network management solution developed to address network management issues arising from the technological evolutions, such as Bring Your Own Device, or BYOD, and Software Defined Networking, or SDN.
Huawei has created an enterprise network management system tailored for ICT users that contains components such as Access Control Manager (ACM), Data Center (DC) nCenter, and eSight Mobile.
"Even as technology changes, our commitment to enterprise customers remains unwavering in providing the most innovative and effective solutions to meet their needs. With eSight new version, we have made significant updates to make it even more function-rich, while delivering high reliability, intelligence, and security. This means that customers can easily manage their networks, freeing up time and resources to focus on their business areas," said Zhou Rui, senior marketing manager of the Huawei Enterprise Networking Product Mgmt Dept.
By offering MAC, 802.1x, and Portal authentication modes, eSight ACM is able to securely authenticate a wide range of BYOD-compliant access terminals, the company reported.
eSight DC nCenter allows for Data central management, and is also able to sense the migration of virtual machines (VMs) and migrate network policies related to VMs accordingly. In the future-ready SDN architecture, eSight DC nCenter simplifies network management and improves service rollout efficiency.
Additionally, eSight Mobile, allows for network management anytime and anywhere. IT administrators can download the free app from the App Store and install it on their device for on-the-go network management.
eSight new version has also made significant advances in availability and security. To ensure ease of use, more than 30 improvements have been made to the Graphical User Interface (GUI). eSight new version also offers a two-node hot standby solution that deploys two sets of systems for real-time redundancy backup to guarantee availability of enterprise ICT networks, the company said.
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