Extreme Networks

Delivering end-to-end secure cloud management platform.

Achieve Infinite Potential with Extreme Networks

Extreme Networks is a secure cloud management platform. It delivers flexible and secure cloud-driven networking solutions to advance its customers’ digital transformation.

Extreme Networks is a secure cloud management platform. It delivers flexible and secure cloud-driven networking solutions to advance its customers’ digital transformation. Offering a totally streamlined and seamless process, it simplifies onboarding, configuration, monitoring, managing, troubleshooting, alerting and reporting for network infrastructure devices.

Heres a breakdown of Extreme Networks

Take your networks to the extreme! Extreme Networks provides a range of networking solutions for enterprises, data centres, and service providers. The company offers wired and wireless network infrastructure products, including switches, routers, wireless access points, and controllers. As well as providing network management and analytics software that allows IT teams to optimise their network performance. And capabilities for network security solutions and cloud-based networking services. In summary, Extreme Networks are a high-performance, reliable, and secure networking solution that helps organisations connect and collaborate efficiently. Who knew networks could get so Extreme?!

Extreme named a Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ Leader for Enterprise Wired and Wireless LAN Infrastructure for fifth year in a row.

Samaritan Medical Centre

Due to growing network complexity and connectivity requirements, driven by an influx of IoT and connected devices, Samaritan urgently needed to upgrade its infrastructure to support a modern healthcare facility.

Here's how it works:


Networking options:

Extreme Networks provides wired and wireless networking solutions that allow organisations to connect devices and users across their network. This includes switches, routers, access points, and controllers that are designed to provide high-performance connectivity and security.

Data Centre Networking:

Extreme Networks offers data centre networking solutions that enable organisations to connect their servers and storage devices. This includes data centre switches, fabric extenders, and network adapters that can help organisations improve data center performance, reliability, and scalability.

Cloud Networking:

Extreme Networks provides cloud networking solutions that enable organizations to connect their network infrastructure to cloud services. This includes cloud-managed access points, switches, and routers that can be centrally managed from the cloud, providing greater visibility and control over the network.

Security Solutions:

Extreme Networks offers security solutions that help organisations protect their network infrastructure and data. This includes firewalls, intrusion prevention systems, and network access control solutions that can help organisations identify and mitigate threats.

What makes Extreme Unique?

Extreme Networks XIQ management platform offers cloud-based management for access points and LAN switches, including support for wide area connectivity. It can also manage network devices within a data centre environment. However, it's important to note that XIQ does not manage the data centre infrastructure itself or directly provide 5G connectivity.
Data Center Management: While XIQ can provide management capabilities for networking devices in a data center environment, it's important to note that it does not directly manage data centre infrastructure such as servers, storage systems, or virtualisation platforms. Its primary focus is on the networking components within the data center.
Access Point and LAN Switching Level: XIQ is designed to manage access points and LAN switches within the Extreme Networks portfolio. It provides centralised control and visibility over these devices, allowing administrators to configure settings, monitor performance, and troubleshoot issues.
Extreme Networks Fabric: Aims to simplify network management, improve agility, and provide centralised control for network administrators.
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