Driven by mobility, Internet of Things (IoT), social networking, video and cloud services, data is growing at exponential rates. This immense data expansion brings up a variety of operational challenges – from global reach, capacity scalability, movement and access of large data to issues related to timely data delivery. These challenges can be addressed by creating a truly location-independent infrastructure.
Bay’s FX Series achieves location-independence with global fabric extension of concurrent, multiple LAN fabrics over virtually any multipoint MAN/WAN configuration. It combines Bay’s Global Fabric Extension technology with non-blocking switching and an open software architecture to provide highly scalable, high efficiency, low latency connectivity between high performance data center fabrics.
The FX-50 is a compact, rack-mounted or desktop product within the FX Series that dramatically improves available terrestrial or satellite link bandwidth, while preserving existing infrastructure. The FX-50 supports a high density of speed-selectable interfaces and delivers a scalable, power-efficient system that is complimented by an open architecture with standard interfaces/protocols for data, control and management functions.