Attendees at next week’s NetWorld+Interop and COMDEX show will see Extreme Network’s high performance Ethernet switching platform in action.

The show opens Sunday and runs through Friday.

The show’s eNet will include Extreme Networks’ 10-Gigabit Ethernet technology. It will provide maximum Ethernet scalability and improved application performance for all conference attendees, organizers say.

Steve Wylie, director of network operations for show sponsor Key3Media, said in a statement: “Extreme Networks’ switching technology solutions deliver the up-time that our exhibitors and attendees demand. One of the primary goals of the eNet is to put the latest innovations to work in a real-world environment. The introduction of Extreme’s 10 Gigabit Ethernet technology is a prime example of this and represents a major milestone in the evolution of networking.”

Extreme Networks (Nasdaq: EXTR), a Santa Clara, CA-based provider of high performance Ethernet switching solutions, says it will deploy a network that will meet the high-capacity broadband demands for all NetWorld+Interop and COMDEX exhibitors and attendees. Extreme Networks will provide switched 10/100, Gigabit and 10-Gigabit Ethernet connectivity enabling high-speed Internet access and the required performance for converged applications.

In addition, the eNet will feature Extreme Networks’ software and management capabilities for real-time network monitoring. Extreme Networks first built the eNet network backbone for NetWorld+Interop in 1999.

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