Data Center Solution

Application Delivery Networking

Application Delivery Networking

At the data center end of an ADN is the Application Delivery Controller (ADC), which is an advanced traffic management device that is often also referred to as a web switch, content switch, or multilayer switch, the purpose of which is to distribute traffic among a number of servers or geographically dislocated sites based on application specific criterion. In the branch office portion of an ADN is the WAN Optimization Controller (WOC), which uses objectless caching techniques to reduce the number of bits that flow over the network, and shapes TCP traffic using prioritization and other optimization techniques.

The ADC evolved from layer 4-7 switches when it became apparent that traditional load balancing techniques were not robust enough to handle the increasingly complex mix of application traffic being delivered over a wider variety of network connectivity options.

Virtualization

Virtualization

Server virtualization offers numerous benefits to data centers everywhere in terms of power and cooling savings, space utilization, reduced application, backup and operating software licensing costs, and decreased man-hour costs. These benefits are achieved by increasing virtual machine density through a balance of CPU power and cost-effective memory footprints and when virtual these environments can be managed more efficiently, more securely, and with better QoS.

CommVerge Solutions experience and expertise in building data centers and deep knowledge in virtualization technologies help service providers shift to the next-generation data center platform that unites compute, network, storage access, and virtualization products into a cohesive system for lower Total Cost of Ownership and business agility.

Storage Solutions

Storage Solutions

Typically storage is deployed as a “one size fits all” solution, regardless of the kinds of applications the network is running. Such an approach has required multiple servers to address multiple needs, resulting in significantly higher costs and a much greater degree of management complexity. At the same time data is growing dramatically and Service Providers need to manage much larger infrastructures with little or no additional head count. Implementing a  multi-tiered common storage infrastructure can dramatically decrease the cost of storage requirements and provide operational efficiencies.

CommVerge Solutions in partnership with leading storage vendors can help Service Providers address their  storage requirements with the right mix and match of storage technologies to build simple storage infrastructures to a more complex multi-tiered common storage infrastructures.

 

Data Center Design & Construction

Data Center Design & Construction

It is necessary to provide a reliable infrastructure for IT operations, in order to minimize any chance of disruption. Information security is also a concern, and for this reason a data center has to offer a secure environment which minimizes the chances of a security breach. A data center must therefore keep high standards for assuring the integrity and functionality of its hosted computer environment.

CommVerge’s Data Center design accommodates future requirement changes based on inevitability of high performance, higher processor performance and circuit board density, impact of virtualization and redundancy, green directions and connectivity.  CommVerge Solutions covers all Data Center implementation stages from design and engineering, acquisition, construction and final handover to the customer