Recently, Dell has expanded their portfolio to include college campus networks. With campus networks becoming more complex, data center bandwidth is coming under increased pressure.
Dell believes they have created a system to be used in mid to large college environments that is focused on the future. Dell has introduced what it calls unified-campus architecture powered by the new Dell Networking C9010 Network Director switch and companion C1048P Rapid Access Node.
In the data center, Dell has introduced the Dell Networking S6100-ON, combining multi-rate connectivity and open networking. Dell is excited to roll out these new changes and to bring simplicity and flexibility to their customers.
The Dell Networking C9010 and C1048P will be available in October and the Dell Networking S6100-ON will be available in the first quarter of 2016