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  • 9 May 2012 09:00

Opengear manages Interop Las Vegas network

For the second year running, Australian-developed Opengear products have been selected to manage the Network Operations Centre (NOC) of this week’s Interop technology show in Las Vegas. For more information, call John Harris on 08 8431 4000 or email jharris@impress.com.au.

This week’s Interop Las Vegas technology show is using Australian-developed Opengear products to manage its Network Operations Centre (NOC) – for the second year in a row.

Australian-founded Opengear (www.opengear.com) is a leading provider of next generation console server and remote infrastructure management solutions. With senior managers and its R&D team in Brisbane, Opengear makes more than 80 per cent of its sales in the US.

Running until Thursday this week, Interop Las Vegas www.interop.com is a flagship technology event in the US, combining in-depth educational programs, workshops, real-world demonstrations and live technology implementations in its unique InteropNet program. The InteropNet is a cornerstone of the Interop event built in collaboration with hand-selected, innovative vendors and volunteer engineers who come together to create a completely interoperable network using the industry’s most cutting edge technology.

For the second year in a row, InteropNet’s NOC team has selected Opengear to provide its IM4200 product family of console servers to monitor and manage Interop’s show network.

Opengear IM4200 products are providing out-of-band access for device configuration and troubleshooting for the Interop NOC, show floor and off-show floor production infrastructure. This includes providing a secondary secure wireless/cellular connection to key racks in the unlikely event of an out-of-band network outage.

Opengear designed its portion of the Internet NOC remote infrastructure management architecture to be set up and torn down very quickly, since it is a temporary event network.

Opengear National Sales and Business Development Manager (ANZ) Brendan Baker said Opengear’s selection for Interop’s Network Operations Centre was important recognition. “It’s the second year running we've provided the management hardware for InteropNet,” he said.

“This is seen as the ultimate network challenge, which has us working alongside some of the biggest vendors in the network world.”

More about Opengear at Interop

Opengear is showcasing its full suite of Remote Infrastructure Management and Data Centre Infrastructure Management solutions at Interop Las Vegas 2012.

Opengear Chief Marketing Officer and VP of Product Management John Bedrick will also present “Out-of-Band RIM for IT and Operational Technology (OT)” this Thursday, May 10 at 12:15pm. John Bedrick will describe the requirements for remote management of IT and OT resources and discuss strategies which meet the needs of both.

Opengear’s AMC5504-5-G-I RIM Gateway is a finalist for Networks Products Guide HOT Companies & Technologies 2012 for the categories of: Most Innovative IT Hardware, Network Management, Infrastructure, and Best IT Hardware.

For media assistance or to request an interview, call John Harris at Impress Media Australia on 08 8431 4000 or email jharris@impress.com.au">jharris@impress.com.au.

About Opengear

Opengear (http://www.opengear.com) develops smart solutions for critical infrastructure management. Opengear’s Data Centre Infrastructure Management (DCIM) and Remote Infrastructure Management (RIM) appliances secure and simplify remote monitoring, access and control of critical IT & network, and Operations Technology (OT) & industrial control systems. These smart appliances integrate next-generation automation and true out-of-band management technologies, ensuring Opengear’s customers maintain complete control over critical infrastructure – wherever, whenever.

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