Infoblox Inc. today announced the availability of new hardware platforms for its automated network control solutions. With built-in energy efficiency, remote management and high availability advantages, the platforms are designed for today’s demanding, distributed and “Green” enterprise or service provider networks.
The new Trinzic 800, 1400, 2200 and 4000 series appliances are suited for a range of environments from small branch offices to medium-sized enterprises and regional offices to large data centers, service providers and disaster recovery sites.
“Appliance-based delivery of IP network services, such as domain name resolution and IP address assignment, has become an industry best practice for any size organization,” says Kevin Dickson, Vice President of Product Management at Infoblox. “Purpose-built appliances are more reliable, secure, manageable and scalable than legacy approaches, such as software running on general-purpose servers.”
Infoblox introduced its first integrated, purpose-built IP network services appliance in 2001 and is committed to meet evolving enterprise and service provider network hardware requirements, ranging from performance and security to reliability and management capabilities. This new generation of appliances continues that tradition with:
- Energy Efficiency: Highly efficient components, intelligent power management, consumption and cooling features, such as turning off unused Ethernet ports; power supplies are in compliance with environmental standards, including ETSI EN 300 019-1-3, Energy Star and 80 Plus efficiency.
- Lights Out/Remote Management: Proactive monitoring and alerts for power, temperature CPU usage issues and more; remote management features reduce on-site maintenance visits resulting in more cost-effective operations, and Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) 2.0-compliant for enhanced remote site communication and management.
- High Availability: Redundant and field-replaceable power supplies, fans and disks as well as the use of error-correction code (ECC) memory providing a high level of stability and reliability.
Pricing & Availability
The new platforms are now available with pricing on the Trinzic 800 series that starts at $4,995 in North America and $5,995 in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Asia Pacific. The Trinzic 1400 series starts at $16,345 in North America and $19,595 in EMEA and Asia Pacific; and the Trinzic 2200 series begins at $30,245 in North America and $36,295 in EMEA and Asia Pacific. The Trinzic 4000 series starts at $99,995 in North America and $119,945 in EMEA and Asia Pacific.
The devices can operate standalone or integrate as an Infoblox Grid member and co-exist with previous generations of Infoblox platforms in existing customer installations.
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Infoblox is a global leader in automated IT network control solutions. The Company’s purpose-built physical and virtual appliance platforms combine real-time IP address management (IPAM) with network control, configuration and change capabilities. The solutions help Infoblox’s more than 5,400 end customers achieve more dynamic and reliable networks, efficient operations and increased value from their virtualization and cloud computing initiatives. Headquarters are in Santa Clara, Calif. with additional operations in 30 countries.