Brocade Network Solutions
VPLS Solutions’ team of engineers and sales professionals have over 20 years of combined experience designing, selling, installing and troubleshooting the world’s largest networks. We manage our own network with over 10,000 switch ports that exceeds Five 9’s of reliability. Our experts hold certifications from Brocade, Juniper, Cisco, Palo Alto Networks and many more. VPLS Solutions is ready to assist your team with the most complex network challenge.
VPLS Solutions is proud to partner with the best switching and routing manufacturer on the planet: Brocade. Whether you are looking for a solution for the network edge or core, the campus or the data center, Brocade has a solution that surpasses your needs and expectations. Brocade’s solutions dominate in four categories that we like to call “The Four P’s”.
Brocade makes the highest performing switching and routing products on the market. Whether you are looking for Gig, 10 Gig or even 100 Gig solutions, Brocade has a line-rate switch / router for you.
- Port Density
Brocade’s solutions pack more ports into a smaller form factor saving you valuable space in your data center rack or campus wiring closet.
- Power Consumption
Brocade’s solutions use up to 70% less power than the competitive alternative. This will save you many thousands of dollars over the life of the product. Lower power consumption also means higher mean-time-between-failure which increases your network reliability.
Brocade’s solutions will save you 30% or more when compared to the competitive alternative.
Our team of eight Brocade Certified Network Engineers bring more skill and expertise than any Brocade partner in Southern California. VPLS Solutions is certified as an Elite Brocade partner for Network Infrastructure, Data Center Infrastructure and Service Provider Solutions.
Please contact us today at email@example.com to discuss how VPLS Solutions can help you design a world class network.
“Ever walked into a room full of guys running a network? They each have 18 terminals open, all to different routers and switches in their network. Why? Are they that unstable? Does staring at them help? Maybe they are like my Yellow Labrador and are more likely to misbehave while no one is looking. Enough! Networking HAS to change. It has to get simple; it has to get clean, elegant, easy and maybe, just maybe…fun? And more importantly, it’s got to work.”– Jon Hudson, Brocade Solutioneer