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Management, Monitoring & Testing
In addition to winning the best of show award, NEC Corporation won the category of 'Management, Monitoring & Testing,' again with its NEC ProgrammableFlow Controller 2.0. Its network virtualization technology helps manage traffic flow and optimize network resources, including servers and storage systems.
In the 'Security' category, mainstay McAfee won with its Network Security XC Cluster, a combined hardware/software platform that provides network protection for service providers and data centers, with the ability to handle up to 32 million concurrent connections.
Wireless & Mobility
Last but not least, Cloudpath Networks won the 'Wireless & Mobility' prize for its XpressConnect Enrollment System. The system is designed to automate the on-boarding of a wide array of devices onto school networks and other enterprise Wi-Fi networks where students, contractors, and employees bring their own devices to connect.
In addition to these eight category winners, special recognition was also awarded to V3 Systems for Best Startup. Based in Salt Lake City and founded in 2010, V3 Systems designs virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) platforms with a focus on speed and performance.
Congratulations to all the Interop winners. The Las Vegas event concludes May 10, with the next U.S. Interop show scheduled for later this year in New York, October 1-5.