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- Can be configured within Keysight Fabric Controller for scale and easy management of multiple chassis
- Highest visibility intelligence capabilities in the market with 2.4Tbs in 12 ports
- Uses graphical user interface to easily configure ingress, dynamic and egress filtering rules
- Offers high availability with redundant power supplies, fans, line modules, and supervisors; also available in a single-supervisor version
- Features high density—up to 288 ports of 10GE, 96 ports of 40GE, or 72 ports of 100GE in 7U
- Delivers high performance—over 3.8Tb of backplane capacity for wire-speed performance in any configuration
- Introduces a scalable, modular architecture that grows with your needs and maximizes tool investments—able to distribute traffic to tools at line-rates different from your core network
Recognize Malware, Botnet, Exploits, Hijacked IPS and Phishing Activity with Threat Insights All on Your Vision 7300
A Flexible and Powerful Approach to Network Visibility
Problem: Cost Effective Scalability
New applications, an upgraded network with a need to extend the life of expensive tools, the fear of looming security threats — these are just a few of the reasons why organizations seek complete and powerful network visibility.
But as networks and their monitoring systems grow, so do data center–related expenses such as power and rack space. What’s more, adding disparate solutions to boost visibility can lead to a decentralized network monitoring system and prevent you from making the most of your investments in existing technologies.
Solution: Centralized Control for Improved ROI
The Vision 7300 chassis, part of the Vision family of our network packet brokers (NPBs), provides end-to-end network visibility to the tools that manage, analyze, and secure your physical and virtual networks.
The Vision 7300 provides flexible and powerful functionality including traffic aggregation, filtering, secure socket layer (SSL) decryption with data masking, deduplication, and intelligent packet management with line-rate, zero-loss packet processing on networks up to 100 GE for both Layer 2–4 traffic, and Layer 7 application-level data.
One of the most scalable network visibility frameworks in the industry, the Vision 7300 is able to expand as your network monitoring needs grow, and adapt as new applications are added or new security threats arise.
Because of this flexibility, the Vision 7300 integrates easily into any network or data-center environment, giving you centralized control of your network monitoring system in one simple, rack-mountable unit.
Such control and simplicity deliver significant bottom-line benefits as well: the smaller data-center footprint consumes less rack space and reduces energy costs, and you realize a greater return on your investment in existing technologies.
Stack up Keysight’s leading visibility intelligence features to optimize your traffic analysis and security tool performance. Used with a network packet broker, virtual or cloud platform, the extensive set of intelligent features allows you to modify, mold and transport traffic specific to tool needs. Moreover, we provide industry-specific, specialized capabilities. Each feature is executed with a purpose-built design to ensure you get the best performance whether in a physical data-center or in the cloud. To learn more, click on each stack.
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