Kiwi Endace launches new data acquisition system

Kiwi Endace launches new data acquisition system

New Zealand-based network monitoring and recording company Endace has launched its new data acquisition system, EndaceProbe 3820.

The new system is based on breakthrough technological innovation at the University of Waikato and, among other features, each monitoring port can be configured to receive and transmit a wide range of different framing formats, including SONET (OC-192) and 10GbE LAN/WAN.

It also includes four individually configurable Rx and Tx interfaces, 4TB of onboard RAID storage and an open multi-application hosting environment.

According to the company, the Endace 3820 is designed to be deployed in secure environments as part an integrated data acquisition and analytics ‘fabric’.

We’ve worked closely with our government intelligence customers over the last ten years and have built up an intimate understanding of their feature, performance and SWaP requirements,” says Neil Livingston, chief product officer at Endace.

The company, based in Auckland, will be demonstrating the product at the upcoming US DoDIIS (Department of Defense Intelligence Information Systems) show in Detroit, next month.

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