Xena Networks Wins New Frost & Sullivan Award

By Xena Networks, PRNE
Monday, December 5, 2011

COPENHAGEN, Denmark, December 6, 2011 -

Frost & Sullivan chose Xena for the “2011 Global Gigabit Ethernet Test Equipment Price Performance Value Leadership Award”.

Xena Networks announced today it has received a new accolade from Frost & Sullivan recognizing the company’s success and growth in the Gigabit Ethernet test and measurement market.

“Winning the “2011 Global Gigabit Ethernet Test Equipment Price Performance Value Leadership Award” is especially important for us because it so clearly focuses on the value proposition that’s been our goal from Day One,” says Jacob Nielsen, Xena’s CEO.

“There are already 2 major companies who offer gigabit Ethernet test products that have all the bells and whistles and can test everything from L1 to L7,” explains Jacob Nielsen. “However, these are expensive and complex solutions so we decided to focus on what customers need most - lots of ports for L2-L3 testing and comprehensive software that’s easy to use.”

Xena’s main product offerings are two chassis (the 1U XenaCompact and the larger 4U XenaBay) together with a range of 1G, 10G, 40G, and 100G modules which ¬†support a range of optical transceivers. Among its standout products are a 6-port 10G module (M6SFP+) and a tri-speed 10/40/100G module (M1CFP100). XenaManager is the free client/server software used to control these units/modules when installed on a PC.

According to Frost & Sullivan: “Xena, by keeping in sync with the evolving trends of the Gigabit Ethernet test equipment market, is poised for growth with its cost-effective, feature-rich Ethernet testing solutions. The company has been consistently focusing on customer requirements, creating a fine balance between the price and performance of its Ethernet testing solutions.”

For more information: www.xenanetworks.com/html/news.html

Christopher Lind Arlaud
VP Marketing
Xena Networks
Graabroedretorv 6, 3. sal
1154 Copenhagen K
Phone: +45-30-20-50-46


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