Secure Your Hybrid Data Center
with State-of-the-Art Visibility Technology
APCON's Series 4000 next-generation hybrid visibility platform accommodates an ever growing number of users, data, and applications. The platform delivers high performance and density, scalability, and access to hybrid networks spanning cloud, virtualized, and on-premise infrastructures.
Get industry-leading performance with Hybrid Scale
Future-ready for hybrid networks
Get visibility for 5G mobile networks, IoT devices, video streaming, and data-intensive apps.
High density design that scales
Get scale and investment protection with 1/10/25/40/100G high density ports.
Up to four times lower TCO
Higher full featured multi-speed port count gives you more visibility in a smaller form factor.
Maximize security intelligence
Get the right traffic to your security & network monitoring tools with advanced features including deduplication, packet-slicing, and protocol header stripping.
Series 4000 Next Generation Blades and Chassis
Series 4000 Chassis
The APCON Series 4000 Chassis are the next generation of network visibility appliances. Each can be configured with up to six next generation fabric cards providing full mesh connectivity with the blades, and offering a powerful increase in throughput potential, up to 9.6TB.
3RU Series 4000 Chassis
Up to 2 blades
5RU Series 4000 Chassis
Up to 4 blades
9RU Series 4000 Chassis
Up to 8 blades
Series 4000 Blades
The APCON Series 4000 blades’ aggregation and filtering technology make it easy to monitor high-speed networks. With the broadest range of advanced features network engineers are confident the right traffic is delivered to the right tools all the time.
Port Density with ACI-4030-E36
36 × 40/100G front panel ports capable of supporting 144 1/10/25G ports with breakouts.
Port Density with the ACI-4030-E52
48 ports capable of supporting 1G, 10G, or 25G & 4 ports of 40/100G.
Key Hardware Features
- Two models: Capacity for two blades (3RU) or four blades (5RU)
- Supports 1/10/25/40/100G speeds
- Direct cloud/virtual traffic to central tool farms
- Optimize existing security & network monitoring tools
- Access Control Lists (ACLs) to filter traffic
- Easily direct traffic of interest to the tools that need it
- Packet Slicing, Protocol Stripping, Port Tagging
- Packet Deduplication
- Tunnel Termination
IntellaView™ Management Interface for APCON Series 4000
The IntellaView management interface delivers an intuitive user experience for managing your hybrid network visibility infrastructure from a single screen.
View the entire network, including system status and summary of any events. The best-in-class, easy-to-use IntellaView Graphical User Interface (GUI) saves IT resources by notifying designated users of alert conditions, analyze network traffic using RMON statistics, schedule and implement firmware updates in batch mode, and managing user accounts.
Easily and selectively permit or deny network traffic by individual ingress or egress ports or to an entire ingress or egress traffic flow.
Simply visualize your entire network, identify traffic patterns and quickly update access control lists.
Promptly address network traffic to the appropriate security and network monitoring tools. The following flow types are supported:
- One-to-load balance group (LBG)
- Many-to-load balance group (LBG)
Identify overall port health, port configurations, and port tags for maximum control over traffic flow.
View statistics from all or specific ports on all or specific blades installed in the switch in one screen.
- Packet Slicing
- Protocol Header Stripping
- Port Tagging
- Packet Deduplication
APCON Hybrid Visibility Solutions for data intensive, high speed, high capacity networks
With the proliferation of data intensive applications for 5G mobile networks, IoT devices, video streaming and big data, network traffic speeds and capacity grow at an unprecedented rate, creating significant challenges for network monitoring and security.
APCON’s Series 4000 provides data access and virtual monitoring integration of high-speed data networks running in private cloud, public cloud and on-premise infrastructures.