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AUSTIN, Texas (June 26, 2013) - Uplogix, the Global leader in Local Network Device and Machine-to-Machine Management, exhibits this week at the Cisco Live 2013 conference in Orlando, Florida. For the fifth year in a row, Uplogix is a Silver Sponsor of Cisco’s largest annual IT and communications conference.
In keeping with the festive atmosphere of the conference and the World of Solutions, Uplogix features a slot car racing track in the booth for attendees to test their driving skills. The crowds of networkers brought in by the slot cars stayed long after their races were over to learn about Uplogix and see demonstrations of Local Management.
The excitement in the Uplogix booth was featured on Cisco TV during the conference and in Cisco social media coverage on Facebook and Instagram.
Uplogix is a Cisco Technology Development Partner, and offers a Local Management solution deployed on the Cisco Unified Computing System Express platform. Using a Cisco 2900 or 3900 router as a hosting environment for an embedded Cisco ISR, the router becomes a full featured Uplogix Local Manager. The solution scales to manage up to 48 devices for high density situations.
Look for Uplogix at Cisco Live again next year in San Francisco, May 18-22nd.
Uplogix provides the first fully integrated local management solution. Our co-located management appliances automate routine administration, maintenance and recovery tasks—securely and regardless of network availability. In comparison, traditional network and systems management depends on the network, uses multiple tools, and remains labor intensive. Uplogix puts the power of your most trusted IT administrator everywhere, all the time.
Uplogix is privately held and headquartered in Austin, Texas. For more information, please visit www.uplogix.com.
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— John Krumenacker,
Field Network Engineer, Amperion