July 17, 2013

Enterasys Recognized as Top Industry Leader in Dell’Oro Group 2013 Enterprise Edge Report

Achieves a Number Four Worldwide Ranking for Ethernet Edge Switching

Today, I am excited to announce our standings in a recent survey conducted by esteemed industry analyst firm, Dell’Oro Group.  In this survey, 30 Wireless LAN and 30 Ethernet Switch equipment vendors were evaluated and in 1Q13, Enterasys achieved the following ranking:

  • Third across all areas for Enterprise Edge in the regions outside of North America, Asia Pacific and EMEA, mostly comprising Latin America.

  • Fourth overall in Enterprise Edge in North America and fifth in EMEA.

  • Fourth overall for Ethernet Edge Switching worldwide.

Enterasys’ continued success can be attributed to the OneFabric solutions we provide to make it easier for customers to manage both wireless and wired infrastructure seamlessly, within their individual networks.

As one of the industry’s most trusted sources for networking market data, Dell’Oro’s new edge report  speaks to the tremendous effort Enterasys has put towards addressing our customers’ needs to integrate the management of their wired and wireless networks.  Moreover, it displays substantial company momentum across the globe and is a testament to Enterasys’ dedication to delivering the highest quality experience for our customers and partners.

The full report analyzes the Enterprise Edge Market, which is the segment of the communications market that includes enterprise-class Wireless LAN and campus Ethernet Switching equipment, and highlights the vendors that ship Wireless LAN devices to address the market’s transition towards wireless.


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Chris CrowellChief Operating Officer

Chris Crowell was Chief Operating Officer of Extreme Networks. Crowell brought more than 20 years of leadership experience to the role – building collaborative organizations with customer focus, while driving profitable revenue growth for technology companies. Crowell was responsible for all aspects of the Extreme Networks sales and marketing operations and is the former CEO of Enterasys Networks.

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