Extreme Networks Announces Expansion Of Cloud Footprint

Data Economy | April 10, 2020

Extreme Networks Announces Expansion Of Cloud Footprint
Extreme Networks, Inc. (Nasdaq: EXTR) has announced the expansion of its 4th generation cloud footprint and the extension of its ExtremeCloud IQ unified management platform. It is a machine learning and AI-driven cloud management platform that simplifies onboarding, configuration, monitoring, managing, troubleshooting, alerting, and reporting for network infrastructure devices. ExtremeCloud IQ adoption has grown by 40% in the trailing 12 months, and manages over one million devices, with an average of 25,000+ administrator logins per day and ingests over 4 billion management messages daily that feed its machine learning and artificial intelligence engine.

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