Citrix NetScaler MPX 10500 Enterprise Edition - load balancing device

Mfg. Part: EW3X0000780 | CDW Part: 4328897 | UNSPSC: 43222622
  • Load balancing device
  • GigE
  • 10 GigE
  • 2U
  • Citrix Enterprise License Program (ELA) (Level 1)
  • rack-mountable
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  • Load balancing device
  • GigE
  • 10 GigE
  • 2U
  • Citrix Enterprise License Program (ELA) (Level 1)
  • rack-mountable
Leveraging the same high-performance NetScaler architecture already powering the world's largest enterprise data centers, cloud providers and websites, the NetScaler MPX 10500 brings the ideal blend of scalability and performance to enterprise customers, without the high cost of competing solutions. With the addition of this midrange model, Citrix now delivers the industry's most comprehensive and cost-effective product line - scaling from small, single application virtual appliances to massive, high-end systems designed to power the world's busiest websites. As a result, enterprise customers are no longer forced to choose between performance and functionality when building their web application delivery infrastructure.

The midrange NetScaler MPX solution provides between 5 and 8 Gbps HTTP performance with support for all NetScaler features, including L4-7 load balancing, application acceleration, server offload, application firewall security and more. In addition to high-performance and advanced features, the unique NetScaler MPX architecture drives the lowest power consumption in its class: nearly 50 percent more efficient than competitive offerings. The NetScaler MPX appliance can also be deployed alongside NetScaler VPX virtual appliances, enabling next-generation datacenter architectures that marry the performance of hardware appliances with the agility and flexibility of software-based virtual appliances.

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