Naughty Dog selects Brocade networking solutions
Sep 29, 2011 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
Naughty Dog, a video game developer, has selected Brocade networking solutions to provide a scalable solution to expedite its video game rendering and modeling needs.
"Having a reliable network and solid support were two of the most important qualities we were looking for during our selection process," said Justin Monast, director of information technology at Naughty Dog. "We needed an incredibly fast network that we could count on and Brocade was able to deliver. The solution allows us to push our network to the limit without having to worry about bottlenecks, and it allows the programmers to develop beyond their expectations."
Naughty Dog has deployed Brocade FastIron SX 800 and 1600 10 GbE switches for its production network. It also uses a FastIron SX 1600 as the core switch, outfitted with 10 GbE dual port cards for its main servers.
"Performance-centric companies such as Naughty Dog need a reliable and scalable network infrastructure to be successful and keep up with their networking demands," said Joe Ammirato, senior director of product management for Brocade. "The Brocade FastIron SX family delivers wire-speed performance and ultra low latency, which is necessary for companies whose business success depends on constantly providing lightning-fast access to data."
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