microsegmentation


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microsegmentation

Dividing a network into smaller subnetworks for security or efficiency. Microsegmenting a network is accomplished with switches and routers. See subnet, switch and router.
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The Catalyst 2600 provides for microsegmentation of ring segments, media-speed data transport and low cost-per-port.
The explosion of media channels, the growth of microsegmentation, and the globalization of commerce are very real challenges facing businesses today," says Randy Ricker, Aquent's vice president and regional manager for the northeast and central United States.
SegWay meets the bandwidth, cost, security, flexibility and management requirements of today's dynamic workplace environment and features a unique microsegmentation capability that significantly reduces the cost of network moves, adds and changes.
Through microsegmentation this report reveals behavior in each market as well as total levels, supplying the market intelligence you will need to plan for the future.
shared ring microsegmentation with switched architectures.
With a unique microsegmentation feature, SegWay gives network managers the ability to configure and move individual users within and between workgroups, regardless of where they are physically attached to the network.