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Opengear Is First to Bring Integrated Fiber and 4G LTE to Out-of-Band Infrastructure Management




ORLANDO, FL — (Marketwired) — 06/25/13 — Today at Cisco Live, Cisco-s annual IT and communications conference, Opengear (), a leading provider of critical infrastructure management solutions through , , , and , announced the launch of the Opengear IM7200, now the most powerful infrastructure management solution available in today-s market. The brand new product family zeroes in on improving business continuity and resilience through the secure remote management of network, server, and power infrastructure in high density computing environments.

The Opengear IM7200 infrastructure manager demonstrably exceeds the performance capabilities of existing out-of-band competitive products. By introducing dual SFP fiber and/or gigabit Ethernet interfaces alongside 4G LTE, Wi-Fi and software-selectable serial pin-outs, the IM7200 ensures hyper-efficient and secure access to critical networks, even when the primary connection to that network is down or impaired. With the IM7200, network administrators can access, monitor, manage and control their critical equipment regardless of their current or future data center environment and without the need to physically manipulate their infrastructure on-site.

Via the IM7200-s high-speed out-of-band connection, unexpected network outages can be diagnosed and troubleshot within seconds of the incident, reducing the cost and impact of infrastructure faults and failure. With Opengear-s integrated Auto-Response system, common issues can be proactively healed in real time and without the need for human intervention, improving efficiency and reducing costs. The IM7200 also meets the needs of enterprise customers choosing to deploy a fiber-based management network. Integrated fiber connectivity reduces the points of failure associated with fiber media converters or top-of-rack management switch solutions, for reduced TCO and superior reliability.

“Data centers, colocation facilities, network exchange points — managing these highly complex, distributed, multi-vendor environments can often leave network administrators at wits- end, and that-s even before the network connection goes down,” said Rick Stevenson, CEO of Opengear. “With the IM7200, we have the answer for high performance, secure remote management from anywhere in the world: a single appliance with integrated fiber and 4G LTE connectivity that can manage all rack infrastructure from a single pane of glass. We-ve been in the remote infrastructure management business for nearly a decade and truly believe the IM7200 represents a monumental evolution in what-s available to help companies maintain business continuity, whether the network is running or not.”

Immediately access consoles (available with 16, 32, 48 ports) from preferred SSH client or integrated HTTPS AJAX web terminals.

Fastest connection speeds and lowest latencies through fiber, GbE, 4G LTE connections are designed to integrate with, and optimize management of, state of the art data centers and existing brownfield installations.

A state of the art platform driven by a 1GHz ARM processor more than twice as powerful as any competition.

Configurable serial ports and integrated hardware eliminates the need for multiple appliances. Additionally, end-to-end wireless connectivity provides a complete view of network infrastructure without dependency on primary wired network connections.

Extend the IM7200 with central management to manage up to 5,000 Opengear appliances from a single pane of glass.

For more information about the Opengear IM7200 product line, visit:

Founded in 2004, Opengear designs, manufacturers and delivers the most feature rich, cost effective, flexible solutions for secure remote infrastructure management. Opengear enables companies to access and manage virtually any electronic device on their network remotely and securely from anywhere, even if the network is down, to improve efficiencies and maximize business continuity. The company is headquartered in Sandy, Utah, has substantial operations in the UK and Australia, and sales partners worldwide. For more information, please visit .





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