Dallas, Texas 04/30/2014 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – Emulex Corporation (NYSE:ELX) as part of its innovative systems has now opted to become part of the OpenPOWER Foundation to develop an ecosystem which it will adopt to develop IBM POWER architecture. This platform is expected to help the company to respond to the specific client requests.
Emulex Corporation (NYSE:ELX)is expected to report its earnings report at the close of trading on April 30, 2014. As of now, analysts expect this technology solution provider to report earnings to the tune of $0.15 per share, with the revenue in the region of $112.95.
Latest news release by the company has been a study it recent conducted covering over 150 IT professionals.
Enterprise Strategy Group
Emulex Corporation (NYSE:ELX) as one of the nation’s foremost network connective management services provider and monitoring services provider has announced results of its recent studies.
The study relate to the growth of networks and the related complexity of network visibility as well as monitoring and application performance, besides security and compliance.
Technically, ELX has partnered with Enterprise Strategy Group or ESG to address the requirements of modern enterprise networks, considering most of them are at various stages of moving to cloud based services.
As the networks will now concentrate on data center, server virtualization as well as private clouds which also offer layer of virtualization for application architectures as well as developing dense Ethernet of 10GB and higher speeds for these networks.
The study which was ably supported by Emulex Corporation was intended, according to Mike Riley, senior vice presidentfor the following purpose: “The results of this survey point to exactly why enterprises need the ability to collect and monitor all network traffic – to improve network performance, security, and availability and to maintain regulatory compliance.”
According to Bob Laliberte, senior analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group, “Organizations need to ensure they have effective monitoring solutions in place that will enable them to maintain network availability in the face of increasing data center complexity.”