NetScout 'embraces disruption' by scrapping proprietary hardware in PFS

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Move will enable use of white-box hardware

The PFS 5000 models are software-driven and use an open platform

Netscout has shown off new software-driven additions to its nGenius packet flow system products family at the Cisco Live conference in Las Vegas. Making the PFS 5000 models software-driven divorces...

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