Established in 2007, CASwell, Inc. is one of the world's leading manufacturers in communication appliances and a spin-off from the Portwell Group – a world-leading Industrial PC (IPC) manufacturer. After achieving many technology breakthrough milestones CASwell became part of Ennoconn and the Foxconn IPC Business Group in 2014 and has now access to one of the world's largest technology manufacturing resources.
As the founder and leader of the “communication appliance“ segment, CASwell has built its reputation by offering advanced technology, product-scalable coverage, global logistic services and comprehensive manufacturing efficiency. Since inception, CASwell has consistently offered communication appliance segment's leading technologies and dedicated design services for tier one partners worldwide.SHOW MORE
SDN has re-defined the network framework nowadays. Software-defined Networking (SDN) comes from the IT world and separates data and control layers while centralizing control.
SDN delivers the ability to program network behavior using well-defined interfaces. On the other hand, NFV was born to meet Service Provider (SP) needs and shape the new network equipment architecture. It minimizes CAPEX by reducing/ eliminating proprietary hardware and consolidate multiple network functions onto industry standard platforms.CASwell Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Solutions
The hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) systems are a natural progression from legacy IT infrastructure, which are commonly silos of systems and operations. In these legacy environments, there may be separate administrative groups and systems for network, storage, and servers.
The CASwell hyper-converged infrastructure architecture refers to products that integrate hardware units including servers, networks, storage, management and virtualization software platforms into x86-based modular building block that can be rapidly deployed to run any enterprise application with industry-leading performance, scale, resilience and efficiency.
CASwell architecture ensure maximum performance, high availability, and storage efficiency that are always optimal across the entire system even during hardware failure events.