Niagara Networks™ Design, Develop and Manufacture our Products in Silicon Valley, USA. We provide all the building blocks for an advanced Visibility Adaptation Layer at all data rates up to 100Gb, including packet brokers, bypass elements, network taps and a unified management layer.
Our solutions are installed in the world’s most prominent networks, empowering Security and Network Operations Centers (SOC/NOC) with end-to-end visibility and actionable traffic intelligence across physical and virtual networks.
An unconstrained deployment hub for agility to intelligently deliver network traffic to unlimited security and networking solutionsREAD MORE
A Network Bypass Switch ensures failover or fail-safe capabilities for an inline networking device or a network security toolREAD MORE
Niagara's Packet Brokers deliver access to network data to NetOps & SecOps to enable detection, investigation and response to threats in real-time.READ MORE
A network TAP is an external network device that creates a “copy” of the traffic for use by various monitoring devices.READ MORE
Niagara Networks™ solutions enable NetOps and SecOps teams easily and efficiently operate and administer multiple security platforms and service scale, while reducing operational expenses and downtime.
Network visibility is becoming more and more important as organizations face the challenges of deploying increasingly complex network services such as security, performance management, and monitoring on an ever-evolving and expanding network and data center architecture.
Inline Network Security
Niagara Networks' carrier-grade bypass solution ensures inline security tool efficiency. It makes sure that data packets are not lost, and all the essential data traffic continues to travel smoothly over the network, even when inline security devices need to be replaced, rebooted, or removed due to failure or for maintenance.
Terminal Access Point (TAP)
A networking TAP is an external network device that enables port mirroring and creates copies of traffic for use by various monitoring devices. These devices are introduced at a point in the path of the network that requires observation, copying data IP packets, and sending them to a network monitoring tool. Choosing the points where network TAP devices are necessary depends on your reasons for observation—data gathering, analysis, general monitoring for saturation and latency, intrusion detection, etc. Network TAP devices can collect and mirror data traffic from low Ethernet transfer rates of 1 Gigabit s per second (Gbit/s) up to 100Gbps and to the latest 400Gbps.
Network Monitoring & Visibility
Solving your network problems requires strong visibility and adequate monitoring of your network, otherwise, you’re stumbling around blindly. Your security and network monitoring tools are only as good as your visibility, and you need to be able to see the ENTIRE network.