Software delinearizes network device connection process.

Press Release Summary:

Able to manage multiple IntellaPatch physical layer switches, network devices, and lab resources, TITAN network management software controls connectivity of network elements and third party devices through GUI and Command Line Interface. Drag-and-drop functionality helps create individual device connections or series of them, which can be saved, recalled, and shared. Transparently, algorithms automatically route most efficient connection path through virtual switch matrix.

Original Press Release:

Apcon TITAN Software Simplifies Control of Physical Layer Switches

WILSONVILLE, Ore., Sept. 18 -- Apcon, Inc. (, the worldwide leader of physical layer switches and software, released TITAN network management software, a client/server application that manages multiple IntellaPatch physical layer switches, network devices, and lab resources. TITAN software controls connectivity of network elements and management of third party devices through a Graphical User Interface and a Command Line Interface for scripting.

TITAN software provides intuitive, device-to-device connections, delivered with unparalleled speed, simplicity and efficiency. By simply dragging-and- dropping network device icons onto a virtual canvas (similar to graphics programs such as Visio), users can create individual device connections or a series of connected devices (called a topology). Topologies can be saved, recalled and shared increasing the repeatability of network and lab infrastructures.

With TITAN software, users easily connect multiple Physical Layer Switches together, creating a larger virtual switch matrix. These inter-switch connections are transparent to the user, regardless of the number of chassis connected together.

TITAN's user-friendly GUI enables device-to-device connections using intuitive device icons and a comprehensive virtual template. TITAN delineates the process for connecting devices by removing the requirement for mapping connections through individual ports. TITAN software's proprietary algorithms automatically route the most efficient connection path through the virtual switch matrix.

"Apcon TITAN software enhances our comprehensive software management suite, offering unprecedented user-friendly software for management of multiple physical layer switches," says Mark Holmes, Apcon Director of Sales. "Additionally, by interconnecting multiple physical layer switches, organizations can share and leverage expensive network resources across distributed infrastructures."

Apcon TITAN software highlights:

o Provides intuitive, device-to-device connections using a drag-and-drop interface
o Provides transparent inter-switch connections
o Connects network devices without reference to port numbers
o Saves, recalls, and shares a series of physical connections
o Controls access through user device access and privilege levels
o Provides multi-user remote access
o Includes advanced diagnostics, notifications and alarms
o Provides access through multiple interfaces, including GUI and CLI

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About Apcon

Apcon, Inc. develops high-speed network hardware to facilitate management of enterprise-wide networks and interoperability test labs. Products include IntellaPatch physical layer switches, switching automation software, and SCSI switches, extenders, and boosters.

Apcon customers include Cisco Systems, Dell Computer, IBM, Lockheed Martin, McData, and QLogic. Headquartered in Wilsonville, Oregon, Apcon maintains sales offices in California, Colorado, Illinois, Pennsylvania, and New York.

For more information, contact Apcon at [email protected].

CONTACT: Travis Spear of Apcon, Inc., +1-971-224-2753, or [email protected]

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