ConSentry Networks

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ConSentry Networks provides intelligent switching, providing user and application control for enterprises. ConSentry access layer LAN switches understand the username, device, role, application at Layer 7, and destination for each flow and apply policy dynamically. The company's patented multi-core CPU hardware enables this intelligent switching at up to 10 Gbit/s throughput.[1][2]

Jeff Prince, who co-founded Foundry Networks, is a co-founder of ConSentry. ConSentry is headquartered in Milpitas, CA and has offices throughout the world.

ConSentry Networks went out of business on August 20, 2009.[3]

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  1. ^ Musich, Paula (2008-01-25). "ConSentry Combines Security, LAN Switching". eWeek. 
  2. ^ Boslet, Mark (2008-01-28). "Clash of network switches: Juniper, Cisco, Consentry to release products this week". San Jose Mercury News. 
  3. ^ Greene, Tim (2009-08-20). "ConSentry Networks goes out of business". NetworkWorld.