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SPECIFICATION SHEET

Riverbed Steelhead Product Family with Granite
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Mid-Size Office Steelhead Model CX555 Series CX755 Series CX1555 Series H Configurations M H L M L Model Specifications: Riverbed Steelhead CXHAppliances M Profile Upgradeable to Optimized WAN Capacity Optimized TCP and UDP flows QoS Bandwidth
(a)

Large Office or Data Center Steelhead CX5055 series M H L 2U 5055 H 200 Mbps 14000 400 Mbps 25000 7055-M/H 622 Mbps 75000 No limit 4000 1.6 TB 640 GB SSD 2.6 TB 1.6TB SSD RAID(e) 4 10 16 GB 12 12 32 GB 4 4 20 17 48 GB 18 64 GB 3.4 TB 2.4 TB SSD 5.8 TB 4.8 TB SSD 7055-H 1 Gbps 100000 1.5 Gbps 150000 CX7055 series M H

Desktop 555 H 755 M

Desktop 20 Mbps 2,300 45 Mbps 1,000 410 GB 160 GB SSD 1555 M 50 Mbps(g) 3,000 100 Mbps 2,000 2,000 GB 400 GB

1U -

6 Mbps 10 Mbps 10 Mbps 10 Mbps 350 650 900 1,500

50 Mbps(g) 100 Mbps(g) 4,500 100 Mbps 2,000 2,000 GB 400 GB RAID(d) 6,000 100 Mbps 2,000 1,320 GB 320 GB SSD

10 Mbps 10 Mbps 45 Mbps 45 Mbps 500 500 GB 80 GB 2 GB 4 4 2 GB 4 4 500 500 GB 80 GB 1,000 500 GB 100 GB 1,000 500 GB 100 GB -

QoS Rules/Classes(b) Raw Capacity
(c)

Data Store Capacity Storage Fault Tolerance Hot Swappable Drives RAM Expansion Slots (PCI-e)(g) Onboard Bypass ports (Copper) Max # of Bypass Ports

4 4GB

4 8 GB 2 4 12

NOTE: All WAN Capacity / Bandwidth, TCP Connections and UDP flows, and QoS specifications listed are maximums and may not be achieved in all environments. (a) Recommended maximum outbound QoS shaping capacity (b) Total of classes plus rules (c) Includes HDD’s with SSD’s (d) RAID10 configuration for HDD, Data store uses fault tolerant striped (FTS) configuration for SSD/HDD (e) RAID1 configuration for HDD, Data store uses fault tolerant striped (FTS) configuration for SSD (f) Optional Network Bypass cards: Dual and Quad LX and SX GigE Fiber GigE, Quad Copper GigE, 10GbE SR/LR (g) Requires RiOS 7.0.4 onwards

Power & Physical Specifications: Riverbed Steelhead CX Appliances
Small Office Steelhead Model Dual Power Supplies Power [Watts] (Typical) BTU Temperature(ii) Relative Humidityi Operating Acoustic Noise (Typical) System Dimensions (LxWxH) Packaging Dimensions Max Weight (without packaging) Rail Information
(iii)

Large Office or Data Center Steelhead CX1555 Series 175 605 CX5055 series 375 1280 10 - 40 deg C / 50 - 104 deg F (Operating) -40 - 65 deg C / -40 - 149 deg F (Storage) 20% - 80% non-condensing (Operating), 5% - 95% non-condensing (Storage) 62 dBA 25.4 x 17.2 x 1.71 in / 645.4 x 436 x 43.5 mm 36 Lbs / 16.36 Kg 52 Lbs / 23.6 Kg Mounting rail kit inlcuded. Orderable spare part RMK-002A 65 dBA 25.4 x 17.2 x 3.43 in 645.4 x 436 x 87.1 mm 54 Lbs / 24.5 Kg CX7055 series 420 1425

CX555 Series 45 145

CX755 Series 50 165

0 - 45 deg C / 32 - 113 deg F (Operating) -40 - 65 deg C / -40 - 149 deg F (Storage) 45 dBA 7.1 x 12 x 1.65 in / 180.3 x 304.8 x 42 mm 17.5 x 12 x 3.87 in / 444.5 x 304.8 x 174.6 mm 4.7 Lbs / 2.15 Kg Mounting ears included. Orderable spare part RMK-001

36.25 x 23.38 x 12.5 in / 920.8 x 593.7 x 317.5 mm

(i) Operating altitude up to 10,000 feet except in China 6,562 feet (2,000m) (ii) In China- for use in non-tropical locations (iii) Length is without bezel The availability, export or re-export of these products or specific features are subject to the export laws and regulations of the U.S. and the laws and regulations of any applicable foreign agency or authority.

SPECIFICATION SHEET: Steelhead Product Family with Granite

Model Specifications: Riverbed Steelhead EX Appliances
Small Office Steelhead Model Configurations Profile Upgradeable to Optimized WAN Capacity Optimized TCP & UDP flows QoS Bandwidth
(a)

Mid-Size Office Steelhead EX760 Series

EX560 Series G L 1U 560 L/M/H 4 Mbps N/A 10 Mbps 500 560 M/H 4 Mbps 250 10 Mbps 500 1080 GB 40 GB N/A 380 GB 8 GB N/A 2 GB 4 GB 16 GB 7 GB N/A
(l)

M

H

L

M 1U

H

560 H 6 Mbps 350 10 Mbps 500

10 Mbps 650 10 Mbps 500

760 M/H 10 Mbps 900 45 Mbps 1,000

760 H 10 Mbps 1,500 45 Mbps 1,000 1160 GB

20 Mbps 2,300 45 Mbps 1,000

QoS Rules/Classes(b) Raw Storage Capacity Data Store Capacity (SSD) VSP Partition (f) Granite block store(g) Storage Fault Tolerance Hot Swappable Drives RAM (without Granite) Available for VSP (EX version 1)(l) Available for VSP (EX version 2) RAM (with Granite)
(e) (l)

40 GB

70 GB 190 GB 190 GB

70 GB

150 GB

150 GB 190 GB 190 GB 16 GB 6 GB 8 GB 16 GB 6 GB

150 GB

Available for VSP (EX version 1)(h,i) Available for VSP (EX version 2) Expansion Slots (PCI-e)j Onboard Bypass Ports (Copper) Max # of Bypass Ports
(h,i)

9 GB 4 4

8 GB 4 4

NOTE: All WAN Capacity / Bandwidth, TCP Connections and UDP flows, and QoS specifications listed are maximums and may not be achieved in all environments. (a) Recommended maximum outbound QoS shaping capacity (b) Total of classes plus rules (c) RAID 1 configuration for HDD, Data store uses fault tolerant striped (FTS) configuration for SSD (d) RAID 10 configuration for HDD, Data store uses fault tolerant striped (FTS) configuration for SSD (e) Granite requires extra memory. In some models - EX760, EX1160 and EX1260 - the memory is always included. On other models (EX560), extra memory is needed to support Granite. EX560 requires 16GB of RAM when configured for Granite. (f) With the Granite license, the VSP partition can be larger. For more details, see the “Steelhead EX Installation and Configuration Guide” (g) This is the minimum space. It can grow to encompass the VSP partition. For more details, see the “Steelhead EX Installation and Configuration Guide” (h) The RAM available to VSP differs between EX version 1 and EX version 2. In EX version 1, the RAM noted here is given to the VMs. In EX version 2, the RAM noted here is the Host Physical Memory to VSphere. The memory available to guests will be lower than this number. For more details on VSphere memory management, pelase refer to the VSphere Resource Management Guide at http://pubs.vmware.com/vsphere-50/topic/com.vmware.ICbase/PDF/vsphere-esxi-vcenter-server-50-resource-management-guide.pdf (i) EX1260 memory can be upgraded to 32GB (2TB model) and 64GB (4TB model) (j) Optional Network Bypass cards: Quad copper GbE, Dual & Quad LX/SX Fiber GigE (1X4 port or 2X2 port NIC’s) (k)100 Mbps WAN B/W license available on the EX1160/1260 VH only. (l) VSP version 2 will be offered on G only systems at a later date.

Model Specifications: Riverbed Steelhead EX Appliances
Large OfficeSteelhead Model Configurations Profile Upgradeable to Optimized WAN Capacity Optimized TCP & UDP flows QoS Bandwidth
(a)

EX1160 Series G L M 1U 1160 L/M/H 1160 M/H 10 Mbps N/A 900 1,500 100 Mbps 1,000 2,160 GB 150 GB N/A 760 GB 275 GB 275 GB RAID(c) 4 N/A 20 GB 8 GB 10 GB 20 GB 8 GB N/A(l) 10 GB 2 4 8 24 GB 10 GB 12 GB 24 GB 10 GB 12 GB N/A(l) 2,320 GB 300 GB N/A 1,580 GB 1160 H 20 Mbps 2,300 50 Mbps(k) 4,000 N/A 1260 L/M/H H VH G

EX1260 Series (2 TB) L M 2U 1260 M/H 10 Mbps 900 1,500 100 Mbps 1,000 4,160 GB 150 GB 575 GB 575 GB RAID(d) 6 8 4,320 GB 300 GB N/A 3,574 GB 1260 H 20 Mbps 2,300 50 Mbpsk 4,000 N/A 1260 L/M/H H VH G

EX1260 Series (4 TB) L M 2U 1260 M/H 10 Mbps 900 1,500 100 Mbps 1,000 8,160 GB 150 GB 1230 GB 1230 GB RAID(d) 10 12 8,320 GB 300 GB 1260 H 20 Mbps 2,300 50 Mbpsk 4,000 H VH

QoS Rules/Classes(b) Raw Storage Capacity Data Store Capacity (SSD) VSP Partition (f) Granite block store(g) Storage Fault Tolerance Hot Swappable Drives RAM (without Granite) Available for VSP (EX version 1)(l) Available for VSP (EX version 2) RAM (with Granite)e Available for VSP (EX version 1)(h,i) Available for VSP (EX version 2)(h,i) Expansion Slots (PCI-e)j Onboard Bypass Ports (Copper) Max # of Bypass Ports
(l)

N/A

N/A

24 / 32(i) GB 9 / 17(i) GB 11 / 19(i) GB 4 4 8

24 / 32(i) GB 5 / 13(i) GB 7 / 15(i) GB N/A(l)

32 / 64(i) GB 12 / 43(i) GB 14 / 47(i) GB 4 4 8

32 / 64(i) GB 8 / 40i GB 10 / 44(i) GB

NOTE: All WAN Capacity / Bandwidth, TCP Connections and UDP flows, and QoS specifications listed are maximums and may not be achieved in all environments. (a) Recommended maximum outbound QoS shaping capacity (b) Total of classes plus rules (c) RAID 1 configuration for HDD, Data store uses fault tolerant striped (FTS) configuration for SSD (d) RAID 10 configuration for HDD, Data store uses fault tolerant striped (FTS) configuration for SSD (e) Granite requires extra memory. In some models - EX760, EX1160 and EX1260 - the memory is always included. On other models (EX560), extra memory is needed to support Granite. EX560 requires 16GB of RAM when configured for Granite. (f) With the Granite license, the VSP partition can be larger. For more details, see the “Steelhead EX Installation and Configuration Guide” (g) This is the minimum space. It can grow to encompass the VSP partition. For more details, see the “Steelhead EX Installation and Configuration Guide” (h) The RAM available to VSP differs between EX version 1 and EX version 2. In EX version 1, the RAM noted here is given to the VMs. In EX version 2, the RAM noted here is the Host Physical Memory to VSphere. The memory available to guests will be lower than this number. For more details on VSphere memory management, pelase refer to the VSphere Resource Management Guide at http://pubs.vmware.com/vsphere-50/topic/com.vmware.ICbase/PDF/vsphere-esxi-vcenter-server-50-resource-management-guide.pdf (i) EX1260 memory can be upgraded to 32GB (2TB model) and 64GB (4TB model) (j) Optional Network Bypass cards: Quad copper GbE, Dual & Quad LX/SX Fiber GigE (1X4 port or 2X2 port NIC’s) (k)100 Mbps WAN B/W license available on the EX1160/1260 VH only. (l) VSP version 2 will be offered on G only systems at a later date.

SPECIFICATION SHEET: Steelhead Product Family with Granite

Model Specifications: Granite
Granite Core Model Configurations Profile Upgradeable to Front Swappable Drives RAM Expansion Slots (PCI-e)g Included Ports (Copper) Max. # of Ports Branches Data Set Size1
(1) Recommended size depending on data type

VGC1000 U L Virtual VGC1000 L/M VGC1000 M N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 5 2 TB 10 5 TB 20 10 TB 10 5 TB 20 10 TB GC2000 M/H/VH GC2000 H/VH M L M

GC2000 H 2U GC2000 VH 2 24 GB 4 6 6 40 20 TB 80 35 TB VH

Power & Physical Specifications: Riverbed Steelhead EX and Granite Appliances
Small Office Steelhead Model Dual Power Supplies Power [Watts] (Typical) BTU Temperatureii Relative Humidityi Operating Acoustic Noise (Typical) System Dimensions (LxWxH) Packaging Dimensions Max Weight (without packaging) Rail Information 17.76 Lbs 8.06 Kg Mounting ears included. Orderable spare part RMK-005 36 Lbs 16.36 Kg iiI Mid-Size Office Steelhead EX1160 Series

Large Office or Data Center Steelhead EX1260 Series

Data Center GC2000

EX560/760 Series 85 295

175 605 10 - 40 deg C / 50 - 104 deg F (Operating) -40 - 65 deg C / -40 - 149 deg F (Storage) 20% - 80% non-condensing (Operating) 5% - 95% non-condensing (Storage)

355 1,215

330 1,130

57 dBA 17.09 x 15.52 x 1.66 in 434.0 x 394.3 x 42.4 mm

62 dBA 25.4 x 17.2 x 1.71 in 645.4 x 436 x 43.5 mm 36.25 x 23.38 x 12.5 in 920.8 x 593.7 x 317.5 mm

65 dBA 25.4 x 17.2 x 3.43 in 645.4 x 436 x 87.1 mm

58 Lbs 23.36 Kg Mounting rail kit inlcuded. Orderable spare part RMK-002A

(i) Operating altitude up to 10,000 feet except in China 6,562 feet (2,000m) (ii) In China- for use in non-tropical locations (iii) Length is without bezel The availability, export or re-export of these products or specific features are subject to the export laws and regulations of the U.S. and the laws and regulations of any applicable foreign agency or authority.

Model Specifications: Riverbed Steelhead xx50 Series Appliances
Small Office Steelhead Model Configurations Profile Upgradeable to Optimized WAN Capacity QoS Bandwidthq QoS Rules/Classesr Raw Capacity Data Store Capacity RSP Partitionk RSP 64 Bit Packages Storage Fault Tolerance Front Swappable Drives RAMm Expansion Slots (PCI-e)h Onboard Bypass ports (Copper) Max # of Bypass Ports 1 GB 2 2 a Mid-Size Office Steelhead 550 Series H M 550-H 2 Mbps 300 10 500 160 GB 80 GB 55 GB No H 4 Mbps 600 10 500 U 4 Mbps 600 45 1000 250 GB 100 GB 100 GB 1050 Series L 1U 1050-M/H 8 Mbps 800 45 1000 250 GB 100 GB 100 GB (Default) 200 GB (RAID) Yes 1 2 GB 2 GB Optional RAID 1 (default) 4g (RAID) 2 GB 1 4 8 2 GB 2 (default) 4g (RAID) 4 GB o 150 Series M 1 Mbps 20(i) 2 100 120GB 40GB L 250-M/H 1 Mbps 40 (i) 4 300

250 Series M Desktop 250-H 2 Mbps 125 4 300 120 GB 40 GB 55 GB
(i)

2050 Series H o

M 1050-H 10 Mbps 1,300 45 1000

L 2050-M/H o M 1U 2050-H 45 Mbps b H 6,000 100 2000

2 Mbps 200 4 300

20 Mbps 2,300 45 1000 500 GB 200 GB 200 GB

Optimized TCP Connectionsd

2,500 100 2000

4,000 100 2000 1 TB 400 GB 75 GB Yes RAID 4g 6 GB 1 4 8

-

Large Office or Data Center Steelhead Model Configurations Profile Upgradeable to Optimized WAN Capacitya Optimized TCP Connectionsd QoS Bandwidthq QoS Rules/Classesr Raw Capacity Data Store Capacity RSP Partitionk RSP 64 Bit Packages Storage Fault Tolerance Front Swappable Disks RAMm Expansion Slots (PCI-e)h Onboard Bypass ports (Copper) Max # of Bypass Ports 4 4 20 8g 5050-M/H 90 Mbpsb, o 7,500 200 2000 2 TB 600 GB 100 GBe L 5050 M 3U 5050-H 90 Mbpsb, o 10,000 200 2000 2 TB 600 GB 100 GBe Yes RAID 8g 8 GB 4 4 20 12g 155 Mbpsb 18,000 200 2000 3 TB 800 GB 150 GBe H 3U 310 Mbps 50,000 310 2000 8 TB 3.5 TB 150 GBe Yes RAID 16g 24 GB 4 4 20 16g 32 GB 4 4 20 75,000 1000 2000 2.8 TB 2.2 TB SSD 100 GBe Yes RAIDf 30g 48 GB 7050-M 1 Gbpsb, c, n 100,000 1000 2000 5 TB 4.4 TB SSD 100 GBe 6050 L 3U 7050 M 3U 40 Gbpsp 1,000,000 RAID 3g 8 GB 4 4 20 INT 9350

Management CMC 8150 1U NA 1 TB NA 2 6 GB SMC 8650 1U NA 1 TB N/A 2 6 GB -

(a) Inbound (WAN to LAN) Steelhead capacity is unrestricted; outbound WAN capacity can be expected up to the amount listed. On the 2050, 5050, and 6050, total WAN capacity equals inbound traffic + outbound traffic (b) No enforced optimized WAN bandwidth limit (c) For Data Center to Data Center workloads, WAN capacity is up to 1 Gbps. For DC to remote office workloads, recommended WAN capacity is up to 622 Mbps (d) TCP and UDP flows can be expected up to the amount listed (e) No PFS support (f) Data store uses fault tolerant striped configuration (g) Hot swappable disks (h) Optional Network Bypass cards: Dual and Quad LX and SX GigE Fiber GigE, Quad Copper GigE, Dual 10GbE SR/LR (i) Requires RiOS 7.0.3a, 6.5.5a onwards

(k) Raw disk capacity allocated to the RSP partition. About 7GB is used by RSP package and filesystem. Partner packages need additional storage (based on the size of the package) (m) RSP requires additional 2GB of memory, 6050 requires 4GB, 7050 requires 8GB. RSP packages on the 550 are limited to 1.5GB memory since the software is unable to use the full 2GB of additional memory. (n) Over 4Gbps of LAN performance with 2.5X data reduction when configured to use jumbo Ethernet frames. (o) The 5050L and the 1050 B/W increases require RiOS 5.5.7 or 6.0.2 onwards (p)Multiple inpath interfaces were used to achieve this throughput. Up to 40Gbps throughput (rx+tx traffic). Requires version INT 3.0 with XBridge enabled. WCCP and PBR configurations are not supported when XBridge is enabled. (q) Recommended maximum outbound QoS shaping capacity (r) Total of classes plus rules

SPECIFICATION SHEET: Steelhead Product Family with Granite

Power & Physical Specifications: Riverbed Steelhead xx50 Series Appliances
Small Office Steelhead Model Configurations Profile Dual Power Supplies Power [Watts] (Typical) BTU Temperature ii Mid-Size Office Steelhead 550 Series H M Desktop 66.5 227 138 471 H U 1050 Series L 1U (Optional) 151 515 10 - 40 deg C / 50 - 95 deg F (Operating) -40 - 65 deg C / -40 - 149 deg F (Storage) 197 672 M H L 2050 Series M 1U H

150 Series M L

250 Series M Desktop 40 135 0 - 45 deg C / 32 - 113 deg F (Operating) -40 - 65 deg C / -40 - 149 deg F (Storage)

Relative Humidityi Operating Acoustic Noise System Dimensions (LxWxH)iii Packaging Dimensions Max Weight (without packaging) Rail Information

20% - 80% non-condensing (Operating)5% - 95% non-condensing (Storage) 45 dBA Sound Pressure (Typical) 12 x 7.1 x 1.65 in 304.8 x 180.3 x 42 mm 24.5 x 12 x 4 in 622 x 305 x 102 mm 4.7 Lbs / 2.15 Kg Mounting ears included. Orderable spare part RMK-001 29 Lbs / 13.1 Kg 61 dBA Sound Pressure (Typical) 25.4 x 17.2 x 1.71 in 645.4 x 436 x 43.5 mm 33.6 x 22.9 x 8.6 in 854 x 582 x 219 mm 30 Lbs / 13.6 Kg Mounting rail kit included. Orderable spare part RMK-002 35 Lbs / 15.9 Kg

Large Office or Data Center Steelhead Model Configurations Profile Dual Power Supplies Power [Watts] (Typical) BTU Temperature Relative Humidityi Operating Acoustic Noise System Dimensions (LxWxH)ii Packaging Dimensions Max Weight (without packaging) Rail Information 59 Lbs / 26.7 Kg 64 Lbs / 29 Kg 203 693 225 768 352 1670 425 1455 430 1470 320 1091 L 5050 M 3U H 3U 6050 7050 L 3U 7050 M 3U INT 9350

Management CMC 8150 SMC8650

153 515 10 - 35 dec C / 50-95 deg F (Operating) -40-70 deg C / -40-158 deg F (Storage)

10 - 40 deg C / 50 - 95 deg F (Operating) -40 - 65 deg C / -40 - 149 deg F (Storage) 20% - 80% non-condensing (Operating)5% - 95% non-condensing (Storage) 61 dBA Sound Pressure (Typical) 25.72 x 17.0 x 5.2 in 653.4 x 431.6 x 131.9 mm 34.1 x 23.7 x 15.9 in 866 x 602 x 403 mm 71 Lbs / 32.2 Kg 55 Lbs / 25 Kg 59 Lbs / 25.8 Kg 51 Lbs / 23.2 Kg

Same as 1050 Same as 1050 Same as 1050 30 lbs / 13.6 kg Mounting rail kit included. Orderable spare part RMK-002

Mounting rail kit included. Orderable spare part RMK-003

(i) Operating altitude up to 10,000 feet except in China 6,562 feet (2,000m) (ii) In China- for use in non-tropical locations (iii) Length is without bezel The availability, export or re-export of these products or specific features are subject to the export laws and regulations of the U.S. and the laws and regulations of any applicable foreign agency or authority.

System Requirements: Steelhead Mobile
Steelhead Mobile software optimizes application performance over the WAN for the mobile workforce.
Operating System CPU Memory Disk Store Steelhead Appliance1 Steelhead Mobile Controller (SMC)
(1) At least one Steelhead appliance is required running RiOS version 4.x or higher.

Windows 2000 SP4, XP SP2 (32 bit versions only); Vista and Windows 7 (32 bit and 64 bit versions). Mac OSX 10.5 and 10.6 (Intel only) Celeron 650 MHz 256 MB 256 MB free disk space (min. required) Required Required: Either Steelhead Mobile Controller Appliance or Steelhead Mobile Conroller Virtual Edition

Software Specifications: Steelhead Mobile
Concurrent Clients Supported per SMC Concurrent Clients Supported with SMC Cluster VPN Compatibility
3 2

120,000 (SMC -Cluster) /4000 (SMC-Appliance)/100 (SMC-Virtual Edition) n x 4000 Cisco, Juniper, Nortel, OpenVPN, Microsoft, Aventail, Citrix, AT&T Netclient, Array, Checkpoint, F5, Sonicwall, Fortinet, WatchGuard Verizon, AT&T, Sprint

Wireless PC Card Compatibility4

(2) SMCs can operate in clustered mode to support additional Steelhead Mobile clients. (3) Partial listing. VPN compatibility may be impacted by vendor software version, client configuration, and other factors. Refer to detailed VPN specifications at http://www.riverbed.com/products/steelhead_mobile/vpn_specs/ for more information. (4) Partial listing. Wireless PC Card compatibility may be impacted dependent upon hardware and driver versions, bundled software and other factors. Refer to detailed wireless specifications at http://www.riverbed.com/products/steelhead_mobile/wireless for more information.

About Riverbed
Riverbed delivers performance for the globally connected enterprise. With Riverbed, enterprises can successfully and intelligently implement strategic initiatives such as virtualization, consolidation, cloud computing, and disaster recovery without fear of compromising performance. By giving enterprises the platform they need to understand, optimize and consolidate their IT, Riverbed helps enterprises to build a fast, fluid and dynamic IT architecture that aligns with the business needs of the organization. Additional information about Riverbed (NASDAQ: RVBD) is available at www.riverbed.com.

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