Managed ethernet switch SLX 9240 series
24 portsrack-mountfixed

managed ethernet switch
managed ethernet switch
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24 ports
rack-mount, fixed
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As data centers and cloud service providers embrace new high- performance servers and distributed applications, they increasingly need dense 100/40 GbE switches for leaf and spine configurations. Traditionally, infrastructure has been slow to evolve, and it can be a barrier to innovation. With flexibility at all layers of the data center stack, IT teams can drive agility. The ExtremeSwitching SLX 9240 Switch is designed to help organizations stay ahead of this application- and data-driven network transformation without compromising performance. The SLX 9240 delivers the high-density 100 GbE connectivity required by high-end enterprise and cloud data centers. The underlying hardware is programmable, enabling a faster transition to emerging protocols and new technologies. Workload visibility combined with end-to-end network visibility helps infrastructure teams continue to improve SLAs as they increase network virtualization. The SLX 9240 is a fixed 100/40 GbE leaf and spine switch in a 1U form factor that supports 24 MB of dynamically shared packet buffer and an overall throughput of 3.2 Tbps/1.3 Bpps. It can be configured as a leaf switch or connect to 40 or 100 GbE uplinks from leaf switches. By leveraging this high-density switch, data center networks can dramatically improve power, space, and cooling efficiencies, even at scale. A programmable ASIC enables the adoption of new protocols and technologies through an OS, rather than a forklift upgrade. Payload timestamping improves the accuracy of performance SLA setting and measurement.


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