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Supermicro intros 52-port 1GbE switch

Posted: 19 Apr 2012 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:1GbE switch? Gigabit Ethernet? data center? cloud computing?

Supermicro Computer Inc. has expanded its Ethernet switch product line with a pair of 52 port 1Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) switches. The SSE-G2252 and its companion SSE-G2252P are IEEE 802.3az-compliant claiming to provide Energy Efficient Ethernet services and offer 1GbE connectivity over 48x RJ45 ports and 4x SFP ports. The SSE-G2252P model is IEEE 802.3at-compliant and supports Power over Ethernet (PoE), added the company.

Supermicro's Layer 2 switches undergo rigorous compliance testing to ensure compatibility with IEEE Ethernet standards and are designed for top-of-rack or standalone applications, stated the company. They offer extremely cost-effective networking options for data center, cloud computing, HPC and SMB environments, added Supermicro.

SSE-G2252

The devices offer Ethernet services and 1GbE connectivity over 48x RJ45 and 4x SFP ports.

The devices provide a choice of management interfaces using either a Web-based GUI or an industry compatible command-line-interface (CLI). The PoE model supports and makes possible rapid installation of PoE-based devices such as wireless access points for conferences and shows, support for VoIP phones, as well as PoE surveillance cameras and a myriad of new PoE devices becoming available on the market.

The SSE-G2252 and SSE-G2252P also offer a full range of popular Ethernet features such as Jumbo Frames, Link Aggregation, VLANs and Quality of Service. All of this is done in a compact 1U form factor for maximum flexibility in rack-mount installations.

The SSE-G2252 and SSE-G2252P are available now.





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