Mellanox SwitchX-2 SX1410 - switch - 60 ports - managed - rack-mountable

Mfg. Part: MSX1410-BB2F2 | CDW Part: 4138747 | UNSPSC: 43222612
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$14,465.99 Advertised Price
Product Details
  • Switch
  • L3
  • managed
  • 48 x 10 Gigabit SFP+ + 12 x 40 Gigabit QSFP+ (breakout compatible)
  • rack-mountable
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Main Features
  • Switch
  • L3
  • managed
  • 48 x 10 Gigabit SFP+ + 12 x 40 Gigabit QSFP+ (breakout compatible)
  • rack-mountable
With advanced density, power efficiency and low latency, the SX1410 non-blocking top-of-rack SDN switch provides unmatched performance advantage while lowering capital and operational expenditures. The SX1410, is the optimal top-of-rack switch with 48 ports of 10GbE and 12 uplink ports of 40/56GbE for non-blocking throughput between rack and aggregation layer. Based on Mellanox's SwitchX-2 silicon and advanced hardware design this switch packs 48 SFP+ and 12 QSFP interfaces in an ultra-dense 1U form factor. The SX1410 features advanced latency and power efficiency while providing optimal performance for enterprise data center, financial services, Web 2.0, high-performance computing and cloud computing applications.

SwitchX-2 carries a unique design that enables users with a straightforward platform for implementation of a software-defined network, allowing the construction of a high-scale network with advanced fine-tuning control plane capabilities. The SX1410 supports the Virtual Protocol Interconnect (VPI) technology which enables it to be used for both Ethernet and InfiniBand technology providing the user with flexibility and investment protection. In addition, the SX1410 incorporates a familiar CLI, which enables administrators to easily configure the switch. To ensure long-term applicability, the SX1410 is provisioned to enhance its current capabilities with additional L2 and L3 features through software upgrades.

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