Storage Networking: Connectrix B-Series

DS-6505B

24-port Fibre Channel switch

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DS-6505B

The Connectrix DS-6505B switch provides exceptional price/performance value, combining flexibility, simplicity, and enterprise-class functionality in an entry-level switch. Designed to enable maximum flexibility and reliability, the Connectrix DS-6505B is configurable in 12 or 24 ports and supports 4, 8, or 16 Gigabits per second (Gb/s) speeds in an efficiently designed 1U package.  It comes standard with a single power supply with integrated fans. A second, optional power supply provides additional redundancy for increased resiliency.

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DS-6510B

48-port 16 Gb/s Fibre Channel switch

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DS-6510B

The Connectrix DS-6510B is a 1u 48-port Fibre Channel switch that can function at 2, 4, 8, 10, or 16 Gb/s depending upon the installed optic. Ports on Demand can scale from 24 to 36 or 48 ports. The model has two hot-swappable, redundant integrated power supplies and fan FRUs. There are two options for these PS/fan FRUs: one for front-to-back airflow and the other for back-to-front airflow. The DS-6510B features available 10Gb FC SFPs that will allow for easy integration with 10GB DWDM devices. This 10Gb FC functionality will also provide in flight compression and encryption for these DWDM connections.

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DS-6620B

Fast and powerful 64-port 32Gb/s Fibre Channel switch

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DS-6620B

Designed to support the SAN requirements of small to medium-sized workgroups, as well as those of large enterprises, the Connectrix DS-6620B is a 64-port switch offering forty-eight 32 Gigabits per second (Gb/s) SFP+ ports and four 32Gb/s QSFP ports in a 1 rack unit (RU) form factor. With its speed and port density, the DS-6620B can be deployed in any Fibre Channel Storage Area Network (SAN) to enable very dense fabrics in a relatively small package.

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MP-7840B

Multi-protocol SAN extension switch

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MP-7840B

The Connectrix MP-7840B SAN Extension switch combines Fibre Channel (FC) switching and routing capabilities with powerful hardware-assisted Fibre Channel over Internet Protocol (FCIP) traffic forwarding over IP Wide Area Networks (WAN). The MP-7840B is the next generation of the MP-7800B FCIP switch and is a much higher bandwidth version. The 2U MP-7840B has twenty-four 16 Gigabits per second (Gb/s) Fibre Channel ports and sixteen 1/10 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) and 2 40GbE ports for FCIP.

The base chassis will come fully populated with twenty-four 16Gb Short Wave Fibre Channel SFPs. The 1/10 GbE and the 40GbE ports will not be populated with SFPs by default. Depending on the optics types selected and the WAN connectivity, the MP-7840B can have up to 10 logical FCIP tunnels with a maximum tunnel bandwidth of 20Gbps per tunnel. Theswitch as a whole can scale up to 40Gbps of WAN/FCIP bandwidth.

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ED-DCX6-4B Enterprise Director

192-Port 32Gb/s Fibre Channel Director

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ED-DCX6-4B Enterprise Director

The Connectrix ED-DCX6-4B Fibre Channel Director was designed to meet the demands of mission-critical midsize environments requiring increased capacity, greater throughput and higher levels of resiliency. The 8U chassis supports four horizontal switching blades that accommodate the 48-port Fibre Channel blade and the FCiP switching blade for distance extension. In addition, the director supports up to 16 additional 128Gb/s Inter-chassis Link (ICL) ports for high-speed connections to other DCX6 Directors.

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