NETGEAR ProSafe GSM7352Sv2 - switch - 48 ports - managed - rack-mountable

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Product Id: 20799548

Description: NETGEAR ProSafe GSM7352Sv2 - Switch - L3 - managed - 48 x 10/100/1000 + 4 x SFP + 2 x SFP+ - rack-mountable

Mfr Part #: GSM7352S-200NAS

MSRP: $2,796.17

NETGEAR’s open source version of stackable, Gigabit Ethernet GSM7352S switches deliver maximum flexibility for OpenFlow network virtualization. This special Linux version allows for easy OpenFlow software enablement.
Key Points
  • Powerful
  • Easy to use
  • Flexible stacking
  • Non-stop service
Product Features
  • Powerful
    In desktop switching environments, wire-speed performance with full QoS control for all 10/100/1000 interfaces is critical. The 2 high-speed 10 G/24 G module bays provide unprecedented flexibility, whether you are stacking between switches, attaching bandwidth thirsty file servers, or aggregating critical data to the core of your network.
  • Easy to use
    Simplify and reduce IT staff workload and mean time-to-repair with intuitive, GUI-based device configuration, and an industry standard command-line interface (CLI). The EZ-Config tool simplifies initial configuration steps to streamline the out-of-box set-up. For easy tracking of port usage, use the text-based port description to label how ports are used.
  • Flexible stacking
    Stacking capabilities allow you to build a single-IP manageable device with up to eight switches utilizing ultra-high-speed 48 Gbps across intelligent bi-directional redundant stacking links. The stacking link is flexible, in that it can either be a short proprietary copper cable or standard long fiber optic cable.
  • Non-stop service
    The new rev 2 hardware now comes with a removable power module as the switch's main power supply. In the event of a power supply failure, the switch will change to use the external RPS device for power, and the internal power module can be replaced without an RMA of the entire switch. This will avoid the problem of service disruption or down time due to power supply failure.