Product Id: 25060863
Description: Brocade ICX 6430-24 - Switch - managed - 24 x 10/100/1000 - desktop, rack-mountable, wall-mountable
Mfr Part #: ICX6430-24
Today's organizations expect their enterprise campus LANs to deliver more services to more users at a lower cost. These services include next-generation business applications as well as anytime, anywhere access for mobile devices. At the same time, campus LANs must be able to scale easily to meet future demands and efficiently evolve within dynamic business environments.
Brocade ICX switches provide feature-rich enterprise-class stackable LAN switching solutions to meet the scalability and reliability demands of evolving campus networks - at an affordable price.
- Offers enterprise-class stackable switching at an entry-level price
- Delivers unprecedented feature/price value for enterprise applications
- Provides unmatched availability for low-cost switching
- Simplifies network operations and protects investments
- Built for maximum cost-efficiency and investment protection
With Brocade ICX switches, organizations can buy only what they need today and easily scale user ports and services as their network requirements evolve. Brocade offers maximum investment protection through flexible software licensing options that bring advanced services and performance to lower-cost ports.
- Automated deployment and management
Brocade ICX switches help simplify network deployment and management by enabling auto-discovery of new Brocade ICX switches within the stack. IT organizations can auto-configure switches using pre-set instructions on the network. To further simplify management, these stacked switches collectively utilize only a single IP address and offer transparent forwarding across the stack.
- High availability and resiliency
Brocade Ethernet switch stacking technology helps IT organizations meet growing user demands by delivering high availability through real-time state synchronization across the stack and instantaneous hitless failover support. In addition, organizations can use hot-insertion and removal of stack members to avoid interrupting network service when adding or replacing a switch.