Cisco Nexus 2248TP-E GE Fabric Extender - expansion module

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Product Id: 25571470

Description: Cisco Nexus 2248TP-E GE Fabric Extender - Expansion module - Gigabit Ethernet x 48 + 4 x SFP+ (uplink) - for Nexus 5010, 5020, 7000, 7009, 7010, 7010 Fabric-2

Mfr Part #: N2K-C2248TP-E-1GE=

MSRP: $9,000.00

The Cisco Nexus 2248TP-E meets general-purpose data center needs. In addition, it has 32-MB buffers and enhanced statistics counters specifically optimized for data center applications such as big data, parallel storage, and video editing applications. The Cisco Nexus 2248TP-E comes with 48 100/1000 BASE-T host ports and, enhanced small form-factor pluggable 10 gigabit Ethernet uplinks.
Key Points
  • Forty-eight 100/1000 BASE-T server access ports
  • Four 10 gigabit Ethernet lossless uplink and fabric ports using Cisco Fabric Extender Transceiver (FET) SFP+, Short-Reach (SR) and Long-Reach (LR) SFP+, copper interconnects
  • Connection to the Cisco Nexus 5000 series parent switch at first customer shipment
  • Support for cost-effective Cisco FET for uplink and fabric link connectivity, well suited to unified fabric environments
  • Support for host PortChannel and virtual PortChannel capabilities
  • Highly scalable distributed modular system with up to 1152 100/1000 BASE-T ports
  • Compact one-rack-unit form factor
  • With standard front-to-back cooling, all switch ports are at the rear of the unit in close proximity to server ports, aligned with the hot aisle
  • With reversed airflow, ports are aligned with the cold aisle
  • Hot-swappable fan trays
  • Accessibility of all user-serviceable components
  • Operation as a remote I/O module, extending the switch fabric for Cisco Nexus 5000 series switches
  • Capability to be mixed and matched with different types of Cisco Nexus 2000 series Fabric Extenders to the same parent switch to support various types of connectivity
  • Homogeneous policies across a large number of ports