Product Id: 26891888
Description: Mellanox SX1024 - Switch - managed - 48 x 10 Gigabit SFP+ + 12 x QSFP - rack-mountable
Mfr Part #: MSX1024B-1BFS
With industry leading density, power efficiency and low latency, the SX1024 is the first non-blocking top of rack switch providing unmatched performance advantage while lowering operating expenses. The SX1024, is the optimal top of rack switch with 48 port of 10 GbE and 12 uplink ports of 40/56 GbE 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 SX1024 features industry leading latency of 250 ns and power efficiency while providing optimal performance for enterprise data center, financial services, web 2.0, high performance computing and cloud computing applications.
- Optimal ToR design
- 48 x 10 GbE hosts ports and 12 x 40/56 GbE uplinks
- Leading performance and scalability
- Low latency
- Energy efficient
- Virtual Protocol Interconnect (VPI)
- Upgradeable L3 features
- World-class design
The SX1024 is an elegant top of rack design that is architected for performance, serviceability, energy savings and high availability. SX1024 comes with 12 QSFP and can be further broken to allow a higher number of 10 GbE ports on the expense of 40 GbE ports up to as much as 64 10 GbE ports on a single switch. The compact 1RU design and optimal prot count of 48 SFP+ and 12 QSFP ports, provide the perfect solution for a high density, server packed rack without the need to compromise for blocking ration on the uplink ports.
The SX1024 switch is interoperable with components supporting the Ethernet industry standards. The switch becomes an integral part of an optimized end to end networking solution when combined with other Mellanox Ethernet product, including the ConnetX family of 10 GbE NICs, acceleration and management software cables. These solution deliver industry leading performance, scalability, reliability and power usage for optimal data center efficiency and application performance across a wide range of industry applications in financial services, web 2.0, database, cloud and HPC environments.