Product Id: 28280870
Description: Extreme Networks Summit X440-48p - Switch - L3 - managed - 48 x 10/100/1000 (PoE+) + 4 x shared Gigabit SFP - rack-mountable - PoE+
Mfr Part #: 4ZT0F22722
The Extreme Networks Summit X440 series switches extend the intelligence and resiliency of the ExtremeXOS network operating system to the converged access edge, enabling fine grained Quality of Service (QoS), stacking, high availability features and identity aware security in a compact, cost effective switch. Standards-based PoE+ support allows the Summit X440 series to support the large-scale rollout of converged network devices such as IP telephones, wireless access points as well as physical security devices such as video cameras.
With high density, low latency, line rate 10/100/1000 Ethernet, dedicated 10 Gbps stacking ports, available redundant power supplies, hardware-based IP support (IPv4 and IPv6) and rich Layer 2 to Layer 4 functionality in a compact, 1 RU form factor, the Summit X440 also provides effective enterprise class network access.
The Summit X440 utilizes the benefits of the ExtremeXOS operating system in an intelligent, affordable access edge. The Summit X440 series switches provide redundant power supplies, SummitStack capability, comprehensive security features and high performance switching in a cost effective, small access switch.
- PoE+ for wireless access points, cameras and IP phones
- Extending intelligent 10/100/1000
- BASE-T connectivity to the desktop
- Line rate on all ports including 2 x 10GBASE-X SFP+ uplinks
- BASE-X SFP based fiber switches, for long distance links
- Stack using SummitStack ports or SummitStack-V over 10GBASE-X SFP+ ports
- Stack with other Summit products from Extreme Networks
- Fan can switch to low speed or off for minimal noise
- Edge switching for both AC and DC powered environments
- Software Defined Networking (SDN)
ExtremeXOS implementations of OpenFlow APIs allow an external OpenFlow-based SDN controller to access and control the forwarding plane of ExtremeXOS network devices. ExtremeXOS-based switches offer a programming interface through OpenFlow to enable high degree of automation in provisioning network services for many upper layer business critical applications running the OpenFlow-based SDN controller. Extreme XOS-based switches also allow for integration with the OpenStack open source cloud computing platform for public and private clouds through the Extreme Networks quantum plug-in. The plugin provides a scalable, automated, rich API-driven system that enables networking-as-a-service model managing data center interconnect solutions and large mult-tenant networks.
- Audio Video Bridging (AVB)
ExtremeXOS supports IEEE Audio Video Bridging (AVB) standards to enable reliable real-time audio and video transmissions over Ethernet, for high-definition and time-sensitive multimedia streams with assigned Quality of Service (QoS). ExtremeXOS leverages AVB to identify and reserve network resources for A/V traffic streams and supports synchronous streaming capabilities to ensure reliable and high-quality A/V transmissions over Ethernet. AVB also enables time sensitive multimedia streams to be sent over the Ethernet network with low latency and provides service quality for high definition information and entertainment applications.
- IEEE 802.3at PoE-plus
Summit X440 PoE+ support both IEEE 802.3at PoE plus and IEEE. 802.3af PoE. Summit X440 that support PoE-plus provide a power budget, which can be allocated across all of the RJ45 ports on that particular switch.
Each of the Summit X440 with two SummitStack stacking ports, provide a 40 Gigabit stacking solution. This stacking capability offers compatibility with other Extreme Networks stackable switches. The Summit X440 with two 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10 GbE) links can also stack using SummitStack-V alternative stacking. The SummitStack stacking architecture is designed for rapid failover capability with n-1 master redundancy, distributed Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching, link aggregation across the stack, and 50 millisecond failover in most cases for path failure and hitless master/backup failover.