Network Switches

Fujitsu has developed a suite of top-of-rack switches that support flexible and efficient scale-out server infrastructures, especially in combination with new modular servers. This approach results in several improvements, including infrastructure efficiency for cloud computing, end-to-end virtualization and consolidation. Close partnerships with network technology partners complement the portfolio for building complete IT infrastructures. Storage-area networks (SANs) will continue to be the backbone of the data center network for the next investment cycle, but they need enhancements in terms of bandwidth and management functions. To do this, Fujitsu partners with Broadcom, which recently acquired Brocade, the leading provider of SAN switches. And a lot of new use cases are based on Ethernet networks, with bandwidths of up to 100 Gbit and increasingly virtualized fabric architectures for building dynamic data centers. Fujitsu also partners with Extreme Networks, which offers the best of breed, high performance IP Networking Switches. And it goes without saying that Fujitsu server and storage systems are fully compatible with products from all important network switch vendors, including Cisco.

Transform your network with the right switches

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Product type

Network speed

Number of ports (max.)

Media type

Connection type Ethernet ToR Switch
10/40 Gbit/s Ethernet Switch, Layer2 switching support / Layer3 Service support, End Host Mode (EHM)
Down-link ports 48 x 10 Gbit/s Eth (SFP+ / RJ45)
Up-link ports 6 x 40 Gbit/s Eth (QSFP+)
Management ports 1 x RJ45 Serial Port 1 x 10/100/1000Mbps LAN Port
Network protocol and standards compatibility IEEE 802.1ab LLDP, IEEE 802.1p Class of Service, IEEE 802.1d Spanning Tree Protocol, IEEE 802.1Qau Congestion Notification, IEEE 802.1Qaz Enhanced Transmission Selection (ETS), IEEE 802.1Qbb Priority Flow Control (PFC), IEEE 802.1q VLAN, IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol, IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol, IEEE 802.1x Port Based Network Access Control, IEEE 802.1ax-2008 Link Aggregation, IEEE 802.3x Flow Control, IEEE DCBX Data Center Bridging Exchange protocol proposal for 802.1 Qaz, IPv4, IPv6 and mixed IPv4/IPv6 network protocols
Management Telnet/SSH
Network Configuration Protocol(NETCONF)
Simple Network Management Protocol(SNMP)
Remote Monitoring(RMON)
Open vSwitch Database(OVSDB) management protocol
Link aggregation Static LAG
IEEE 802.1ax-2008 standard (LACP)
support up to 48 ports in a LAG
virtual port channels (VPCs)
Performance 720Gbps switching bandwidth (1440Gbps duplex)
Automatic address learning function to build the packet-forwarding information table. The table contains up to 96K MAC addresses
12 MB of packet buffer memory
Support Jumbo Frame up to 9Kbyte
Store-Forward mode - Cut-through is available to minimize the latenc
Spanning tree Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)
Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP)
VLAN Port Based VLAN
Protocol Based VLAN
IP Subnet Based VLAN
Private VLAN
Weight 8.4 kg
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