Ethernet switch

  • 26-Jul-2010 10:29 EDT
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The Kontron IPv4/IPv6 switch VX3910 for VPX and OpenVPX platforms offers switching functionality with a total of 28 gigabit (GB) ethernet ports and management features for 3U system designs. The company's embedded network technology offers an advanced feature set and operational interfaces across multiple form factors to simplify IPv4/v6 inter- and intra-platform networking, reducing development efforts. A nonblocking L2/L3 GB switch, the VX3910 offers high port density for the implementation of various network topologies in 3U appliances, while four additional 2.5 GB ports to the backplane simplify a redundant system architecture with no single point of failure. The VX3910 allows implementation of network-centric situational-awareness and high-performance embedded computing applications in various markets and is available in an air-cooled version for ambient temperatures from 0 to +55°C (32 to 131°F) as well as a rugged conduction-cooled version for an extended temperature range of -40 to +85°C (-40 to +185°F).

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