How Do Your Customers' Networks Stack Up?

October 14, 2013 Extreme Partner Team

(Excerpt form Extreme Networks Blog)

Starting with 15.1, XOS, Extreme’s single edge to core network operating system, gives you the ability to create a stack of up to eight switches mixing and matching over 70, let me repeat 70 different Summit switches.  Whether it be 10/100, Gig or 10G, copper or fiber, AC or DC power, Extreme Networks has a Summit stackable that fits the bill and they all play nicely together.  Stacking speeds start at 10G and go to 512G for optimum performance in challenging environments such as connecting Top of Rack (ToR) switches. Read the entire blog  here

Download additional information and material on Extreme Networks Summit Stack in this technical brief: SummitStack, Extreme Networks Virtual Chassis Stacking Technology

 

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