Juniper Networks EX8200-40XS - expansion module - 40 ports

Mfg. Part: EX8200-40XS-ES | CDW Part: 2663603 | UNSPSC: 43201404
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$34,458.63 Advertised Price
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  • Expansion module
  • 10 GigE
  • 40 ports
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Main Features
  • Expansion module
  • 10 GigE
  • 40 ports
The Juniper Networks EX8200 line of Ethernet switches offer powerful, modular platforms that deliver the performance, scalability, and carrier-class reliability required for today's high-density enterprise data center and campus aggregation and core environments, as well as high-performance service provider interconnects.

EX8200 Ethernet line cards are specifically designed to optimize enterprise applications. Each EX8200 Ethernet line card features an on-board Packet Forwarding Engine - the EX-PFE2 -that is equipped with two purpose-built, application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs), one to perform wire-speed packet processing at line rates, and another to perform internal deep packet queuing and buffering while providing a high-speed interface to the chassis switch fabric. In addition, each line card contains a local processor which provides scalable local control and status processing.

The EX8200-40XS is a 40-port oversubscribed 10GbE solution for data center end-of-row and middle-of-row server access, as well as for data center blade switch and top-of-rack or campus uplink aggregation deployments. Optimized for data center networks migrating from GbE to 10GbE interfaces where simultaneous line-rate performance is not required on all ports, the EX8200-40XS supports a wide range of both SFP (GbE) and SFP+ (10 GbE) modular optical interfaces for connecting over multimode fiber, single-mode fiber, and copper cabling. The EX8200-40XS line card can satisfy either 10GbE or GbE applications within each port group independently, providing the perfect migration vehicle for customers transitioning to higher speed connectivity.

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