Niagara 2924-24TG Managed Layer 3 Switch Supporting 960Gbps based on Non-blocking technology supporting 1Gb and 10Gb networks

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Interface Masters Announces 48 Port 1U Hybrid Managed Switch Supporting Multi 10 Gigabit SFP+ Ports and Gigabit RJ45 Ports

Niagara 2924-24TG Managed Layer 3 Switch Supporting 960Gbps based on Non-blocking technology supporting 1Gb and 10Gb networks

San Jose, CA, January 26th, 2012 – Interface Masters Technologies, an industry leader in high speed networking systems, today announced a 48 port Hybrid 10GE SFP+ and 1G RJ45 managed switch series in a 1U form factor. The system Niagara 2924-24TG is designed to integrate with Datacenter, Blade servers, Carrier Ethernet and Metro Ethernet devices, HPC clusters, enterprise storage systems, IT Security Appliances and Central Office applications. The system is built for optimal flexibility providing up to 24 of 10 Gigabit SFP+ ports for multi-mode or single mode fiber media configuration and 24 ports of 1 Gigabit RJ45. Based on 10 Gigabit Marvell’s Prestera packet processor, the Niagara 2924-24TG possesses a powerful and full-featured software suite that can be managed remotely via the management or console port, enabling full control over line-rate switching, routing and filtering.

The Niagara 2924-24TG series joins the Niagara 29xx product family, which ensures that the optimal combination of port density, configuration and speed flexibility are offered for each unique application without compromising the premium functionality, management interface and Layer 2-4 software platform that is available across the entire product line.

“Interface Masters is pleased to introduce the Datacenter, Service Provider and Enterprise markets to a highly flexible, comprehensive and unique high port density 10 Gigabit Managed Switch enabling connectivity from 1G legacy devices to 10G servers and network,” states Ben Askarinam, founder and CEO of Interface Masters Technologies. “The Niagara 2924-24TG was designed specifically to address the growing market demand for line-rate 10GE performance with a unique hybrid 1U approach offering up to 24 Ports of 10GE SFP+ with 24 extra ports to support existing 1G infrastructure.”

The Niagara 2924-24TG provides features essential to enterprise, datacenter servers and networking appliances including:

  • Advanced Management Capabilities including Syslog, TACACS+, RMON, secure WEB and CLI management, SSH and HTTPS support
  • Basic Layer 2 switching features including transparent and VLAN aware bridging, IGMP, Spanning tree protocol, and link aggregation support
  • Advanced Layer 2 switching features including support for MPLS and advanced VLAN tunneling
  • Quality of Service features including traffic prioritization queuing, policing, shaping, advanced flow, access and priority control, and rate limiting
  • Routing Features including IPv4, NAT, and IPv6 unicast/multicast, virtual-routing and router redundancy
  • 1U rack-mountable chassis with dual Redundant Internal power supplies for maximum reliability

Pricing and Availability

The product is available for evaluation and volume production. For pricing information, please contact the Interface Master’s sales team at sales@interfacemasters.com or follow the link: http://www.interfacemasters.com/products/2924-24TG.html

About Interface Masters Technologies

Interface Masters Technologies is a leading vendor in the high speed Networking and Network Monitoring markets, based in the Silicon Valley. Interface Masters’ expertise lays in 1Gb, 10Gb and 40Gb Ethernet networking solutions that integrate with monitoring and inline networking solutions. Flagship product lines include Specialized NICs, SSL/IPSEC acceleration adapters, 10GE Managed Switches, 10 Gigabit Aggregation TAP, Bypass, PacketMasters/Load balancers and failover systems to support network monitoring, network reliability and inline appliance availability.

For more information, go to www.interfacemasters.com