Network Solutions
Layer 2 & 3 Ethernet Switches
Open Networking Solutions
SDN Capable Switches
SSE-G3648B
SSE-G3648BR
• Bare Metal - 48 One-GbE RJ45 Ports
• 4 Ten-GbE SFP+ Ports
SSE-X3348T/TR
Layer 2/3 48 Ten-GbE ports
- 10GBASE-T
4 Forty-Gigabit Ethernet
ports – QSFP+
2 One-Gigabit Ethernet
ports - RJ45
SSE-C3632S
SSE-C3632SR
SSE-X3648S
SSE-X3648SR
SSE-X3348S/SR
Layer 2/3 48 Ten-GbE
ports – SFP+
4 Forty-Gigabit Ethernet
ports – QSFP+
2 One-Gigabit Ethernet
ports - RJ45
• Bare Metal - 48 Ten-GbE SFP+ Ports
•6 Forty-GbE QSFP+ Ports
SSE-X24S/SR
Layer 2/3; 24 Ten-GbE
Ports
1 One-GbE port
SSE-G24-TG4
Layer 2/3; 24 One-GbE
Ports;
4 Ten-GbE Ports
• Bare Metal - 32 Forty-GbE/
SSE-G48-TG4
Layer 2/3; 48 One-GbE
Ports;
4 Ten-GbE Ports
One-Hundred-GbE QSFP28+ Ports
SSE-G2252P
Layer 2; 52 One-GbE
ports;
48 with Power-overEthernet
SSE-G2252
Layer 2; 52 One-GbE
ports
Enterprise-Class Performance with Advanced Switching Capabilities for
1GbE, 1/10GbE, 10GbE, 10/40GbE and 25/40/100GbE Networking
• Standards-based Ethernet with a Full Set of Popular Options
• 1:1 Non-blocking Connectivity
• Data Center Friendly Hardware Configurations (some models)
- Dual Redundant Power Supplies
- Regular and Reverse Airflow Options
• Management Ease - CLI - Web-based GUI
• 1U Form Factor for Flexible Installation
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Layer 2 Ethernet Switches
Layer 2
Layer 2
SSE-G2252
(52 ports)
SSE-G2252P
(52 ports; 48 with
Power-over-Ethernet)
Rear View
Model
Supermicro extends its "We Keep
IT Green®" initiative with a pair
of powerful 52-port 1-Gigabitper-second Energy-EfficientEthernet switches. The SSE-G2252
and its companion SSE-G2252P
each provide 48 ports of 1-Gbps
Ethernet connectivity with
RJ45 connections as well as an
additional four 1Gbps ports with
SFP connectors. The SSE-G2252P
model also offers support of
IEEE-802.3at-compliant Powerover-Ethernet (PoE) devices with
what is perhaps the most flexible
power budget allocation in the
industry. Up to 30 Watts can be
supplied on any RJ45 port (subject
to a maximum PoE budget of 400
Watts), thus making the SSEG2252P capable of supporting the
broadest range of commercial PoE
devices . Both support the latest
Energy Efficient Ethernet standard
(IEEE 802.3az).
These Layer 2 switches offer
extremely cost-effective
networking in SMB or data center
environments. They provide a
choice of management interfaces
using either a Web-based GUI or
an industry compatible commandline-interface. The PoE model
makes possible rapid installation
of PoE-based wireless access
points for conferences and shows,
support for VoIP phones, as well
as PoE surveillance cameras and
a myriad of new PoE devices
becoming available on the market.
The SSE-G2252 and SSE-G2252P
also offer a full range of popular
Ethernet features like Jumbo
Frames, Link Aggregation, VLANs,
and Quality of Service. All of this is
done in a compact 1U form factor
for maximum flexibility in rackmount installation.
•48 RJ45 10/100/1000 Mbps Ports
•4 One-Gigabit Ports
General •Non-Blocking
Specifications •Standard L2 Features
•IPv4 and IPv6
•R J45 Console Port: Web Management GUI, CLI
Switching Capacity
Energy Efficient
Ethernet
Stacking
Performance
Power Consumption
Weight
Dimensions
(WxDxH)
Availability
VLAN
Quality of
Service and DiffServ
Security
Features
Management
Switch
Features
•48 RJ45 10/100/1000 Mbps Ports
•4 One-Gigabit Ports
•Non-Blocking
•Standard L2 Features
•IPv4 and IPv6
•R J45 Console Port: Web Management, CLI
•Power-over-Ethernet (802.3at)
- Up to 30W per port
- Up to 400W total PoE budget
•104 Gb/s
•104 Gb/s
•802.3az
•802.3az
-
-
•65W
•500W
•6.8 lbs / 3.1kg
•11.7 lbs / 5.3kg
•4 40 x 279 x 43mm (17.3” x 11” x 1.7”)
•4 40 x 379 x 43mm (17.3” x 14.9” x 1.7”)
•Spanning Tree (802.1D)
•Rapid Spanning Tree (802.1w)
•Multiple Spanning Trees (802.1s)
•4K VLANs
•Voice VLAN support
•802.1Q tagging, port and protocol based
•Dynamic VLAN Support (GVRP)
•IPv4/v6 DiffServ
•Per port bandwidth management
•L2/L3/L4Traffic Classification/Priority
Management
- Resolution 64KB
•Packet prioritization based on ingress/
egress ports using pre-defined value
•Ingress/Egress metering at 64KB
increments
- Ingress/egress policer
- Ingress and egress co-work
•Deficit WRR and Strict Priority Scheduling
•Traffic shaping
•802.3x Port-Based Authentication
•Switch access password protection
•Layer 2, 3, 4 Access Control List (512 rules)
•RADIUS and TACACS+ Authentication
•SSH/SSL Encryption
•Web-based management interface –
•Industry standard CLI with telnet, SSH,
•Link Aggregation
•Storm protection
HTTP/HTTPS
- Telnet (4 sessions)
- SNMP
- 802.3ad with LACP
- Up to 12 aggregation groups
- up to 8 ports per group
•Double tagging:
- 802.1 Q-in-Q
- 802.1ad provider bridge
- Unqualified learning and forwarding
- IP based (all ports)
- Port based (all ports)
- Port based shaping QoS aware
•4 priority queues per port
or local management port
- Scripting capability
- Command completion
- Context-sensitive “Help”
- Broadcast
- Multicast
•IGMP:
- IGMP snooping v1/v2/v3
•16K MAC address entries
Routing Features
•Compliant with IEEE 802.3af-2003 & IEEE 802.3at-2009
•Power start/stop (remote sense)
•Power feeding over 1/2 and 3/6 data twisted pair of
Cat. 5 UTP/STP cable
•Independent overload and short-circuit protection
PoE Features
for each port
•LED indicators for power status per port
•Per port configuration
•IEEE 802.3af/IEEE 802.3at MIB for Power over Ethernet
function
Multicast
Operating
Temperature
2
•IGMP Snooping v1, v2, v3
• 0 ~ 50°C
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Layer 2/3 Ethernet Aggregation Switches
Layer 2/3
Layer 2/3
SSE-G24-TG4
SSE-G48-TG4
•24 One-Gigabit Ethernet ports
•48 One-Gigabit Ethernet ports
- 24 RJ45 Copper ports
- Four fiber SFP combo ports
•Up to four 10-Gigabit Ethernet uplinks
•Up to two stacking ports
•Out-of-band RS-232 Management port
- 48 RJ45 Copper ports
- Four fiber SFP combo ports
•Up to four 10-Gigabit Ethernet uplinks
•Up to two stacking ports
•Out-of-band RS-232 Management port
•136 Gbps
•184 Gbps
-
-
•Up to 48 Gbps
•Up to 48 Gbps
•105W
•12.6 lbs / 5.70 kg (w/ modules)
•12.2 lbs /5.54 kg (w/o modules)
•440 x 387 x 43mm (17.3” x 15.2” x 1.7”)
•145W
•13.7 lbs / 6.20 kg (w/ modules)
•13.4 lbs / 6.06 kg (w/o modules)
•4 40 x 387 x 43mm (17.3” x 15.2” x 1.7”)
•Spanning Tree (802.1D)
•Rapid Spanning Tree (802.1w)
•Multiple Spanning Trees (802.1s)
•Virtual Redundant Routing Protocol (VRRP)
•802.1Q tagging, port and protocol based
•Dynamic VLAN Support (GVRP)
•1K static VLANs
•8 priority queues per port
•Adjusted WRR and Strict Priority
•Metering / Rate limiting
•Layer 2, 3, 4 Prioritization
•802.3x Port Based Authentication
•Switch access password protection
•Layer 2, 3, 4 Access Control Lists (256 rules)
•RADIUS and TACACS+ Authentication
•SSH, SSL Encryption
•Web-based management interface –
•Industry standard CLI with telnet, SSH, or local
Scheduling
•Marking
HTTP/HTTPS
- Telnet (7 sessions)
- SNMP
•Link Aggregation
management port
- Scripting capability
- Command completion
- Context-sensitive “Help”
•Link Layer Discovery Protocol (802.1AB)
•Jumbo Frames up to 9KB
•Port Mirroring – N to 1. Tx & Rx Configurable
- 802.3ad with LACP
- Up to 24 aggregation groups
- Up to 8 ports per group
•Static Routing, RIP v1/v2, RIPng, OSPF v1/
v2/v3 and BGP
•IPv4 and IPv6 Routing
•VRRP (Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol)
•DVMRP (Distance Vector Multicast Routing
Protocol
The Supermicro 1/10-Gigabit Layer 3 Ethernet
Switches offer aggregation of 24 or 48 ports
of 10/100/1000 BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet
onto up to four 10-Gigabit Ethernet uplinks.
Options for the physical 10G connections
are XFP, SFP+(direct-attach copper or fiber),
or CX4 (used primarily for stacking). This
allows connectivity to 10GE routers, servers,
backbones, and data centers.
The 1U form factor gives users the ability
to optimize deployment in wiring closet or
top-of-rack environments. A comprehensive
routing and protocol software suite ensures
optimal performance in even the most
demanding enterprise-class networking
environments. It is ideal for organizations
with growing and consolidated data centers.
Supermicro Blade server customers will
further appreciate the common set of features
and a management interface that matches
those of the Supermicro 1/10G Layer 3
Ethernet Switch for the Blade.
Options (order at least one, maximum two with
each SSE-G24-TG4 or SSE-G48-TG4)
AOM-SSE-X2C
AOM-SSE-X2F
AOM-SSE-X2S
Two-port CX4
connector module
for copper connections
Two-port XFP
connector module
for fiber connections
Two-port SFP+
connector module for
copper or fiber connections
Cabling Options:
Optional Rail Kit
CX4 Cables - For Stacking or 10GE
Interconnect
- CBL-0474L - One Meter Length
- CBL-0389L-01 - Three Meter Length
For Secure Rack-Mount of 10G
Switches (SSE-X24S/SR,
SSE-X3348S/SR, and
SSE-X3348T/TR):
SFP+ Direct Attach Cables
• CBL-0347L - One-Meter length
• CBL-0348L - Three-Meter length
• CBL-0349L - Five-Meter length
• CSE-PT52L
SFP+ Transceiver for use with fiber cable
connections
• AOC-E10GSFPSR - SFP+ Transceiver; or
• AOC-TSR-FS
- SFP+ Transceiver
•IGMP Snooping v1, v2, v3
•IGMP v1, v2, v3
•PIM SM, PIM DM
•PIM SMv6
• 0 ~ 40°C
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10G Ethernet Switch
Layer 2/3
Rear View
SSE-X24S
SSE-X24SR
Model
General Specifications
The Supermicro 10-Gigabit Ethernet
switch models provide top-of-rack
interconnection for high-speed
server and storage systems as
well as access to corporate or data
center backbone networks. They
offer high-speed connectivity
between high-capacity servers and
backbone networks. Data center
friendly features like dual redundant
hot-swappable power supplies and
reverse airflow cooling options
make these a switches a favorite
for Data Center, High Performance
Computing, and Enterprise
applications. The latest series of
10/40 Gigabit Ethernet switches take
data center networking to a new
level of performance.
Switching Capacity
Energy Efficient Ethernet
Power Consumption
Weight
Dimensions (WxDxH)
Availability
VLAN
Quality of
Service and DiffServ
Security
Features
Management
Switch
Features
Routing Features
Multicast
Operating Temperature
4
•24 Ten-Gigabit Ethernet ports
- SFP+ Connectors
•1 One-Gigabit Ethernet port
- RJ45 Connector
•Out-of-band RS-232 Management port
•480 Gb/s
•176W (Redundant Power Supplies)
•Reverse airflow model available
•16.7 lbs / 7.58 kg
•4 40 x 387 x 43mm (17.3” x 15.2” x 1.7”)
•Spanning Tree (802.1D)
•Rapid Spanning Tree (802.1w)
•Multiple Spanning Trees (802.1s)
•Virtual Redundant Routing Protocol (VRRP)
•802.1Q tagging, port and protocol
•4K Static VLANs
•8 priority queues per port
•Adjusted WRR and Strict Priority
•Marking
•Metering / Rate limiting
•802.3x Port Based Authentication
•Switch access password protection
•Layer 2, 3, 4 Access Control Lists (256
•RADIUS and TACACS+ Authentication
•SSH, SSL Encryption
•Web-based management interface –
•Industry standard CLI with telnet, SSH, or
•Link Aggregation
•Link Layer Discovery Protocol (802.1AB)
•Jumbo Frames up to 9KB
•Port Mirroring – N to 1. Tx & Rx Configurable
•DCBx
•Static Routing, RIP v1/v2, RIPng, OSPF
•VRRP (Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol)
•DVMRP (Distance Vector Multicast Routing
based
•Dynamic VLAN Support (GVRP)
Scheduling
•Layer 2, 3, 4 Prioritization
rules)
HTTP/HTTPS
- Telnet (7 sessions)
- SNMP
- 802.3ad with LACP
- Up to 24 aggregation groups
- Up to 8 ports per group
•MLAG
v1/v2/v3 and BGP
•IPv4 and IPv6 Routing
•IGMP Snooping v1, v2, v3
•IGMP v1, v2, v3
local management port
- Scripting capability
- Command completion
- Context-sensitive “Help”
Protocol
•PIM SM, PIM DM
•PIM SMv6
•0 ~ 40°C
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10G/40G Ethernet Switches
Layer 2/3
Layer 2/3
SSE-X3348S
SSE-X3348SR
SSE-X3348T
SSE-X3348TR
•48 Ten-Gigabit Ethernet ports
- SFP+ Connectors
•4 Forty-Gigabit Ethernet ports
- QSFP Connectors
•2 One-Gigabit Ethernet ports
- RJ45 Connectors
•Out-of-band RS-232 Management port
•48 Ten-Gigabit Ethernet ports
- 10GBASE-T RJ45 connectors
•4 Forty-Gigabit Ethernet ports
- QSFP Connectors
•2 One-Gigabit Ethernet ports
- RJ45 Connectors
•Out-of-band RS-232 Management port
•1284 Gb/s
•1284 Gb/s
-
•IEEE 802.3az
•326W (Redundant Power Supplies)
•Reverse airflow model available
•357W (Redundant Power Supplies)
•Reverse airflow model available
•18.1 lbs / 8.2 kg
•18.1 lbs / 8.2 kg
•438 x 473 x 43mm (17.3” x 18.6” x 1.7”)
•438 x 473 x 43mm (17.3” x 18.6” x 1.7”)
•Spanning Tree (802.1D)
•Rapid Spanning Tree (802.1w)
•Multiple Spanning Trees (802.1s)
•Virtual Redundant Routing Protocol (VRRP)
•802.1Q tagging, port and protocol based
•Dynamic VLAN Support (GVRP)
•4K Static VLANs
•8 priority queues per port
•Adjusted WRR and Strict Priority Scheduling
•Layer 2, 3, 4 Prioritization
•Marking
•Metering / Rate limiting
•802.3x Port Based Authentication
•Switch access password protection
•Layer 2, 3, 4 Access Control Lists (256 rules)
•RADIUS and TACACS+ Authentication
•SSH, SSL Encryption
•Web-based management interface – HTTP/HTTPS
•Industry standard CLI with telnet, SSH, or local management port
•Link Aggregation
•Link Layer Discovery Protocol (802.1AB)
•Jumbo Frames up to 9KB
•Port Mirroring – N to 1. Tx & Rx Configurable
•Static Routing, RIP v1/v2, RIPng, OSPF v1/v2/v3 and BGP
•IPv4 and IPv6 Routing
•VRRP (Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol)
•DVMRP (Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol
•IGMP Snooping v1, v2, v3
•IGMP v1, v2, v3
•PIM SM, PIM DM
•PIM SMv6
- Telnet (7 sessions)
- SNMP
- 802.3ad with LACP
- Up to 24 aggregation groups
- Up to 8 ports per group
•MLAG
- Scripting capability
- Command completion
- Context-sensitive “Help”
•0 ~ 47°C
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Open Networking Ethernet Switches
New! Layer 2/3
New! Layer 2/3
New! Layer 2/3
SSE-G3648B
SSE-G3648BR
SSE-X3648S
SSE-X3648SR
SSE-C3632S
SSE-C3632SR
•48 x One-Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 ports
•4 x Ten-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ ports
•RJ45 Ethernet management port
•RJ45 (for console cable)
•48x Ten-Gigabit Ethernet ports – SFP+
•6x Forty-Gigabit Ethernet ports – QSFP+
•R J45 (for console cable)
•R J45 1G Ethernet Management Port
•USB
•32 x Forty-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP28 ports
•32 x One-Hundred-Gigabit Ethernet
QSFP28 ports
•1 x Ten-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ ports
•R J45 Gigabit Ethernet management port
•R J45 serial console
•Type A USB 2.0 port
•Switching Capacity – 176 Gbps
•Broadcom Helix4 Switch Chip
•Wire-speed Layer 3 Routing
•1:1 Non-blocking connectivity
•Switching Capacity - 1440 Gbps
•Broadcom Trident II Switch Chip
•Wire-speed Layer 3 Routing
•1:1 Non-blocking connectivity
•Full Duplex 3.2Tbps Switching Capacity
•Broadcom Tomahawk Switch Chip
•Wire-speed Layer 3 Routing
•1:1 Non-blocking connectivity
•Intel Rangeley CPU
•2Gbyte DRAM
•8Gbyte SSD
•ONIE
•Cumulus Linux Ready
•Intel Rangeley CPU
•4G DRAM
•16G SSD
•ONIE
•Cumulus Linux Ready
•Intel Rangeley CPU
•4G DRAM
•16G SSD
•ONIE
•Cumulus Linux Ready
•Hot-pluggable 200W power supply
•Optional second redundant power
supply1
•AC Input: 100-127/200-240 V, 50/60 Hz
•Power Consumption: < 85.2 Watts
•Redundant, hot-pluggable, 460W power
supplies
•AC Input: 100-127/200-240 V, 50/60 Hz
•Power Consumption: 305 Watts
•Redundant, hot-pluggable,
•800W power supplies
•AC Input: 100-127/200-240 V, 50/60 Hz
•Power Consumption: 650 Watts
•Weight: Net weight: 8.18kg (with 2 PSUs)
•Regular and Reverse Airflow Models
•Size (W x D x H): 434 x 320 x 44 mm (17.1
x 11.2 x 1.73 in.)
•Temperature: Operating 0°C to 45 °C
(32°F to 113°F)
•Humidity -Operating: 5% to 95% (noncondensing)
•Weight: Net weight: 10.13kg (22.29 lb
with 2 PSUs)
•Regular and Reverse Airflow Models
•Size (W x D x H): 434 x 550 x 44 mm (17.1
x 21.6 x 1.73 inches)
•Temperature: Operating 0°C to 40 °C
(32°F to 104°F)
•Humidity - Operating: 5% to 95% (noncondensing)
•Weight: Net weight: 10.18kg (22.29 lb
with 2 PSUs)
•Regular and Reverse Airflow Models
•Size (W x D x H): 434x 520 x 44 mm (17.1 x
20.47 x 1.73 inches)
•Temperature: Operating 0°C to 40 °C
(32°F to 104°F)
•Humidity - Operating: 5% to 95% (noncondensing)
•Bare metal - ONIE Installed
•1U form factor for flexible installation
•Mounting Flanges (included)
•Bare metal - ONIE Installed
•1U form factor for flexible installation
•Mounting Rails (included)
•Bare metal - ONIE Installed
•1U form factor for flexible installation
•Mounting Rails (included)
Rear View
Model
Port
Specifications
Data Forwarding
Control Plane
Power
Physical/
Environmental
General
1
6
Optional Power Supply
PWS-FRU-G3648-1F
•Second (for redundancy) power supply for SSE-G3648B Ethernet Switch. Forward Airflow
PWS-FRU-G3648-1R
•Second (for redundancy) power supply for SSE-G3648BR Ethernet Switch. Reverse Airflow
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Open Networking Ethernet Switches
Supermicro Bare Metal Ethernet Switches for Open Networking/SDN
Supermicro embraces the Open Networking arena with its line of “bare metal” Ethernet switches:
•Offering forty-eight 1Gbps RJ45 Ethernet ports and four 10Gbps SFP+ uplinks, the SSE-G3648B switch allows connectivity at 1Gbps to servers while
aggregating traffic for high speed connection to high-bandwidth servers, to routers, and/or to other backbone network switches.
•For higher performance the SSE-X3648S extends the product line - providing forty-eight 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports, thus allowing connectivity to
10GEservers, routers, and backbones. It also offers six ports operating at 40Gbps for access to high-speed backbone networks or storage servers.
•At the top of the Supermicro bare metal switch line is the powerful SSE-C3632S. With thirty-two Ethernet ports that can be configured at either
40Gbps or 100Gbps, this switch enables a robust layer-3 IP fabric for flexible layer-2 overlay in an optimized Ethernet architecture. For modern
scale-out, leaf-and-spine data center network deployments, it is well-suited to provide the high-speed spine layer, giving scalable bi-sectional
fabric bandwidth for leaf layer switches like the SSE-X3648S or even the SSE-G3648B. The ability to configure the physical Ethernet QSFP28 as either
40Gbps or 100Gbps port, gives optimum flexibility in high-speed physical connectivity between the spine and leaf layers in the data center Ethernet
fabric.
Adoption Expands to the Mainstream
Two important trends are reshaping the networking industry today: software defined networking (SDN) and software defined data center (SDDC).
There is a wide range of approaches to SDN, but all approaches involve separating the control of how network resources are used (the “control plane”)
from the management of the physical hardware devices within the underlay network (the “data plane”).
These trends are forcing major changes in the IT industry – changes that improve data center networking and allow organizations of all sizes to
leverage efficient technology that was developed by the world’s largest cloud operators. The resulting data center networks scale more easily,
enable faster innovation, and cost significantly less to build and operate. Adoption is expanding to the mainstream market with solutions available
worldwide from IT solution providers and integrators as well as from bare metal switch vendors like Supermicro.
“Open networking” refers to the disaggregation of switching hardware and software. It consists of (1) bare metal switches (or white boxes or “brite
boxes”), (2) a true Linux operating system, and (3) use of standard tools for automation and other functions. The use of a true Linux operating system
enables the same deployment model used with servers: open choices for customers, lower total cost of ownership, and the ability to rapidly innovate
via customized, open source and/or commercial tools and applications. Indeed, the very same automation tools used for servers may now be used for
the network as well. Open networking enables platform choice and affordable capacity.
Open networking allows data center switches to be managed in the same manner as servers. Network administrators who adopt open networking
leverage familiar switching and routing features provided by the Linux OS. Server administrators use their existing Linux tools as they deploy open
networking to support VMware vSphere, OpenStack, big data, and other application environments. DevOps teams benefit from the ability to
innovate at a faster pace.
The Supermicro Open Networking Advantage
Enter the SSE-G3648B/SSE-G3648BR, SSE-X3648S/SSE-X3648SR, and SSE-C3632S/SSE-C3632SR switches. They are ideal for deployment in Data
Center, Cloud and Enterprise environments with the capability of handling access for the most demanding applications. All are available as a
reverse-airflow model for use in large data centers with alternating hot and cold equipment aisles. And all are equipped with a second, redundant
power supply (optional on SSE-G3648B/SSE-G3648BR). Pre-loaded with the Open Network Install Environment (ONIE), all three are ready for
your networking operating system of choice. Supermicro recommends the use of Cumulus Linux – these switches are all listed on the Hardware
Compatibility List (HCL) of Cumulus Networks. Cumulus Linux is an OS for open networking incorporating a true Linux distribution with extensive
networking features plus hardware acceleration of routing and switching functions. By using many of the same tools employed for servers, Cumulus
Linux enables affordable scalability with clear CapEx savings and even greater OpEx savings; it unleashes rapid innovation via custom, open source
or commercial Linux tools and applications. The embedded X86 Linux-based controller is particularly well suited for running the provisioning tools
which are typically used for servers. Contact Cumulus Networks (www.cumulusnetworks.com) for more details and ordering information.
With these bare metal switches Supermicro customers have the opportunity to choose the hardware/software combination that best suits their own
networking environment. And with Supermicro product reliability and support customers can rest assured that their investment is truly protected.
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Supermicro Ethernet Switches – Ideal for Data Center, HPC, and Enterprise Networks
In today’s computing environments, applications require access to more and more data – and they need it quickly. Supermicro
paves the way for this data superhighway with its range of powerful and cost-effective Ethernet switching products.
Layer 2 switches can be used in stand-alone environments for 1G interconnect – including consolidation of server IPMI
management connections. A PoE model gives robust support for IP Phones, security systems, portable wireless access points,
and other systems requiring this capability. For servers with lower-speed Ethernet connectivity the aggregation switches with
up to four 10-Gigabit uplinks give a cost-effective access ramp onto the 10-Gigabit Ethernet superhighway; 10-Gigabit Ethernet
routers, servers, backbones and data centers can all benefit from these cost-effective solutions. Bare metal switch products
offer best-of-breed selection options for leaf and spine fabric architectures with connectivity options up to 100Gbps. These
switches are ideal for organizations with growing and consolidated data centers.
CX4 Cables - For Stacking or 10GE
Interconnect - SSE-G24-TG4 and SSE-G48-TG4
Part Number
Part Description
CBL-0347L
1M 10GbE SFP+ TO SFP+, Twinax copper cable
CBL-0456L
2M 10GbE SFP+ TO SFP+, Twinax copper cable
Part Number
Part Description
CBL-0348L
3M 10GbE SFP+ TO SFP+, Twinax copper cable
CBL-0474L
1M
CBL-0349L
5M 10GbE SFP+ TO SFP+, Twinax copper cable
CBL-0389L-01
3M
CBL-0417L
1M QSFP+ to QSFP+
CBL-0325L
2M QSFP+ to QSFP+
CBL-0419L
2.5M QSFP+ to QSFP+
CBL-0446L
3M QSFP+ to QSFP+
CBL-0422L
5M QSFP+ to QSFP+
For more details and an up-to-date list of available cables, visit:
https://www.supermicro.com/support/resources/AOC/
Networking_Cables_Transceivers_Compatibility.cfm
Optional Rail Kit
For Secure Rack-Mount of 10G Switches
(SSE-X24S/SR, SSE-X3348S/SR, and SSE-X3348T/TR):
• CSE-PT52L
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MKT-0005-04/2016 Rev 4.0
SFP+ and QSFP+ Direct Attach Cables
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