A Powerful Top-of-Rack Switch (10GBASE-T) for Datacenter and Cloud Computing
Datacenter networks are facing a major paradigm shift toward the disaggregation of software and hardware. This move, combined with the benefits of software-defined networking (SDN) allows network administrators respond quickly to changing business requirements at a lower capital cost as well as reducing the network operations complexity.
QuantaMesh BMS products offer higher performance, increased availability, low latency and better serviceability. QuantaMesh T3040-LY3 supports 40 100/1000/10GBase-T ports and 8 SFP+ (1/10GbE speed) ports in a compact 1U size. By leveraging merchant silicon chips, T3040-LY3 is a high performance high density Ethernet switch with an affordable price for the deployment of data center infrastructure. With ONIE (Open Network Installation Environment) pre-loaded on QuantaMesh BMS switches, it provides the flexibility and allows choice of network operating system supported by ONIE installer. This provides agile installation process and faster response for the changing business demand.
40 100/1000/10GBT and 8 1/10GbE SFP+ ports
Out-of-band management port (RJ-45, 10/100/1000Base-T)
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|Redundant power supply||
90% maximum relative humidity
376 watts (L2 64B line rate; tested with optics and Cat 6A, 100% fan duty)
UL, cUL, CB, BSMI, CCC
CE, FCC, VCCI, BSMI, CCC
Reduction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) 6
|Supported Optics and Cables|
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1000BASE-T: Cat 5e and Cat 6A (100m/330 ft)
10GBASE-T: Cat 6A (100m/330 ft)
DAC cable (QSFP+): 1m, 3m, and 5m
DAC cable (QSFP+, fan-out): 1m, 3m, and 5m
BMS T3040-LY3 (1LY3BZZ0ST6) (F-2-B, AC)
BMS T3040-LY3 (1LY3BZZ0ST7) (B-2-F, AC)
PSU - Blue (1HY9ZZZ015H) (F-2-B, AC, 750W)
PSU - Green (1HY9ZZZ015I) (B-2-F, AC, 750W)
Installation / Setup Tips (3)
- 1. [Switch] Can Cumulus Linux runs on QuantaMesh Bare Metal Switch?
- 2. [Switch] Can I change the Network Operating System (NOS) on the QuantaMesh Bare Metal Switch?
- 3. [Switch] Why did the ports suddenly go down on QuantaMesh Bare Metal Switch with evaluation license of QuantaMesh Network OS ?