Compare Avaya VSP 9000 vs. ExtremeSwitching

Avaya VSP 9000 is ranked 11th in LAN Switching while ExtremeSwitching is ranked 14th in LAN Switching. Avaya VSP 9000 is rated 0, while ExtremeSwitching is rated 0. On the other hand, Avaya VSP 9000 is most compared with Cisco Catalyst Switches, Avaya ERS 8800 and Cisco FabricPath, whereas ExtremeSwitching is most compared with Cisco Catalyst Switches, Brocade VDX and Cisco Nexus.
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11th
out of 18 in LAN Switching
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14th
out of 18 in LAN Switching
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188
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135
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Overview

Deploy the Mission-Ready Solution for Your Mission-Critical Network Core

  • Improve the resiliency and stability of your network with this ultra-reliable and high-performance Core Switch platform.
  • Protect your enterprise from network outages when you deploy the Virtual Services Platform 9000, with its hardened architecture and instantaneous recovery.
  • Reliably support your most mission-critical communication environments with a carrier-grade operating system, system-level health checks, and self-healing capabilities, coupled with seamless software patching.
  • Reduce time to service and enhance your service agility by leveraging Avaya Fabric Connect technology. Never reconfigure your network core again. Make moves, adds, and changes in real time. Use a simple end-point provisioning model to make services changes easier than ever before.
ExtremeSwitching is the family of products comprising different switch types: Modular (X8 and 8000 series [formerly BlackDiamond] and S and K series switches); Stackable (X-series and A, B, C, and 7100 series switches); Standalone (SSA, X430, and D, 200, 800, and ISW series); and Mobile Backhaul (E4G). ExtremeSwitching work from Edge Switching that ensures the performance and reliable operation of end-user devices and applications including port density, bandwidth, and network services to Aggregation / Core Switches is designed for the demanding needs of aggregation, top-of-rack and campus core environments, these switches deliver 10Gb, 40Gb and even 100Gb bandwidth with maximum throughput and reliability.
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