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The ExaLINK Hydra the world’s highest density Layer 1 switch. Unlike traditional network switches that operate at the data-link layer (layer 2), the ExaLINK Hydra operates at the physical network layer (layer 1). Connections through the device are made electrically through a matrix switch (see overleaf). This allows the device to tap into connections (for network monitoring), patch connections between ports (for reconfiguration) and fan-out connections from one port to many (for high speed applications), at nearly zero latency (<5ns).

RackSwitch is a 1/10Gb Ethernet switch ideal for next-generation data centers. It delivers unmatched price performance, along with benefits such as server-matched airflow, lower power consumption, low latency, and easy switch management.
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Exablaze ExaLINK Hydra is ranked 11th in Data Center Networking while Rackswitch is ranked 12th in Data Center Networking. Exablaze ExaLINK Hydra is rated 0.0, while Rackswitch is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Exablaze ExaLINK Hydra is most compared with , whereas Rackswitch is most compared with .

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