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Tech Support Staff at a tech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Jul 01 2012

What is most valuable?

Rackswitch consumes less power, eliminates delays, has a low latency, has airflow like the one found in servers for cooling purposes at a low cost and are redundant, is flexible, is reliable, and has a high level of performance. They are also scalable and of very high performance caliber with some already made virtualized.Rackswitch is easy to acquire, deploy and manage. It has an OpenFlow feature… more »

What needs improvement?

Rackswitches are very complex and you must be skilled to configure and use them. IBM’s Rackswitch is specifically designed for data center networking to connect storage, servers and networks thus limiting its use.

What other advice do I have?

Rackswitches can either be rack-level or top of rack that are unified and very affordable. They are not only designed for intelligence and speed but also to bring users, innovators, and businesses closer. Virtual fabric is incorporated into the Rackswitch to reduce complexity and costs in the non-virtualized and virtualized environments.

What is Rackswitch?

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.
Rackswitch customers
Altus IT, SL-Rasch, COMAS, Balluff GmbH, CANCOM IT Solutions, Kings College London
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