ExtremeSwitching is #3 ranked solution in top AV Over IP Switching tools
, #5 ranked solution in top Data Center Networking tools
, and #7 ranked solution in top LAN Switching tools
. PeerSpot users give ExtremeSwitching an average rating of 8 out of 10.
ExtremeSwitching is most commonly compared to Cisco Catalyst Switches: ExtremeSwitching vs Cisco Catalyst Switches
. The top industry researching this solution are professionals from a
comms service provider, accounting for 29% of all views.
What is ExtremeSwitching?
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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