SFM6102 6U OpenVPX Network Switch Board

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Multifunction Switching and System Management

A single EnsembleSeries™ SFM6102 networking module provides full connectivity for up to 18 payload modules in an OpenVPX chassis, with two interfaces providing inter-switch connectivity. Ethernet switching for both data plane and control planes allows system designers to avoid the need for an external control plane switch and cabling in their configurations.

System management capabilities include querying sensor values across the system, reset and powering up/down modules, setting sensor thresholds, and managing firmware updates. Remote network access to the management subsystem is provided via a front-panel (air-cooled only) or backplane 10/100BASE-T port.

The SFM6102 is fully managed, supporting the wide spectrum of Layer-2 switching protocols and functions.

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By combining our OpenVPX multiprocessing and SBC modules with a complementary portfolio of storage, I/O, networking, GPUs, and software, we create customizable, rugged embedded subsystems that securely operate at the tactical edge.

FEATURES and RESOURCES
  • High-bandwidth standard 10GbE data plane switching with front-panel access
  • Up to 20x GbE to control plane; up to 4x front panel GbE ports
  • Intelligent OpenVPX system management capabilities from a single point
  • Air and conduction cooled 
  • VPX-REDI and VITA 46/48 
  • OpenVPX Slot Profiles
    • Default: SLT6-SWH-16U-20F-10.4.1
    • Option: SLT6-SWH-20U-19F-10.4.2
  • OpenVPX Module Profiles
    • Default: MOD6-SWH-16U-20F-12.4.2-4/-5
    • Option: MOD6-SWH-20U-19F-12.4.1-4/-5
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