Simena Packet Flow Switch Boasts Industry's Lowest Latency

Simena announced a new version of Packet Flow Switch, PFS1524, boasting the industry's lowest fixed latency.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Jan 25, 2010
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The PFS1524 can be used to aggregate 10GE monitoring traffic with innovative features such as clustering, packet slicing, and port tagging. According to Earth Times, Production systems can be directly connected to PFS1524, providing connectivity as well as the ability to duplicate and aggregate packets from these systems.


"Simena, the innovative leader in network monitoring and testing solutions, announced a new version of Packet Flow Switch, PFS1524, a highly sophisticated network monitoring and aggregation switch. PFS1524 has the industry's lowest fixed latency due to its cut-thru switching fabric and wire speed performance among all 24 10GE ports. PFS1524 can be used to aggregate 10GE monitoring traffic with innovative features such as clustering, packet slicing, and port tagging.

"With its compact 1U chassis, PFS1524 provides 24 SFP/SFP+ cages that supports all standard types of Ethernet SFP+ and SFP modules. All 24 ports can be used for any function or connectivity in any combination."

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