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For the most updated information, read our overview of the Dell C data center-class switch. The Dell Ei is a large-scale switch targeting extreme high-end users; the Ei is a more medium-scale switch targeting general enterprise users.
The switches, acquired as part of Dell's purchase of Force10 Networks in , come in two configurations: "TeraScale" and "ExaScale," reflecting the devices' maximum switching capacity. Both are Layer 2 and Layer 3 non-blocking -compliant and have additional features like the Dell Force10 Operating System firmware, hot-swappable hardware, OpenFlow compliance and more.
The Dell Ei switch has 14 line card slots. It has a maximum switching capacity of 3. This switch has a maximum switching capacity of 1. Both Ei configurations have a maximum forwarding capacity of 2. The Ei supports nine fabric switch modules, which allows administrators to manage fabric-based networks using Dell's Virtualized Network Fabric Framework technology.
The Ei switch is 24 rack units RU tall. At seven line cards, the Dell Ei switch offers roughly half the capability of the Ei. It has a maximum switching capacity of 1. It has up to Gbps of raw switching capacity. Both versions of the Ei deliver Gbps of usable bandwidth per slot and Gbps of raw bandwidth, as well as 1, Bpps of forwarding capacity. The switch supports up to five fabric switch modules and stands 16 RU tall.
Additional features in the Ei and Ei switches include Dell's Force10 Operating System software, which is a modular Unix-based operating system, and support for hot-swappable hardware. Both switches are OpenFlow-compliant, so they can support a software-defined networking environment.
Dell's Virtualized Network Fabric Framework suite includes VirtualView, a suite of monitoring and provisioning features; VirtualScale, which consolidates physical networks; and Virtual Control, which manages multiple switching and routing domains on one physical platform. Pricing for the switches depends on configuration.
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