Sorrento Networks’ High Performance 100G Aggregation Switch
- Sorrento Networks’ high performance 10Gb/s – 100Gb/s Layer 2 traffic aggregation and management switch for use in carrier-class fibre networks
48 x 10Gb/s fibre ports, 2 x 40Gb fibre ports and 4 x 100Gb fibre ports
- Designed for use in the next generation of carrier and ISP metro networks, data centre and enterprise networkings
- Class-leading ultra fast fibre networking density with low latency L2/L3 switch in a compact 1RU shelf
- Suitable for use either on direct fibre or with Sorrento Networks’ Ethernet-on-DWDM and DWDM-on-PON network service architectures
The GigaMux 6200 is our high performance carrier-class Layer 2 Ethernet traffic aggregation and management switch designed for next generation of Carrier and ISP Metro networks, Data Centre and Enterprise networking requirements. It has comprehensive protocol support and has applications to facilitate the rapid service deployment and management for Enterprise and Carrier L2/L3 networks.
With its built-in fibre capabilities, it is an ideal way to aggregate incoming Ethernet leased line traffic flowing from FTTP customers within a metro network using either multiple fibres or Sorrento Networks’ DWDM multi-service virtual fibre access networks.
Typical GigaMux 6000 based DC Grade Ethernet Virtual Fibre Delivery
Typical GigaMux 6000 based DC Grade Ethernet on WDM Aggregating backhaul ring
Why Choose Sorrento Networks?
We've been transforming connectivity for 25 years for various applications in both large organisations and SMEs in many industries across Europe and the United States.
We've worked with some of the largest players in the industry and understand the importance of a sustainable and reliable network.
On every step of your fibre journey, we're with you even after your network has been designed and built.
“This empowers VTG to offer 99.9999% availability so not only are they offering customers the bandwidth they require but also the maximum uptime with minimal latency.”
Case Study: VTG Chooses Sorrento to Build Secure Ultra-Low Latency Network