Lanner Introduces HLM-1004, a 10GbE Switch Blade Empowered by Broadcom StrataXGS Trident-II to Expand Selections

Lanner, the global leader in the design and manufacturing of network appliances, today announced the launch of the latest 10GbE Switch blade HLM-1004, empowered by Broadcom StrataXGS Trident-II and 16x 10GbE SFP+ cages and 4x 10GbE RJ45 ports. As an advancement model of HLM-1000, HLM-1004, is designed to run in compatibility with our HybridTCA-6000 series to expand network connectivity for high-density 10GbE top-of-rack (ToR) blade and hyper-converged infrastructure in data center cloud.

HLM-1004 leverages the technological benefits from Broadcom StrataXGS Trident-II, including hardware optimizations and Broadcom technologies such as SmartSwitch and intelligent offloads for cloud and network virtualization deployment. HLM-1004 provides the rich networking I/O with 16x 10GbE SFP+ cages and 4x 10GbE RJ45 ports, and therefore meeting the needs of next-generation agile data center by delivering high throughput, agility, flexibility and performance for both computing and network virtualization.

Major features of HLM-1004 are summarized as below:

  • Broadcom StrataXGS Trident-II BCM56854 x1, Broadcom 10GbE PHY BCM84888
  • 16x 10GbE SFP+ cages and 4x 10GbE RJ45 ports
  • Compatible with HTCA-6000 Series

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Lanner Introduces HLM-1004, a 10GbE Switch Blade Empowered by Broadcom StrataXGS Trident-II to Expand Selections was last modified: December 2nd, 2019 by Jorge Peregrina