The First Forty Gigabit Port Terabit Box Switch By Hitachi Cable

Hitachi CableDevelopment of the first forty gigabit port equipments in the world, the terabit box switch Apresia 15000-64XL-PSR and the Apresia 15000-32XL-PSR of the APRESIA series of Ethernet switches, were announced today by Hitachi Cable. Sales of these new switches will start next year, at the end of February, 2011.

The original brand of the APRESIA series of Ethernet Switches was developed by Hitachi Cable in 2003. APRESIA is highly regarded for the high reliability and flexible feature development that it provides, while meeting the demands of the customers.  High satisfaction has also received the Apresia 13000 series.

The demands for wider broadband networks are increasing over the year, especially where traffic gets congested. The IEEE 802 Committee has promoted the next generation standard – 40G/100G technology, after which the need for more cost-effective network equipment rises.

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