Aruba 5400R Series Switches
Aruba switches are easy to set up, use, and manage. Aruba's zero-touch deployment capabilities remove the need for a lot of hassle and difficulty: their switches have sophisticated features that can be automatically configured. For instance, administrators can remotely configure new Aruba switches with a simple command — this reduces the need for technicians to spend time manually configuring switches. These features make Aruba switches ideal for any company looking for reliable automation and security in their network.
The Aruba 5400R zl2 series of switches deliver enterprise-level resiliency with innovative flexibility and scalability for customers building modern, smart workplaces that are optimized for mobile users. The series includes a modular approach, allowing you to start small and grow as your needs change. The integrated wired and wireless options help you create better connectivity and high bandwidth capacity, while the Virtual Switching Framework (VSF) stacking technology allows you to build a network with high resiliency and uptime. The advanced Layer 2 and 3 feature set includes a robust QoS and policy-based routing with no software licensing required.
The 5400R zl2 switches are ideal for high-density, high-performance deployments in intelligent work environments, including distributed enterprise and campus environments, enterprise and service provider networks, and cloud data centers. The 5400 zl2 is designed for the latest applications. It has two terabits of crossbar switching fabric and 2.1 micro-seconds of latency, robust features, and flexible programmability. It also offers many connectivity options, including up to 96-gigabit ports and 288 PoE+ ports.
The J9821A is easy to deploy, use and manage using Aruba AirWave or Aruba Central. Aruba ClearPass offers centralized security and external captive portal support. These switches include a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
The HPE Aruba 5400R Series of Layer 3 modular switch series deliver high speeds and great scalability on the most demanding of networks.