Technology is ever-changing, and at Townsend Networks so are we. We’ve added the full line of used Cisco Nexus Series switches to our catalog, giving you access to the most advanced hardware on the market. Each series offers different benefits and functionality, and this introductory guide will help you distinguish between each of the Cisco Nexus Switches.
The Cisco Nexus 2000 Series are fabric extenders designed to connect to higher-end switches, such as the 6000 or 7000 series. They offer strong connectivity, a single point of management, and reduced costs and size of your data center.
Built for flexibility, the 3000 Series comes equipped with Python scripting, Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEM), and XML management tools. It offers the high-performance and functionality to support mobility and tenant isolation.
Cisco’s Nexus 5000 Series can support 10 GE top-of-rack access deployments and delivers broad connectivity support. It also supports Layer 2 and Layer 3 features and hardware for LAN, SAN, and VXLAN.
If you’re looking for a more compact system, the 6000 Series may be a good fit. Although it’s designed for space-constrained aggregation deployments, it doesn’t limit your functionality. The platform supports hardware VXLAN and is NVGRE-capable, and also works with Cisco Fabric Extenders for LAN and SAN convergence. The 6000 Series also includes a comprehensive analytics toolkit for added value.
This series is ideal for data center access, aggregation, and core deployment. It’s among Cisco’s most advanced offerings, and as such, provides extremely comprehensive data center features and programmability. It’s a remarkably powerful series for the ultimate in performance.
When it comes to the highest switching capacity per slot (1.92 Tb) and a strong switching foundation for ACI, the 9000 Series delivers. It can operate in standard Cisco NX-OS and ACI mode for extraordinary flexibility, and offers full virtual extensible LAN bridging, routing, and gateway support. 9000 Series models also deliver high-density GE (1, 10, and 40; 100 in the future).
Other Data Center Options
For other state-of-the-art data center options, Townsend Networks also offers used Brocade MLXe models and used Juniper MX Series. The Brocade line delivers high performance, scale, and reliability, while the Juniper MX Series provides massive capacity, density, and performance. Whatever system you choose, Townsend Networks can offer significant industry discounts to save money and maximize efficiency.
Why Buy From Townsend Networks?
As experienced resellers of refurbished hardware, we have access to the best in industry prices, which we pass on to you. High-performance hardware like the Cisco Nexus series is available for up to 80% off the list price, allowing you to have a best-in-class data networking system without sacrificing your bottom line. For our full range of hardware and for pricing information, contact us at 866-IT-ASSET or email@example.com.