Arista DCS-7280QR-C36 24x 40GbE QSFP+ 12x 100GbE QSFP+ Switch
Arista DCS-7280QR-C36 24x 40GbE QSFP+ 12x 100GbE QSFP+ Switch

Arista DCS-7280QR-C36 24x 40GbE QSFP+ 12x 100GbE QSFP+ Switch

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Price as configured: $11,999.00
Retail Price:$12,499.00
You Save:$500.00(4%)



Standard Warranty:

90 Days

The Arista DCS-7280QR-C36 is a high-performance switch designed for data center and enterprise networking applications. It features 24x 40GbE QSFP+ ports and 12x 100GbE QSFP+ ports, providing a total of 2.4Tbps of bandwidth. The switch supports advanced features such as virtual routing and forwarding (VRF), Quality of Service (QoS), and IPv4/IPv6 support.

It also has an efficient, high-density design that saves on space and power consumption in the data center. The switch is built with Arista's renowned EOS operating system, which provides a robust and flexible network platform.

Overall, the Arista DCS-7280QR-C36 is an ideal choice for businesses looking to upgrade their network infrastructure to support high-speed, high-capacity networking needs.

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Extended Warranty
  • Brand:Arista
  • Ports:24x QSFP+ 10GBE SFP+, 12x QSFP100
  • Airflow Fans:4x Airflow Fans
  • Power Supply:2x 495W PWS Hot Swap Power Supplies
  • Rails:Rails Included

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