Rugged CompactPCI Gigabit Ethernet switch introduced by Kontron for military, aerospace, and transportation applications

ECHING, Germany, 11 June 2010. Kontron in Eching, Germany, is introducing the CP3923 3U CompactPCI Gigabit Ethernet switch for IPv4/v6 communications networks and network-centric military, aerospace, transportation, and automation embedded computing applications in harsh environments.

Jun 11th, 2010
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ECHING, Germany, 11 June 2010. Kontron in Eching, Germany, is introducing the CP3923 3U CompactPCI Gigabit Ethernet switch for IPv4/v6 communications networks and network-centric military, aerospace, transportation, and automation embedded computing applications in harsh environments.

The CP3923 is a managed Layer 2/3 Gigabit Ethernet switch offering IPv4 routing and optional IPv6 routing that supports CLI, Telnet, Web, and SNMP management interfaces to configure protocols and parameters including Layer 2 and Layer 3 (IPv4/v6) protocols, Multicasting, QoS, and security. For applications requiring higher bandwidth, it also supports link aggregation, intelligent platform management (IPMI), and hot swap.

The base configuration (CP3923-8C) supports eight Gigabit Ethernet ports via RJ45 and eight Gigabit Ethernet ports via rear I/O. Two additional versions are for transportation and mobile applications, providing four (CP3923-4M) or eight (CP3923-8M) Fast Ethernet ports via M12-D connectors.

All versions support eight Gigabit Ethernet via rear I/O, comply with the EN 50155 railway standard, and operate in temperatures from -40 to 85 degrees Celsius. A rugged conduction-cooled version is planned.

For more information contact Kontron online at www.kontron.com.

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