Moxa launches high-bandwidth Ethernet switch portfolio

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Moxa has launched its new MRX Series Layer 3 rackmount Ethernet switches that support 64 ports with up to 16 ports of 10GbE speed to accelerate data aggregation for industrial applications and help users build high-bandwidth network infrastructure to realize IT/OT convergence.

“Although there are many high port density, high-bandwidth commercial Ethernet switches on the market, they seldom are tailored for industrial applications,” said Paul Hsu, product manager of Industrial Ethernet Infrastructure Business at Moxa. “To fulfill demands of aggregating data transmissions in large-scale industrial applications, the MRX-Q4064/G4064 Series is designed with multiple 10GbE ports and industrial-grade reliability to maximize high-bandwidth network uptime for continuous industrial operations.

The Moxa MRX-Q4064/G4064 Series combines impressive switching performance with a sophisticated exterior. The rackmount Ethernet switches offer industry-leading 16 and 8 10GbE ports, respectively, aggregating large-scale data transmissions. In addition, the port trunking features allow grouping up to eight 10GbE ports into a single 80 Gbps link to maximize transmission bandwidth. 

The MRX-Q4064/G4064 Series delivers both system and network reliability. Continuous system operation relies on stable operating temperatures and power supplies. Intelligent temperature control functions, 8 fan modules, and dual power supply modules ensure MRX-Q4064/G4064 Series maximum uptime and stability. Moxa Turbo Ring and High-availability Static Trunk (HAST) technologies provide redundant network paths and connectivity to achieve high availability for large-scale network infrastructure.

The MRX-Q4064/G4064 Series was developed to simplify deployment and maintenance for engineers. The modular design of its Ethernet interfaces, power supplies, and fans increases deployment flexibility, while built-in LCD Modules let engineers check device status and quickly troubleshoot. Hot-swappable modularity empowers module swaps without affecting operations.

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