- January 3, 2024
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QSW-M7308R-4X – QNAP Switches
The QSW-M7308R-4X is a 100GbE L2 Managed Switch with four 100GbE QSFP28 and eight 25GbE SFP28 ports. The QSW-M7308R-4X can uplink to 100G/25G servers and NAS in server rooms or connect to 100G/25G switches to accelerate high-speed storage, video editing, virtualization, and AI applications.
With competitive pricing and space-saving features, the QSW-M7308R-4X enables businesses to quickly upgrade to an ultra-high-speed backbone network infrastructure for building ultra-high-speed network transmission and storage solutions. The QSW-M7308R-4X is made in Taiwan (MIT), providing a high-quality and reliable networking solution.
Includes four 100GbE QSFP28 and eight 25GbE SFP28 fiber ports to offer a backbone switching capacity of 1200Gbps for uplinking server rooms.
User-friendly management interface
The user-friendly QNAP Switch System (QSS) centralizes and simplifies central network management with an overview dashboard, port management, and settings guide.
Layer 2 network
Provides Layer 2 management features (such as LACP, VLAN, ACL and LLDP) for efficiently controlling network bandwidth and enhancing security.
Space-saving half-width design
One of the few compact 100GbE switches on market, the QSW-M7308R-4X, can be installed in a 1U rack space with another half-width rackmount switch for efficient physical space utilization.
Compatible with QNAP NAS
Supports FEC (Forward Error Correction) and IEEE-802.3ap Auto-Negotiation for high compatibility to connect to QNAP 25GbE NAS or NAS installing 100G network cards for high-performance, low-latency computing.
Embrace the ultra-high-speed 100GbE network generation!
According to market research, the demand for 100GbE switches has taken off in 2023. Enterprises, hyperscalers, and service providers worldwide continue to invest in higher-speed network infrastructure to support higher-speed servers and higher bandwidth demands of new applications such as Generative AI workloads.
With the prevailing 10GbE and 25GbE networks, explosive growth of big data transmission and high-density workloads is driving demands for ultra-high-speed 100GbE networks. The QSW-M7308R-4X 100GbE switch assists enterprises in deploying 100GbE networks in the existing network infrastructure with cost-effectiveness, resolving performance bottlenecks.
- Media professionals – 4K/8K video transmission
- Storage Centers – Big Data application
- Medium to large enterprises – Cloud & AI computing
- Smart medicine – DNA sequence computing
The best 100GbE network switch for SMBs
The QSW-M7308R-4X offers 1200Gbps switching capacity at a budget-friendly price. Businesses can flexibly deploy medium-to-large scale high-speed network infrastructure using the QSW-M7308R-4X coupled with QNAP 25GbE/10GbE switches.
Two half-width rackmount QSW-M7308R-4X can be installed in a 1U rack space, or with another half-width rackmount switch.
Best for QNAP NAS
Ultra-high-speed 100GbE switches can connect to QNAP 25GbE NAS or NAS installing 100G network cards fulfilling high bandwidth demands for high-density I/O data transmission.
High switching capacity of 1200Gbps for backbone networks
The QSW-M7308R-4X has four 100GbE QSFP28 and eight 25GbE SFP28 fiber ports and offers a backbone switching capacity of 1200Gbps, guaranteeing the full potential of each port. The QSW-M7308R-4X can uplink to 100G servers and NAS in server rooms or connect to 25GbE switch QSW-M5216-1T.
Half-width design, two models in 1U
With a half-width rackmount design, a QSW-M7308R-4X can be installed in a 1U rack space with another half-width rackmount switch (such as QSW-M7308R-4X and QSW-M3216R-8S8T) for efficient physical space utilization and tidy cabling.
Flexible deployment with multiple 100GbE and 25GbE ports
The QSW-M7308R-4X has four 100GbE QSFP28 and eight 25GbE SFP28 fiber ports for enabling hybrid high-speed networks. Its 25GbE SFP28 interfaces are backward compatible with 10GbE SFP+/1GbE SFP interfaces, and the 100GbE QSFP28 interface can be uplinked to 100GbE+ core switches, or connected to 100GbE+ servers/NAS directly.*