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|The newest addition to QLogic’s award-winning SANbox® 5000 Series unleashes powerful data access possibilities for small to large enterprise customers. SANbox 5800V stackable switches offer SAN planners the best choice to cost-effectively handle current needs while preparing for known and unknown competitive business requirements tomorrow.
Affordable entry as low as eight 8Gb device ports – plus four “always on” ••10Gb stacking ports included (12 ports total)
20Gb Inter-switch Link (ISL) bandwidth on demand – as needs change, ••upgrade your stacking ports to the World’s Fastest Fibre Channel!
Full backwards-compatibility with existing 4Gb and 2Gb infrastructure••
Expandable to twenty 8Gb device ports per switch ••(24 ports total) – or 120 device ports per multi-switch stack.
Choice of cost-optimized single power supply (SB5800V) or high ••availability dual power supply (SB5802V) models
Migrate to 8Gb at Your Own Pace
Thanks to widespread corporate plans for server virtualization/consolidation, along with the rapid adoption of multi-core processors, many SAN users are already feeling the need for 8Gb network speeds. At a minimum, savvy IT managers know they must take the 8Gb transition into account when making their next equipment purchases.
However, these same customers—and others who are not yet ready for 8Gb – also demand a solution that can be installed alongside existing infrastructure without requiring large “up front” payments for capabilities that may be needed later.
QLogic’s field-proven modular backbone architecture, a key component of the QLogic SAN lifecycle management framework, offers a powerful answer to this dual request, allowing customers to build SANs that will last far into the future while simultaneously providing the lowest cost of entry. SANbox 5800V reduces both capital expense (CAPEX) and operating expense (OPEX) through all phases of technology roll‑out.
Next-Generation Stacking: A Good Idea Gets Better!
SANbox 5800V lets you connect 8Gb, 4Gb or 2Gb devices to a SAN
for about the same cost as competing 4Gb-only solutions – but the
investment protection advantages go much deeper! Unlike other
solutions, the 5800V offers the ability to phase bandwidth provisioning
incrementally within your ISL fabric, the most performance-critical
area of the SAN.
1. Start with “Always On” 10Gb ISLs
Each SANbox 5800V ships with all four 10Gb stacking ports active
by default. Basic inter-switch connectivity is now included with
the product! Customers no longer need to take ISL port costs into
account when planning their SANs – every port they purchase may
now be connected directly to a server or storage device! (See sidebar
for more on stacking.)
At their default 10Gb setting, the four stacking ports provide over
50Gb additional bandwidth per switch – the equivalent of six extra
10Gb ISL speed provides more than enough bandwidth for customers
in the early stages of their 8Gb migration, when many switch ports
will still be attached to 4Gb storage and other legacy devices.
2. 20Gb Bandwidth On-Demand
When a majority of SANbox device ports are eventually connected
to actual 8Gb devices, additional inter-switch bandwidth may be
desired. At that point, customers may non-disruptively upgrade
the ISL ports on one or more switches to 20Gb – the World’s
Fastest Fibre Channel. 20Gb, the only ISL technology that perfectly
complements 8Gb device speeds, extends the stability, cost-savings,
and performance benefits of a true backbone architecture to nextgeneration SANs.
IT managers now have all the network headroom they need to deploy
new applications and technologies with confidence. Best of all, since
20Gb uses the same cables/connectors as 10Gb, customers can
upgrade their entire SAN at the click of a mouse – without touching
a cable or purchasing any new hardware. Only QLogic offers such a
cost-deferred “pay-as-you-grow” plan for the 8Gb transition.
Easy to Install and Manage
•• Installation and configuration wizards – From basic switch
setup to advanced zoning and extended distance configuration,
the SANbox 5800V has automated routines to make deployment
a snap. Installation is a 3-step point-and-click process. Selfconfiguring
switch ports automatically adjust to 8Gb, 4Gb, or 2Gb device speeds.
GUI)•• – No software to load. Just point a web browser at any switch and manage the entire fabric from that location. No matter what your level of expertise, the web-based QuickTools interface has all you need for basic fabric management. And for advanced administration of larger SANs, the optional Enterprise Fabric Suite application provides an unprecedented level of intuitive granular control.
Stack management•• – With Enterprise Fabric Suite, users can manage stacks of 5000 series products as a single device, loading firmware, applying security configuration changes, or handling user and Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) administration for up to six switches simultaneously.
Fast, Reliable Performance
Full bandwidth architecture•• – The QLogic SANbox 5800V provides uncontested, “wire speed” bandwidth at every port – a total of 544 Gbps per switch! Plus, the dedicated 10Gb/20Gb ISL transport makes it easy to create non-blocking multi-switch configurations. ISL capacity expands automatically as device port count grows, ensuring a consistent user experience over time.
Adaptive Trunking•• – No extra cost or complicated license schemes. QLogic Adaptive Trunking optimizes ISL use and performance by pooling the capacity of multiple 20Gb, 10Gb, or 8Gb links into a single high-speed pipeline. Trunks are automatically invoked as needed, eliminating the need for manual configuration. Unlike other trunking implementations, trunked ports do not need to be sequential, and may even be spread across multiple switches. Switch-on-exchange design supports Intelligent Path Selection, Fabric-Shortest-Path-First, and Virtual Trunking.
A variety of reliability features make the SANbox 5800V capable of delivering overall system availability greater than 99.999%.
I/O StreamGuard™ RSCN suppression•• – guaranteed bandwidth for time-sensitive applications such as video streaming.
Hardware-enforced zoning by Worldwide Name••
Hot-swappable dual power supply options••
Non-Disruptive Code Load and Activation (NDCLA)••
Powerful, Intuitive Software
QLogic implements the same code base for the entire SANbox product line, including the popular SANbox 9000 chassis switch. Not only are SANbox products backward and forward-compatible, you’ll only need to learn one set of management tools.
QuickTools•• – Embedded Java® web applet for device discovery, device management, zoning, and fabric management. QuickTools includes a configuration wizard and QLogic Drag-and-Drop zoning, the industry’s most intuitive zoning method.
Fabric Security•• (now included) – Provides the right mix of advanced protection features for user, connection, and device security. This includes support for RADIUS authentication, Secure Shell (SSH), and Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption. Device connection security uses Fibre Channel Security Protocol (FC-SP), DH-CHAP, and FC-GS-4 CT.
Enterprise Fabric Suite (optional CD software)•• – Reduce software costs while managing the SAN your way with unprecedented levels of control. Enterprise Fabric Suite bundles high-value enterprise features such as Fabric Tracker, Performance View, Port Threshold Alarms, Stack Management, and mPort™ movable port activation into a single site-licensed package. You’ll spend less time and money licensing individual features or worrying about “balloon payment” per-switch fees as your SAN grows.
SANdoctor•• (optional) – Comprehensive set of diagnostic tools for trouble-shooting problems in your fabric. SANdoctor includes media digital diagnostics, fabric trace-route, and fabric ping.
Fully compatible with other SANbox switches•• – mix and match in stacks with all 5000 Series products (2Gb, 4Gb or 8Gb). The SANbox 5800V is also compatible with FC-SW-2-compliant switches from other vendors.
Interoperable with all major storage, server, application ••and infrastructure vendors. SNMP support, available API and SMI-S agent for integration into popular third-party management applications.
N_Port ID Virtualization (NPIV) support•• comes standard across the entire QLogic switch portfolio, allowing full integration and interoperability with applications such as VMware®, and hardware including leading transparent blade solutions from IBM®, HP®, and others. Only QLogic delivers end-to-end NPIV support on Host Bus Adapters (HBAs) and switches.
SANbox 58000V provides low TCO, extended product life-span, and a phased “pay-as-you-grow” approach that will enhance any company’s long-term financial strategy. Make business-critical applications and personnel more productive with a next-generation QLogic SAN, the best choice for today’s infrastructure – and tomorrow’s.
Ports per chassis
Eight to twenty 8-Gbps ports (upgradable in ••4-port increments)
Four 10/20-Gbps XPAK MSA-compliant ports (10-••Gbps default; upgradable to 20-Gbps)
Multi-switch fabric support
All topologies including: stack, cascade, ••cascaded loop, and mesh
Multiple 10/20Gb or 8Gb links between switches••
Adaptive trunking, intelligent path selection••
All ports are universal, auto-discovering, self-••configuring, and assume the following states: F_Port, FL_port, E_port, G_Port, GL_Port
Fabric port speeds
2/4/8-Gbps, 10/20-Gbps full-duplex. All ports ••auto-negotiate with slower devices or ports.
Fabric latency less than 0.2 μs••
Fabric point-to-point bandwidth
1700 MBps full-duplex on 8-Gbps ports••
5100 MBps full-duplex on 20-Gbps ports••
544 Gbps per chassis••
Maximum frame sizes
2148 bytes (2112 byte payload)••
ASIC-embedded memory (non-shared)••
Guaranteed 16 credit multi-read port buffer for ••full performance up to 13km @ 2-Gbps and
2 km @ 10-Gbps
Extended distance through credit donation••
Hot-pluggable, industry-standard 3.3 volt SFP+ ••transceivers for 8-Gbps ports
Hot-pluggable, industry-standard XPAK optics or ••copper stacking cables for 10/20-Gbps ports
Compatible with 4-Gbps and 2-Gbps SFPs••
Supported SFP types
Shortwave/longwave (optical), active copper••
Maximum Media transmission ranges
Device ports (@ 2-Gbps)••
Shortwave optical: 500 m (1,640 ft.)––
Longwave optical: 10 km (6.2 mi.)––
Stacking ports (@ 10-Gbps)••
Shortwave optical: 300 m (984 ft.)––
Longwave optical: 2 km (1.2 mi.)––
50/62.5 micron multimode fiber optic••
9 micron single-mode fiber optic••
Compatible with FC-SW-2 compliant switches ••including Brocade®, Cisco®, and McDATA®
Management interoperability with leading SAN ••management applications
QuickTools web applet••
Command Line Interface••
Enterprise Fabric Suite 2007 (optional)••
API, GS-4 Management Server (including FDMI), ••SNMP, RADIUS, FTP, TFTP, SMI-S.
10/100 Ethernet BaseT (RJ45), serial port ••(RS‑232 with DB9), in-band (Fibre Channel)
Power-On Self Test (POST)••
Optional SANdoctor fabric diagnostics software••
Simple name server, hardware based zoning, ••Registered State Change Notification (RSCN),
I/O StreamGuard, multi-chassis in-order delivery, automatic path selection, FDMI, NPIV support, IPv6 support
LEDs, command-line console, and web utilities••
5802: Dual, hot-swap power supplies/fans;
••5800: Single integrated power supply
Optional rail mount kit••
Front-to-back air pattern••
H x W x D: 43.2 x 432 x 500 mm
••(1.7 x 17 x 20 in)
5802: 8.16 kg (18 lbs); 5800: 6.8 kg (15 lbs)••
Environmental and Equipment Specifications
Temperature: 5° to 40°C (41° to 104°F)••
Humidity: 10% to 90% non-condensing••
Altitude: 0 to 10,000 feet••
Vibration: 5-500 Hz, 0.27g, 5 sweeps••
Shock: 3.5g, 3ms, half sine, 20 repetitions••
Temperature: -20° to 70°C (-4 to 158 °F)••
Humidity: 10% to 95% non-condensing••
Altitude: 0 to 50,000 feet••
Vibration: 2 to 200 Hz, 0.5g, 5 sweeps••
Shock: 50g, 4216 mmps, 13msec, 3 axis••
Voltage: 100 to 240 VAC; 50 to 60Hz••
Power load: 1 A at 120 VAC; 0.5 A at 240 VAC••
Power consumption: ••
5802: 80W nominal; 90W typical max––
5800: 73W nominal; 83W typical max––
Agency Approvals—Product Safety
US/Canada: UL/cUL, 60950-1••
Europe: EN60950, CB Scheme-IEC 60950-1, CE, ••TUV, Low Voltage Directive
Russia: GOST R••
Meets Class A emissions and immunity ••requirements for USA, Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Korea, Japan
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