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Current Hardware Models

 The bandwidth speeds shown are an estimation based on tests in a controlled lab setting and may not represent actual throughput in a real-world situation.


Image
Sales
Model
Hardware
Model
Description
RAM
NICs
Bandwidth
CF450.02
M8190
1U, full-depth, rack mount unit with hot swap drives,
and dual power supplies
64G

2 x 1G

2 x 10G

4 x 10G

5000 Mbps
CF350.05
H6190
1U, short-depth, rack mount unit
32G

4 x 1G

2 x 10G

3000 Mbps


CF250.05


H4191
H4190


1U, short-depth, rack mount unit
16G
4 x 1G 
1000 Mbps

CF150.05 - Profile

Front    Back

CF150.05
L4190
1U, short-depth, rack mount unit

16G

4 x 1G

600 Mbps

CF50.02
K6191
K6190
7-3/8" x 4-1/2" x 2" desktop unit
8G
6 x 1G
200 Mbps

 

Past Hardware Models



Image
Sales
Model
Hardware
Model
Description
RAM
NICs
Bandwidth
CF450.01
J8180
1U, full-depth, rack mount unit with hot swap drives,
and dual power supplies
64G

4 x 1G

4 x 10G

2000 Mbps
CF350.04
H6180
1U, short-depth, rack mount unit
32G

4 x 1G

2 x 10G

1500 Mbps


CF250.04

H4171

1U, short-depth, rack mount unit
 16G
4 x 1G 
750 Mbps

CF150.04 - Profile

Front    Back

CF150.04
G4180
7-5/8" x 7-5/8" x 2-3/4" desktop unit

16G

4 x 1G

300 Mbps

CF50.02 
K6180
7-3/8" x 4-1/2" x 2" desktop unit
8G
6 x 1G
100 Mbps

 

Deprecated Hardware Models

 


Image
Sales
Model
Hardware
Model 
Description
RAM
NICs
Bandwidth
CF350.03
I6160
1U, full-depth, rack mount unit with hot swap drives
16G

4 x 1G

2 x 10G

1500 Mbps

  CF350.02 - Profile

Front    Back

CF350.02
I4140
1U, full-depth, rack mount unit with hot swap drives

16G

4 x 1G

1000 Mbps


CF250.03


H4170
H4160
H4151


1U, short-depth, rack mount unit
 16G
4 x 1G 
750 Mbps

  CF250.02 - Profile

Front    Back

CF250.02

H4150

H4140

1U, short-depth, rack mount unit
 8G
4 x 1G 
250 Mbps

  CF150.03 - Profile

Front    Back

CF150.03
G4150
7-5/8" x 7-5/8" x 2-3/4" desktop unit

8G

4 x 1G

175 Mbps

  CF150.02 - Profile

Front    Back

CF150.02
G2140
7-5/8" x 7-5/8" x 2-3/4" desktop unit

4G

2 x 1G

50 Mbps

  CF350.02 - Profile

Front    Back

CF-350

F4130

F4120

F4111

 

1U, full-depth, rack mount unit with hot swap drives
 
4 x 1G
100 Mbps

  CF350.02 - Profile

Front    Back

CF-350

F4110

1U, full-depth, rack mount unit with hot swap drives
 
4 x 1G
50 Mbps

  CF350.03 - Profile

Front    Back

CF-250

F2130

F2120

F2110

1U, full-depth, rack mount unit with hot swap drives

 

2 x 1G

50 Mbps

  CF250.02 - Profile

Front    Back

 

D4090

D4083

D4082

D4081

D4080

1U, short-depth, rack mount unit
 

4 x 1G

20 Mbps

  CF250.02 - Profile

Front    Back

 

D2110

D2101

D2100

D2092

D2091

D2090

D2083

D2082

D2081

D2080

1U, short-depth, rack mount unit
 

2 x 1G

20 Mbps


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