RADiFlow Switches 3700/3300
Service Aware Industrial Ethernet Switches
The high density RADiFlow 3300/ RADiFlow 3700 Modular Industrial Ethernet Switch combines a ruggedized Ethernet platform with a unique application-aware firewall and VPN engine. Acting as a switch-layer firewall, it is engineered to operate with high reliability even in the harshest environments. Using deep packet inspection, it monitors and controls individual read/write permissions on network applications within the organization.
The RADiFlow 3300/ RADiFlow 3700 is ideal for organizations with critical infrastructures requiring multi-layer security such as nuclear, power, water and gas utilities, transportation agencies, public safety and homeland security. For such organizations, it provides an additional layer of protectionfrom the inside against ever-increasing cyber-based threats that pose serious risk of causing widespread catastrophic disruptions.
RADiFlow’s high level of service-aware integrated functionality distinguishes it from other industrial Ethernet switches that require additional peripheral devices to deliver the same protection.
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- Modular systems - RADiFlow 3300 and RADiFlow 3700 have 3 and 7 interface slots, respectively
- Each slot can host either an Ethernet or a serial module, thus supporting a smooth migration of legacy serial-based units
- Application-aware firewall per port
- Integrated VPN agent for inter-site connectivity or remote user access
- Advanced L2 and L3 feature-set including support for VLAN tagging, QoS, Ethernet OAM and more
- Scalable resilient network structure using G.8032 Ethernet rings
- Overall capacity can scale up to 28xGE full-duplex throughput with wire-speed switching for both Ethernet and IP
- Ruggedized switch ensures operation in harsh environments, standard compliant with IEC 61850-3, IEEE 1613.
- Integrated firewall on each port provides a network-based distributed security solution equivalent to the use of personal firewalls on each system in the network
- Distributed firewalls throughout the network isolate the various logical functions and control the traffic that flows between sites
- End-to-end high-availability achieved through network resiliency schemes - G.8032 rings, RSTP and MSTP.
- IEEE 1588v2 for precise synchronization across the network.
- Built-in QoS to support mission critical applications such as SCADA.