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Summary of Legacy Brocade and McDATA SAN Products

Brocade name Brocade
switch
type
McDATA name
before
acquisition
Max. port
speed (Gb/s)
Max. ports IBM
version
HP
version
EMC
version
1000 1 - ? ? ? ? ?
2000 7 - ? ? ? ? ?
2800 2, 6 - 1 16 2109-S16 16B DS-16B
3000 18 - ? ? ? ? ?
3014 33 - ? ? ? ? ?
3016 22 - ? ? ? ? ?
3200 16 - 2 8 3534-F08 2/8 DS-8B2
3250 27 - 2 8 2005-H08 2/8V ?
3800 9 - 2 16 2109-F16 2/16 DS-16B2
3800VL 17 - ? ? ? ? ?
3850 26 - 2 16 2005-H16 2/16V DS-16B3
3900 12 - 2 32 2109-F32 2/32 DS-32B2
12000 10 - 2 2 x 64 2109-M12 2/64 ED-12000-B
24000 21 - 4 128 2109-M14 2/128 ED-24000B
48000 Director 42 - 4 384 2109-M48 4/256 ED-48000B
200E 34 - 4 16 2005-B16 4/16 DS-220B
4100 32 - 4 32 2005-B32 4/32 DS-4100B
4900 44 - 4 64 2005-B64 4/64 DS-4900B
5000 58 - 4 32 2005-B5K 4/32B DS-5000B
AP-7420 ? - 4 16 2109-A16 ? ?
7500 46 - 4 16 2005-R18 400 MPR ?
7600 app 55.2 - 4 16 ? ? ?
Mi10K - Intrepid 10000 10 256 2027-256 ? ED-10000M
M6140 - Intrepid 6140 10 140 2027-140 2/140 ED-140M
? - ED-6064 10 64 2032-064 2/64 ED-64M
? - Sphereon 4300 2 12 2026-E12 ? ?
M4400 - Sphereon 4400 4 16 2026-416 ? DS-4400M
? - Sphereon 4500 2 24 2026-224 ? DS-24M2
M4700 - Sphereon 4700 4 32 2026-432 ? DS-4700M
? - Sphereon 3232 2 32 2027-232 ? DS-32M2
? - ES-3016 1 16 2031-016 ? DS-16M
? - ES-3032 1 32 2031-032 ? DS-32M
? - ES-3216 2 16 2031-216 ? DS-16M2

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