The CM-2900 AERO is a rugged and fully managed switch with 32 ruggedized Gigabit ports. The CM-2900 AERO offers an IEEE1588 Transparent Clock (TC) and/or an IEEE1588 Grand Master Clock (GMC), where the time base of the GMC either is based on a built-in high accuracy GPS receiver or the free running clock of the switch. The free running clock of the switch can be maintained during switch power loss based on the battery backup switch option.
The CM-2900 AERO Series is designed to reduce rack space requirements, cut costs, while eliminating routine maintenance and delivering increased network availability. Its rugged and compact 2U case fits into standard 19" racks. Loaded with advanced software capabilities for network management, network optimization and powerful network security, the unit is an ideal solution for high port count network-centric test instrumentation and mission critical environments to connect IP-enabled devices.
The Cloudberry switch series offers switches with and without time synchronization support for in-flight data communication.
|Available as a reliable and accurate (< 30 nanosecond) PTP Grand Master Clock and Transparent/Slave Clock according to IEEE 1588 Std 2002 (PTPv1) or IEEE 1588 Std 2008 (PTPv2) standards.|
|The PTP Grand Master Clock can be equipped with a built-in GPS receiver with a time accuracy to absolute time < 50ns with GPS lock. The GPS position information can be transmit as a IP/UDP Multicast stream|
|The CM-2900 series supports all relevant IEEE Ethernet standards. Interoperability with other PTP devices are ensured based on extensive interoperability testing|
|Provides unique embedded PTP version translation feature, which allows Slave Clocks of both IEEE 1588 Std 2002 (PTPv1) and IEEE 1588 Std 2008 (PTPv2) to co-exist in the same network.|
|Offers full switch management based on HTTP, telnet, CLI or SNMP v1/v2/v3 and provides event notification through Syslog, Email, and SNMP trap|
|Offers advanced filtering capabilities, such as multicast filters that can be set on the switch either based on IGMP snooping or by manual configuration of static filters.|