Secure Stack as chassis

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The need on the market rises for high density devices, more ports, NAC capabilities, maybe some Basic routing. In my opinion it could be a great idea to build an chassis to take up to 7 "modules". This modules could be C or B-Serie's without chassis and powersupply to put it in, like Cabletron did it in the 1990's with the 6H252-17 vs. 2H252-25R. What did you think about this? The benefit is having a full power redundacy chassis with 3, 5 or 7 slots, easy to maintane and expand.
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Rainer Adam

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Posted 5 years ago

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Official Response

Thanks for the feedback. A low cost chassis could be a nice addition to the portfolio. We will consider your ideas as we enter the planning phases for the next generation products.

-Jim Corbett - Modular Switching Product Manager - Enterasys