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The IBM System Storage® SAN768B-2 and SAN384B-2 fabric backbones are among the industry’s newest Fibre Channel switching infrastructure offerings. Together, they provide reliable, scalable, high …

The IBM System Storage® SAN768B-2 and SAN384B-2 fabric backbones are among the industry’s newest Fibre Channel switching infrastructure offerings. Together, they provide reliable, scalable, high performance foundations for private cloud storage and highly virtualized environments. These fabric backbones have been enhanced with new enterprise connectivity options to add support for IBM FICON®

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  • 1. IBM Systems and Technology IBM System StorageData Sheet IBM System Storage SAN768B-2 and SAN384B-2 Designed to become the foundation for private cloud storage area networks The IBM System Storage® SAN768B-2 and SAN384B-2 fabric Highlights backbones are among the industry’s newest Fibre Channel switching infrastructure offerings. Together, they provide reliable, scalable, high- Enables the full potential of private ●● ● ● performance foundations for private cloud storage and highly virtualized cloud storage with improved scalability, performance and reliability environments. These fabric backbones have been enhanced with new enterprise connectivity options to add support for IBM FICON® Facilitates simpler, flatter, low-latency ●● ● ● connectivity, offering a highly reliable infrastructure with the fast and chassis connectivity to reduce network complexity, management and costs scalable IBM System z® servers. Simplifies and centralizes end-to-end Designed to increase business agility while providing nonstop access to ●● ● ● storage area network (SAN) management with comprehensive diagnostics, monitor- information and reducing infrastructure and administrative costs, the ing and automation SAN768B-2 and SAN384B-2 fabric backbones with 16 gigabit per second ●● ● ● Protects investments in existing SAN (Gbps) Fibre Channel capabilities deliver a new level of scalability and ad- fabrics and automation tools while reduc- vanced capabilities to this robust, reliable, high-performance technology. ing operational costs and minimizing business disruption The IBM System Storage SAN b-type family switch, designed to support ●● ● ● Maximizes performance for I/O- and Fibre Channel connectivity for servers and storage, introduces the next bandwidth-intensive applications generation of fabric backbones with 16 Gbps Fibre Channel technology to bring a long-term solution for mission-critical applications that require secure, high-performance, low-latency storage networks. This enables organizations to continue leveraging their existing IT investments as they grow their businesses and solve their most difficult business challenges.
  • 2. IBM Systems and Technology IBM System StorageData SheetThe new models offer maximum investment protection by:●● ● Interfacing with the existing 2, 4, 8, 16 Gbps Fibre Channel ports●● ● Offering configurable 10 Gbps ports for metro optical connectivity●● ● Offering 1/10 Fibre Channel over Internet Protocol (FCIP) for Global SAN extension infrastructure●● ● Offering fabric-based encryption for data-at-rest to protect valuable digital assets●● ● Integrating with IBM Network Advisor unified network management solution to bridge operational gaps across server, network and storage administratorsBuilt upon years of innovation and using the core technology A foundation for private cloud storage area networksof systems designed to perform at up to 99.999 percent uptime,the new generation of SAN b-type networking backbones help Both of these new modelsminimize downtime and disruption for some of the world’smost demanding data centers. ●● ● Support 2, 4, 8, and 16 Gbps Fibre Channel or FICON connections, 10 Gbps Fibre Channel Inter-Switch Link (ISL)Improves flexibility and reliability connections in metro optical connectivity, or with 10 GbpsThe SAN768B-2 and SAN384B-2 are designed to address key DWDM devices, in-flight encryption and compression,customer requirements while consolidating the SAN infrastruc- 64 (4×16) Gbps Inter-Chassis Link (ICL) connectionsture. The new fabric backbones are available in two modular and 1/10 FCIP, fabric-based encryption for data-at-rest,form factors. as well as advanced fabric services and management tools ●● ● Deliver backward compatibility with the 8 and 4 GbpsBuilt for large enterprise networks, the 14U SAN768B-2 has System Storage b-type SAN director, switch and routereight vertical blade slots to provide up to 384 16 Gbps universal models(E, F, D, M, and EX) Fibre Channel ports using 48-port FibreChannel blades or up to 512 8 Gbps universal (E, F, M, and Offers industry-leading performanceEX) FC ports using 64-port 8 Gbps Fibre Channel blades. Emerging and evolving critical workloads and higher density virtualization are continuing to push the limits of SAN infra-Designed for midsize networks, the 8U SAN384B-2 has four structures. The SAN768B-2 and the SAN384B-2 directorshorizontal blade slots to provide up to 192 16 Gbps universal are designed with enhanced 16 Gbps performance to address(E, F, D, M, and EX) Fibre Channel ports using 48-port Fibre next-generation I/O requirements. In addition, local switchingChannel blades or up to 256 8 Gbps universal (E, F, M, andEX) Fibre Channel ports using 64-port 8 Gbps Fibre Channelblades. 2
  • 3. IBM Systems and Technology IBM System StorageData Sheetcapabilities have been designed to ensure that data trafficwithin the same port group does not consume slot bandwidth,maximizing the number of line-rate ports.Performance capabilities include:●● ● SAN768B-2 – Up to 384 ports (equivalent to 512 with ICLs) at 16 Gbps in a single chassis – 8.2 Terabits per second (Tbps) chassis bandwidth ❍ 6.1 Tbps universal ports ❍ 2.1 Tbps ICL bandwidth The new generation of fabric backbones – 512 Gbps bandwidth per slot●● ● SAN384B-2 ●● ● 8 Gbps 32-port and 48-port Fibre Channel blades: These two – Up to 192 ports (equivalent to 256 with ICLs) at 16 Gbps new port blades provide 2, 4 or 8 Gbps on each port which in a single chassis can be configured as E, F, M or EX_ports. These 8 Gbps – 4.1 Tbps chassis bandwidth blades are designed to deliver enhanced fabric resiliency ❍ 3.1 Tbps universal ports and application uptime through advanced features enabled by ❍ 1 Tbps ICL bandwidth the Condor3 application-specific integrated circuit including – 512 Gbps bandwidth per slot increased buffers and no oversubscription for traffic across the backplane. These blades do not support native 10 GbpsEach System Storage SAN768B-2 and SAN384B-2 contains Fibre Channel, in-flight encryption and compression,redundant control processor modules (active/passive) and core diagnostic ports or FEC.blades (active/active), plus slots for Fibre Channel port blades ●● ● 8 Gbps 64-port Fibre Channel blade: These blades areand advanced functionality blades. All Fibre Channel ports on designed to allow mid-to-large enterprise customers tothe blades support full-duplex, non-blocking performance. deploy high-density, chassis-based solutions to minimizeThese backbones are available with a number of selectable physical footprint without compromising performance.options. The base systems do not include any blades, but at The 64-port blade does not support FICON but mayleast one blade is required for host and storage connectivity. be used in the same chassis-switching FICON traffic. ●● ● 8 Gbps Extension blade: This combines Fibre ChannelAvailable blades for the SAN768B-2 and SAN384B-2 include: switching and routing capabilities with hardware-assisted FCIP traffic forwarding over IP WAN. Supporting twelve●● ● 16 Gbps 32-port and 48-port Fibre Channel blades: These 8 Gbps Fibre Channel ports, ten 1 Gbps Gigabit Ethernet port blades provide 2, 4, 8, 10 or 16 Gbps on each port which (GbE) ports, and two optional 10 Gbps GbE ports, it can be configured as E, F, M, EX or D_ports. These is designed to provide global remote storage and SAN advanced 16 Gbps blades are designed to deliver enhanced connectivity. It integrates a variety of capabilities to help fabric resiliency and application uptime through advanced deliver a high-performance, reliable and security-rich features enabled by the Condor3 application-specific distance-connectivity solution, such as data compression, integrated circuit including support for native 10 Gbps FICON Acceleration for disaster recovery solutions and Fibre Channel, in-flight encryption and compression, other features designed to maximize the IP network. or diagnostic ports, increased buffers and Forward Error Correction (FEC). 3
  • 4. IBM Systems and Technology IBM System StorageData Sheet●● ● 8 Gbps 16-port Fibre Channel Encryption blade: This systems require FOS v.7.0 or later to support all features blade provides fabric-based encryption for data-at-rest and and functions. The enterprise software bundle includes the compression, providing from 48 Gbps up to 96 Gbps of following features: encryption processing power to help meet the needs of the most demanding environments with flexible, on-demand ●● ● Adaptive Networking service is a set of features that provide performance. It also provides compression services at speeds users with tools and capabilities for incorporating network up to 48 Gbps for tape storage systems. The Encryption policies to ensure optimal behavior of a large SAN. The Blade is supported with the IBM Tivoli® Key Lifecycle FOS v.7.0 release (or later) supports two types of quality of Manager for both disk and tape encryption applications. service (QoS) features with the 16 Gbps fabric backbones: This Open Systems Network-based solution secures data- Ingress Rate Limiting and SID/DID Based Prioritization. at-rest for disk array logical unit numbers, heterogeneous ●● ● Advanced Performance Monitoring helps identify end- tape drives and virtual tape libraries. This encryption blade to-end bandwidth usage by host/target pairs and is designed is not supported for FICON. to provide for capacity planning. ●● ● Extended Fabrics extend SAN fabrics beyond the FibreDelivers streamlined network design Channel standard of 10 kilometers (km) by optimizingNetworks are evolving in order to adapt to rapid growth and internal switch buffers to maintain performance on ISLschange in the server and storage infrastructure. New optical connected at extended distances.ICLs can connect up to ten SAN768B-2 and SAN384B-2 back- ●● ● Fabric Watch is designed to constantly monitor mission-bones up to 50 meters apart enabling flatter, faster and simpler critical switch operations for potential faults and automati-fabrics that increase consolidation while reducing network cally alert administrators to problems before they becomecomplexity and costs. costly failures. Fabric watch includes Port Fencing capability. ●● ● ISL Trunking enables Fibre Channel frames to be distrib-ICLs enable scalable core-edge and active-active mesh chassis uted efficiently across multiple ISLs between two IBM b-typetopologies. These high-density chassis topologies reduce SAN fabric switches and directors while preserving in-orderinter-switch cabling and free up ports for server and storage, delivery. Both b-type SAN devices must have trunkingthus maximizing overall port density in a lower amount of activated. The SAN768B-2 and SAN384B-2 add enhancedrack space. ISL trunking support using 16 Gbps ports and enables Fibre Channel packets to be distributed across up to eight 16 GbpsIncludes fabric operating system and capable ISLs for a combined bandwidth of up to 128 Gbps. Server Application Optimization license optimizes overallmanagement software ●● ● application performance for physical servers and virtualThe Fabric Operating System (FOS) included with machines by extending virtual channels to the server infra-each SAN768B-2 and SAN384B-2 contains all functions structure. Application-specific traffic flows can be configured,necessary to operate a base system. These new 16 Gbps base prioritized and optimized throughout the entire data center infrastructure. 4
  • 5. IBM Systems and Technology IBM System StorageData SheetWeb Tools, Zoning, Full Fabric, Virtual Fabrics and Enhanced ●● ● Inter-chassis license kit with 16×64 Gbps Quad SmallGroup Management (EGM) (listed below) are part of the base Form-factor Pluggable (QSFP) activates ICL ports on theFOS and do not require a license. core blades of the 16 Gbps platforms. One ICL Ports on Demand (POD) license only enables half of the ICL ports●● ● Web Tools enable graphical user interface (GUI)-based on core blades of a SAN768B-2 or all of the ICL ports on administration, configuration and maintenance of fabric the core blades of a SAN384B-2 platform. Each kit features switches and SANs. sixteen 4x16 Gbps ICL QSFP transceivers.●● ● Zoning segments a fabric into virtual private SANs to restrict ●● ● Enterprise ICL license: Up to 3840 16 Gbps universal device communication and apply certain policies only to Fibre Channel ports (using 16 Gbps 48-port blades); up to members within the same zone. 5120 8 Gbps universal Fibre Channel ports (using 8 Gbps●● ● Full Fabric enables E_Ports and allows the SAN768B-2 and 64-port blades); ICL ports (32 or 16 per chassis, optical SAN384B-2 to connect to other switches. QSFP) connect up to nine chassis in a full mesh topology●● ● Virtual Fabrics allow a physical switch to be partitioned into or up to 10 chassis in a core-edge topology. Connecting five independently managed logical switches, each with its own or more chassis via ICLs requires an Enterprise ICL license. data, control and management paths.●● ● EGM enables additional device-level management function- These optional advanced SAN Extension functionality licenses ality for SAN b-type products when added to the element are available as well: management and also allows large consolidated operations to groups of devices (such as firmware downloads and ●● ● Advanced Extension activation license enables two configuration uploads and downloads). advanced extension features, FCIP trunking and adaptive rate limiting (ARL) on the SAN768B-2 or SAN384B-2 systems.These optional licenses are also available: The FCIP trunking feature allows multiple IP source and destination address pairs (defined as FCIP circuits) via●● ● FICON with control unit port (CUP) Activation is multiple 1 GbE interfaces to provide a high-bandwidth FCIP designed to provide in-band management of the supported tunnel and failover resiliency. The ARL feature provides a SAN b-type switch and director products by system automa- minimum bandwidth guarantee for each tunnel with full tion for IBM z/OS®, performance data for Resource utilization of the available network bandwidth without Measurement Facility (RMF), and to provide unsolicited impacting throughput performance under high traffic load. status to IBM MVS™. This support is designed to provide ●● ● Extension blade 10 GbE Activation license enables up to a single point of control for managing connectivity in active two 10 GbE ports on the 8 Gbps Extension Blade or enables FICON I/O configurations. To enable in-band management 10 Gbps Fibre Channel ports on the first eight ports of a on multiple switches and directors, each chassis must be 16 Gbps port blade. With this license, two additional operat- configured with the appropriate FICON CUP feature. ing modes, in addition to 1 GbE port mode, can be selected. Up to four CUPs per chassis can be enabled. Either two 10 GbE ports, or ten 1 GbE and one 10 GbE●● ● Integrated Routing allows any 8 or 16 Gbps Fibre Channel ports, can be configured on an 8 Gbps Extension Blade when port in a SAN768B-2 and SAN384B-2 to be configured this license is activated. as an EX_Port supporting Fibre Channel Routing (FCR). 5
  • 6. IBM Systems and Technology IBM System StorageData Sheet●● ● FICON Accelerator activation license is designed to Optimizes data center connectivity over use advanced networking technologies, data management distance techniques and protocol intelligence to accelerate FICON The SAN768B-2 and SAN384B-2 are designed to connect disk and tape read and write operations over geographically distributed data centers enabled for data mobility and advanced extended distances, while maintaining the integrity of data protection solutions. These fabric backbones include command and acknowledgment sequences. Ideal for data integrated metro and global SAN extension which can provide migration, disaster recovery, and business continuance solu- application agility, flexible business continuity and disaster tions beyond 300 km, it supports emulation for IBM z/OS recovery solutions. Global Mirror (formerly eXtended Remote Copy or XRC) as well as tape pipelining for FICON tape and virtual tape. The new generation of the b-type director family is designed to provide high-speed replication and backup solutions overThis optional advanced SAN Encryption functionality license is metro or WAN links with native Fibre Channel (10/16 Gbps)available: and optional FCIP (1/10 GbE) extension support. The inte- grated metro connectivity includes in-flight compression and●● ● Encryption 96 Gbps disk performance upgrade activation encryption to optimize bandwidth and help reduce the risk of license enables scalability of performance on the Encryption unauthorized access. The SAN768B-2 and SAN384B-2 are Blade features. The upgrade is designed to provide increased designed to support port-based encryption and compression throughput for disk encryption applications up to 96 Gbps, on ISL between two 16 Gbps E_Ports. The encryption and effectively doubling encrypted throughput performance for compression feature on an E_Port can be enabled by users on disk-based storage with no disruption to operations. a per-port basis. The same port that has been configured for compression can also be configured for encryption.New management software to support 16 Gbps technology: Benefits:The IBM Network Advisor V11.1 (or later) is the base manage-ment software required by the SAN768B-2 and SAN384B-2 ●● ● Optimizes data center connectivity over distance with inte-capable of providing end-to-end management of data center grated high-performance metro and global connectivity.fabrics from storage ports on networked storage systems to ●● ● Simplifies and centralizes end-to-end SAN managementHost Bus Adapters (HBAs) attached to physical or virtualized with comprehensive diagnostics, monitoring and automation.servers. ●● ● Enhances data security and efficient use of bandwidth between data centers. 6
  • 7. IBM Systems and Technology IBM System StorageData Sheet●● ● Maximizes performance for I/O- and bandwidth-intensive Protects existing investments applications with extraordinary performance improvement More than USD$50 billion have been invested in Fibre when compared to competitive offerings. Channel technology for data centers worldwide. Through the●● ● Protects investments in existing SAN fabrics and automation new 16 Gbps Fibre Channel products, IBM offers a compelling, tools while reducing operational costs and minimizing long-term solution for mission-critical applications that require business disruption. high-performance, low-latency storage networks.Simplifies deployment and centralized The SAN768B-2 and SAN384B-2 models offer current andmanagement future maximum investment protection by:Automating and simplifying SAN management enables datacenters to quickly adapt to change and overcome disruptions ●● ● Interfacing with existing 2, 4, 8 and 16 Gbps Fibre Channelin a private cloud infrastructure. The SAN768B-2 and portsSAN384B-2 advanced diagnostics, monitoring and manage- ●● ● Offering configurable ports for 10 Gbps metro opticalment help reduce end-to-end SAN management complexities connectivityand operating costs through simpler server provisioning and ●● ● Offering 1/10 Gbps FCIP for Global SAN extensionchange management, advanced cable and optics diagnostics, infrastructureand comprehensive management. Several technologies support ●● ● Offering fabric-based encryption for data-at-rest to protectthese capabilities, including: valuable digital assets ●● ● Integrating with the IBM Network Advisor unified network●● ● Dynamic Fabric Provisioning combined b-type backbone management solution to bridge operational gaps across and Brocade adapter technology to reduce or eliminate the server, network, and storage administrators need to reconfigure zoning and Logical Unit Number (LUN) masking when adding or replacing servers. The SAN768B-2 and SAN384B-2 b-type directors are highly●● ● D_Ports help identify and isolate optics and cable problems, efficient at helping reduce power consumption, cooling, and reducing fabric deployment and diagnostic times. the carbon footprint in data centers. While providing greater●● ● IBM Network Advisor provides comprehensive management performance and scale, they require significantly less power to of data center fabrics, including configuration, monitoring deliver much greater bandwidth, making them more efficient and management of b-type backbones, switches and Brocade than other offerings. adapters. 7
  • 8. IBM Systems and Technology IBM System StorageData SheetIBM System Storage SAN768B-2 and IBM System Storage SAN384B-2 at a glanceProduct characteristicsProduct number System Storage SAN768B-2 (2499-816) System Storage SAN384B-2 (2499-416)Base machine Single chassis: up to 384 (SAN768B-2) or 192 (SAN384B-2) 16 Gbps universal (E, F, D, M and EX) Fibre Channel ●● ● ports using 48-port Fibre Channel blades. Up to 512 (SAN768B-2) or 256 (SAN384B-2) 8 Gbps universal (E, F, M and EX) Fibre Channel ports using 64-port 8 Gbps Fibre Channel blades. Multi-chassis with ICL ports: Up to 3840 16 Gbps universal Fibre Channel ports (using 16 Gbps 48-port blades); ●● ● up to 5120 8 Gbps universal Fibre Channel ports (using 8 Gbps 64-port blades); ICL ports (32 or 16 per chassis, optical QSFP) connect up to nine b-type SAN768B-2/SAN384B-2 chassis in a full mesh topology or up to 10 chassis in a core-edge topology. Deploying 5 or more chassis with ICL connections within a fabric requires an Enterprise ICL license. The base chassis includes the following components: One Director Chassis with door, two vertical cable management combs, redundant (active/standby) control ●● ● processor blades, redundant active/active core switching blades, redundant power supplies, fans, Zero Fibre Channel Port Blades, Zero small form-factor pluggables (SFPs) and Ship Group that includes an installation guide hardcopy, CD-ROM (with manuals), two rack power distribution unit (PDU) power cords, service tools and wrap tools, serial cable, RJ-45, wrist strap, cable retainer kit and SFP extraction tool. In addition to the above stated components, the base chassis of the SAN768B-2 includes three blower fans and ●● ● option for two additional power supplies. The Ship Group also includes the 14U rack mounting kit (BR120). As for the SAN384B-2, the base chassis includes 2 blower fans and 1U exhaust duct kit. Base Functionality: Web Tools, Advanced Zoning, Full Fabric, Virtual Fabrics, EGM, Fabric Watch, Extended fabrics, ISL Trunking, ●● ● Advanced Performance Monitoring, Server Application Optimization and Adaptive Networking. Fabric Operating System (v7.0 or later). Note: No port or advanced functionality blades are included in the base. Customers will need to order the 48- or 32-port 16 Gbps or 8 Gbps Fibre Channel port blades, the 64-port 8 Gbps Fibre Channel port blade and/or the supported specialty blades and populate them with transceivers. 8
  • 9. IBM Systems and Technology IBM System StorageData SheetIBM System Storage SAN768B-2 and IBM System Storage SAN384B-2 at a glanceFibre Channel interfaces 16/10/8/4/2 Gbps D_Port (diagnostic port), E_Port, EX_Port, F_Port and M_Port (mirror port)FICON interfaces 16/8/4/2 GbpsFCIP interfaces 1 GbE and 10 GbETransceivers ●● ● 16 Gbps: 32- and 48-port 16 Gbps blades require hot pluggable SFP+, Lotus Connector (LC); 16 Gbps short-wavelength laser (SWL), Long-wavelength laser (LWL) ●● ● 10 Gbps: 32- and 48-port 16 Gbps blades require hot-pluggable SFP+, LC; 10 Gbps SWL, LWL ●● ● 8 Gbps: 32- and 48-port 16 Gbps blades, 32- and 48-port 8 Gbps blades, the extension and the encryption blades require hot-pluggable SFP+, LC; 8 Gbps SWL, LWL, Extended Long-Wavelength Laser (ELWL) ●● ● 1 GbE: hot-pluggable optical SFP, SWL and LWL; GbE copper SFP (8 Gbps extension blade GbE ports only)Hot-swap components Control processors (CPs), core routing modules, power supplies, fan modules, all Fibre Channel port blades, Extension blade, Encryption Blade, SFPs and QSFPsRack support IBM TotalStorage SAN cabinet (2109-C36)Management software HTTP, simple network management protocol (SNMP) v1/v3 (Fabric Element (FE) Management Information Base (MIB), Fibre Channel MIB), Secure Shell (SSH); auditing, syslog; web tools, advanced performance monitoring, IBM Network Advisor v11.1 or later; command line interfaceServers supported * ●● ● IBM Power Systems™, IBM System p® ●● ● IBM System i® ●● ● IBM System x® ●● ● IBM System z, IBM zSeries® ●● ● Other Intel processor-based servers with Linux, Microsoft Windows 2003 and Windows 2008 ●● ● Selected Sun and HP serversOperating systems ●● ● Windows 2003, Windows 2008supported * ●● ● Red Hat Linux, Red Hat Linux Advanced Server ●● ● SUSE Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) ●● ● IBM AIX® storage system ●● ● Other selected operating systems 9
  • 10. IBM Systems and Technology IBM System StorageData SheetIBM System Storage SAN768B-2 and IBM System Storage SAN384B-2 at a glanceStorage products supported * ●● ● IBM XIV® Storage System ●● ● System Storage DS8000® storage servers ●● ● IBM Storwize® V7000 ●● ● System Storage SAN Volume Controller (SVC) ●● ● System Storage DS5000 and DS3000 ●● ● System Storage TS2240, TS2340 tape drives ●● ● System Storage TS2250 and TS2350 tape drives ●● ● System Storage TS3100, TS3200, TS3310, and TS3500 tape libraries ●● ● Tivoli Key Lifecycle Manager (TKLM) v2.0, or later ●● ● Other selected storage systemsFC switches supported System Storage and TotalStorage SAN b-type and m-type directors, switches and routers; other directors, switches and routers manufactured by BrocadeFibre optic cable Fiber optic cables with LC are required and available in various lengths in single-mode and multimode formatsPower cords Jumper cables are included for installation; country-specific power cords must be ordered for desktop/standalone installationWarranty One year; 24×7 same-day maintenance service options are availableOptional features Blades: 32- and 48-port 16 Gbps Fibre Channel switch blades (Fibre Channel #3632, 3648); 32- and 48-port 8 Gbps Fibre Channel switch blades (Fibre Channel #3633, 3649); 64-port 8 Gbps Fibre Channel switch blade (Fibre Channel #3864); 22-port 8 Gbps Extension blade (Fibre Channel #3890); 8 Gbps Encryption Blade (Fibre Channel # 3895). Licenses: Inter-chassis,FICON with CUP activation, Advanced Extension Activation, Extension blade 10 GbE Activation, FICON Accelerator activation, Encryption 96 Gbps disk performance upgrade activation, Integrated Routing and Enterprise ICL. Other: SFPs; fiber optic cables; upgrade power supplies 10
  • 11. IBM Systems and Technology IBM System StorageData SheetIBM System Storage SAN768B-2 and IBM System Storage SAN384B-2 at a glancePhysical CharacteristicsSize ●● ● SAN768B-2 – Width: 43.74 centimeters (cm) (17.22 inches (in.)) – Height: 61.24 cm (24.11 in., 14U) – Depth (without door): 61.19 cm (24.09 in.) – Depth (with door): 73.20 cm (28.82 in.) ●● ● SAN384B-2 – Width: 43.74 cm (17.22 in.) – Height: 35.00 cm (13.78 in., 8U) plus 4.37 cm exhaust shelf (1.72 in., 1U) – Depth without door: 61.19 cm (24.09 in.) – Depth with door: 73.20 cm (28.82 in.)Weight (maximum ports ●● ● SAN768B-2fully populated) – 103.50 kilogram (kg) (228.20 pounds (lbs)) for 384-port configuration fully populated – 39.55 kg (82.20 lbs) for chassis ●● ● SAN384B-2 – 68.04 kg (150.00 lbs) for 192-port configuration fully populated – 25.76 kg (56.80 lbs) for empty chassisOperating environmentTemperature (operating) 0° to 40°C (32° to 104°F)Humidity (operating) 20% to 85% Relative Humidity (RH) noncondensing at 40°C (104°F)Altitude (operating) Up to 3000 meters (9842 feet)Airflow Rear panel-to-door airflowElectrical requirementNominal input voltage 85 to 264 alternating current (ac), universalInput line frequency 47 to 63 Hertz (Hz) 11
  • 12. For more informationTo learn more about the IBM System Storage SAN768B-2 andSAN384B-2, please contact your IBM marketing representativeor IBM Business Partner, or visit the following website:ibm.com/systems/networking/switches/san © Copyright IBM Corporation 2012Additionally, IBM Global Financing can help you acquire the IBM CorporationIT solutions that your business needs in the most cost-effective Systems and Technology Group Route 100and strategic way possible. We’ll partner with credit-qualified Somers, New York 10589clients to customize an IT financing solution to suit your busi- Produced in the United States of Americaness goals, enable effective cash management, and improve your April 2012total cost of ownership. IBM Global Financing is your smartest IBM, the IBM logo, ibm.com and System Storage, are trademarkschoice to fund critical IT investments and propel your business of International Business Machines Corp., registered in many jurisdictionsforward. For more information, visit: ibm.com/financing worldwide. Other product and service names might be trademarks of IBM or other companies. A current list of IBM trademarks is available on the Web at “Copyright and trademark information” at ibm.com/legal/copytrade.shtml Intel, Intel logo, Intel Inside, Intel Inside logo, Intel Centrino, Intel Centrino logo, Celeron, Intel Xeon, Intel SpeedStep, Itanium, and Pentium are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries. Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the United States, other countries, or both. Microsoft, Windows and Windows NT are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. This document is current as of the initial date of publication and may be changed by IBM at any time. Not all offerings are available in every country in which IBM operates. The performance data discussed herein is presented as derived under specific operating conditions. Actual results may vary. It is the user’s responsibility to evaluate and verify the operation of any other products or programs with IBM products and programs. THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROVIDED “AS IS” WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT ANY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND ANY WARRANTY OR CONDITION OF NON-INFRINGEMENT. IBM products are warranted according to the terms and conditions of the agreements under which they are provided. Actual available storage capacity may be reported for both uncompressed and compressed data and will vary and may be less than stated. * For most current and complete information, refer to product details in ibm.com/systems/networking/switches/san/b-type Please Recycle TSD03139-USEN-02