Based on Cisco Embedded Services Switch (ESS) 3300, the PacStar 444 provides high-density network access at Gigabit speeds for critical voice, data, and video connectivity in a compact, rugged form-factor.
- Based on Cisco Embedded Services (ESS) 3300 with (2) 10 GigE SFP+ (8) GigE RJ45 ports
- Industry-leading size, weight, and power (SWaP) provides customers maximum flexibility when integrating into programs where mobility and deployment speeds are critical
- Extensively tested to MIL-STD-810/461 by independent labs. Reports available on request. For more information, see: pacstar.com/testing/
PacStar 444 Small GigE Switch
The PacStar 444 enables networking for a wide variety of edge-based C4ISR, cybersecurity, sensor, IoT, computing, and storage applications – connecting multiple devices to mission-critical tactical, ground-vehicle, and aircraft-mounted communications networks deployed in the field. The PacStar 444 is ideal for use in environments requiring specialized form factor, size, weight, power, port-density, port-media, and ruggedized communications needs.
PacStar offers a variety of system packaging and transport options for its PacStar 400-Series, including Pelican Case, Mini-Transit Case, Smart Chassis, Desktop Chassis, and Rack Mount Systems. The flexible modules, together with the wide range of packaging options, enable PacStar to deliver leading-edge customized, complete solutions that are reconfigurable in the field.
Designed from the ground up to provide flexible deployment, configuration, and setup options, PacStar 444 can be used as follows:
Included in a modular, flexible system comprised of PacStar 400-Series modules, mounted in a variety of packaging and transport options solutions
In snap-together configurations with the other PacStar 400-Series modules including switches, servers, and gateways
To provide high-speed switching infrastructure between servers and storage devices performing data-intensive tasks in expeditionary settings
As a standalone switch module
The PacStar 444 with Cisco ESS 3300 is eligible to be used as a MACsec encryptor in a CSfC solution. More information can be found at www.nsa.gov.