Arctica 4804iq Network Switch Features

  • Broadcom Helix4 Packet Engine
  • 48 x GbE RJ45 host ports
  • 6 x 10 Gigabit SFP+ uplink ports
  • Redundant 2x200W power supplies
  • Airflow configurations for both front and rear facing I/O layouts
  • Hot swappable fans

Data Sheet

The Penguin Computing® Arctica® 4804iq is a cost-effective Layer-2 and Layer 3 switch suitable for both enterprise and data center environments. The switch is equipped with a ‘merchant silicon’ platform – The Broadcom® Helix 4 along with 48 10-BaseT/100-BaseTX/1000-BaseT ports and 4 1G/10G SFP+ ports. An open selection of copper cables are available, allowing users to customize the switch’s application.

Penguin Computing offers the following software stacks: Cumulus® Linux® and CanonicalTM Ubuntu® with Broadcom® ICOS (Integrated Clouding Operating System). Cumulus Linux is the industry’s first true Linux network operating system with network-optimized kernel that supports Layer-2 and Layer-3 architectures. Canonical Ubuntu with Broadcom ICOS is a CLI-oriented network OS with the full Layer-2 and Layer-3 feature set of the Broadcom data plane. Arctica switches are available with Cumulus Linux or Broadcom ICOS preloaded, backed by hardware and software support options.

Switch Chassis
SFP+ Cabling and Transceivers
RJ45 Cabling
RJ45 Cabling
RJ45 Cabling
Mounting Hardware
Power Cord
Power cord options for system with dual C14 inlets, 100-250V
Support options for Arctica switch hardware.
Hardware Support
Support options for Arctica switch hardware.