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1. HPE/Aruba M series vs. F series switches is like PUBG v. Fortnite

Recently, there has been a lot of buzz around the HPE/Aruba M series of switches. Katie Taisey's curiosity led her to look and see what customers would receive from the M version of switches as compared to the F versions of the same switches.

In her latest blog post, Taisey looks specifically at the 2930F 48 POE+ (JL256A) versus the 2930M 48 POE+ (JL322A). The twist? Are you a gamer? Think of the 2930F as Fortnite and the 2930M as PUBG.


Tags: Aruba, Fortnite, Switches, Switch, HPE, HP switch
2. Building a Better HPE Network with Throughput and Capacity

When you compare throughput and routing/switching capacity within the HPE switch lines, making a decision on what to buy can become less about cramming as much as possible into your shrinking budget and more about designing a better network.

Tags: HP switch, HP chassis
3. What does the HP 5400 Chassis have to do with E3?

On June 11, Microsoft announced its latest product in the Xbox series - Xbox One X.           Previously referred to as Xbox Project Scorpio, Xbox One X will be in stores on November 7 but is already receiving a lot of buzz.  With all this hype around the new release, it made me wonder if it was time to upgrade to the next generation in the Xbox One family. This is the same decision HP customers are facing when they look to upgrade or purchase HP 5400 chassis equipment.

Tags: HP 5400R, HP 5400 zl, HP switch, HP chassis
4. Does the "R" Stand for "Required" in the HP 5400R Chassis?

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) made an announcement in September 2015 that they would end-of-sale the HP 5400 zl Switch Series on December 31, 2015. At the time of the announcement, HPE encouraged its customers to migrate to the HP 5400R zl2 Switch Series chassis.

Tags: HP switch, HP chassis, HP 5400R, HP 5400 zl, HP 5400R zl2

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