End of Life (EOL) of the Acme Packet, Net-Net 3810 and 4250 platform, 4500 with CPU1
(Doc ID 1904974.1)
Last updated on APRIL 01, 2021
Applies to:Net-Net 3810
Acme Packet 4500
Acme Packet 4500
On September 1st, 2010, Oracle announced the end of life (EOL) of the Net-Net 3810 and 4250 systems
Net-Net 3810 systems, options & modules will no longer be sold after the Last Time Buy date given the availability of the Net-Net 3820 system which can be populated with a single AC supply and provides equivalent functionality to the Net-Net 3810.
o Alternative product is the Net-Net 3820 system
o The Net-Net 3820 provides the added benefit of Field Replaceable fan pack & power supplies, supports dual power, & supports AC or DC power supplies. As compared to the Net-Net 3810
which offers a single fixed AC supply only, does not offer DC power option, nor dual power option, nor FRU fan or power supply.
Net-Net 4250 systems, options & modules will no longer be sold after the Last Time Buy date given the availability of higher performance Net-Net 3820 & Net-Net 4500 systems.
o Alternative products are the Net-Net 3820 system or the Net-Net 4500 system with CPU2
o The alternative system choice is based on performance & session capacity requirements Net-Net 3820 provides session ranges from 150 to 8,000 sessions & offers up to 2
times the performance* of the Net-Net 4250 system
Net-Net 4500 configured with CPU2 provides session ranges from 500 to 32,000
sessions & offers up to 4 times the performance* of the Net-Net 4250 system
CPU1 configuration of the Net-Net 4500 system (original processor module) will no longer be sold after the Last Time Buy date given the availability of a higher performance processor module (CPU2) for the Net-Net 4500 system.
o Alternative product is the Net-Net 4500 system configured with CPU2
o Estimated up to 1.7 times the performance* of CPU1
Refer to the attached document.
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