Actelis Networks Introduces ML570D: Actelis’ High Density Compact DIN Rail 10GE Switch

Nov 2021, Fremont CA - Actelis Networks, the market leader in cyber-hardened, hybrid fiber-copper networking solutions for wide-area IoT applications, announces general availability of its ML570D -  a high density compact Industrial Din Rail 10GE switch. Recognizing the need for higher bandwidth in the access network, the ML570Dx joins Actelis’ hybrid portfolio of fiber and bonded copper product lines, allowing Actelis customers to easily expand and extend their fiber networks using 10G interfaces.

The ML570D is part of Actelis’ DIN Rail family of access switches designed for industrial, intelligent traffic network, surveillance, pipeline, and utility applications. The ML570D is a cost-optimized, managed 10G switch supporting multiple ten and one gigabit Ethernet connections that allow multiple sensors or cameras at various locations to be connected in a linear chain, MSTP/RSTP/STP mesh or Fast healing ERPS ring configurations.

The ML570D offers wire-speed switching across 20 ports, featuring an extremely small factor, fanless design, and DIN rail mounting. It’s ideal for deployment in almost any traffic, utility, or industrial network.

Environmentally hardened, fanless with redundant power inputs, and featuring a robust, field-proven design, the unit is NEMA 4 extended temperature compliant and protected against over-voltage and over-current conditions, ensuring high reliability and trouble-free operation.

The ML570D can be deployed as a mini-aggregator connected to other Actelis ML500 fiber devices or to Actelis’ ML600x hybrid fiber-copper switches which are used to provide services for areas where fiber is not yet available.

The ML570D can be managed using CLI, a GUI web interface, or via Actelis’ advanced MetaASSIST EMS (Element Management System), providing FCAPS functionality including alarm management, inventory management, configuration management with automation through scheduled tasks, advanced security functionality, and a Northbound interface allowing integration with higher NMS or OSS systems.