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Network 9000 Model 401 Processor Module

Network 9000 Model 401 Processor Module

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Hi, everyone

I'm trying to persuade my clients that the performance of  Cisco 2500 and 2600 Rotuers is better than
that of 401 and 402 Processor Modules because I used Cisco products to replace MRV's. So, I want to know the specification for Network 9000 Models 401 and 402 Processor Modules.   

I've searched the MRV's website: http://www.mrv.com/, but I can't see the documents. It is difficult to compare two companies' networking products, and especially, 401 and 402 Processor Modules are old products.

Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you.

Sam

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