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    That is correct. The 2610/2810 are the replacement lines for the 2600/2800 switches. Last time I checked, they were only available in the states.

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    The main difference between the old and new models is the switching capacity of the new ones is a bit higher (ie. 2650 compared with a 2610-48 is 13.6Gbps to 17.6Gbps) and the power consumption is lower (100W to 66W).

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