As a leading industry supplier of products and solutions, Ruijie always uses innovative products and technology to enhance the value of the customer's business network. Since its inception in 2000, Ruijie has grown into a professional network vendor with a full range of products including switching, routing, storage, export and security, wireless, software and other products.

Among the products, Ruijie has greatest advantages in switches: In 2000, Ruijie made China's first modular switch S2800; in 2003, Ruijie launched China's first second-generation 10G switch RG-S6800; in 2004, Ruijie rolled out China's first IPv6 core 10G switch RG-S6800E; and in 2006, Ruijie delivered China’s first 10G platform based core switch RG-S8600.... The outstanding examples are beyond count.

With these so many “firsts”, Ruijie firmly believes: To win the future, we must adhere to the R&D investment and technological innovation. "More than 35 million ports" – Ruijie switches make your future more robust and stable.

Significant Achievements in Breaking New Ground with the Realization of Gigabit Application
Ruijie Networks already began network product development from late last century, and it started from the research and development of low tech network cards and hubs. In 2000, Ruijie Networks was formally established, and introduced the first self-developed switch S1800, marking the formal entry of Ruijie products into the switch market.

With the rapid development of information technology in China in the early 21st century, dozens of network companies emerged in the Chinese market. However, due to the lack of R&D investment, almost all manufacturers were concentrated in the supply and price competition of products with no technical content. In order to quickly get out of that situation, Ruijie Networks identified a long-term development plan of adhering to R&D investment and technological innovation. Following the S1800, Ruijie launched China's first managed switch S1924F, which not only met the needs of domestic users for network switch, but also was the first batch of Ruijie product sold outside mainland China, and also helped Ruijie outgrow other manufacturers gradually.

At that time in China, network equipment, particularly gigabit equipment was very expensive because of monopoly by foreign network companies, which seriously contained information development in China. In 2001, Ruijie introduced the first self-developed Gigabit managed switch S1926G, laying a foundation for the following "Gigabit universal" activities led by Ruijie.

Successful Layout of High-end Products, Striding into IPv6 Era
Ruijie launched China's first modular switch S2800 in 2000, which kicked off the exploration of high-end products. Internet technology has a "3-year phenomenon" law, that is, for an important technology, from the birth of standard Ethernet bandwidth to universal application, it normally takes 3 years, as proved by the 100 mega technology introduced in 1995, the gigabit technology in 1998 and the 10 Gigabit technology in 2002.

By 2002, Ruijie made another key technology breakthrough on access layer device – stack. After the successful launch of the first stackable switch S2024M, the next goal of Ruijie was set to accelerate the introduction of high-end products. The road of high-end product exploration was long and hard, but Ruijie learned from all of the counterparts as well as advanced design and technology of international mainstream manufacturers, and introduced the first high-end modular switch S4909 that year. S4909 was not the most technically advanced, but Ruijie accumulated important experiences in switch products and it laid a solid foundation for Ruijie to develop high-end products.

In June 2002, the industry generated a very important technical standard - IEEE802.3ae Gigabit standard, which further divided the pattern of domestic network companies, and even the pattern of the global network manufacturers. Ruijie believes a company cannot out compete in the competitive network industry if lacks high-end core products. Then based on S4909, Ruijie paid painstaking efforts to the research of latest Gigabit technology, and the efforts were rewarded by China's first second-generation Gigabit switch RG-S6800 in September 2003. RG-S6800 realized Gigabit wire-speed forwarding, making it the most important and memorable milestone in the history of Ruijie switches, and it marks the formal entry of Ruijie into the high-end switch market, placing Ruijie on a par with advanced international high-end products. RG-S6800 was applied in Dalian Maritime University campus network successfully, and the network project was not only Ruijie’s first Gigabit network in Northeast China, but also China's largest Gigabit Campus Network. RG-S6800 made it possible for Ruijie to deploy whole network.

In 2003, IPv6 began to emerge. IPv4 address shortage contributed to the development of IPv6, but application level lacks strong driving force to promote IPv6, thus the IPv6 which became a standard draft in 1998 was not able enter into commercial use in the first years of the 21st century. In December 2003, the National Development and Reform Commission approved the CNGI project, whose main objective was to build a test platform for next generation Internet, and IPv6 was one of the important technologies to be used. The launch of the CNGI project represented that the IPv6 has entered a substantial stage of development in China. Ruijie closely followed the actual application, and launched in 2004, China's first IPv6 core Gigabit switch RG-S6800E by using NP + ASIC innovative technologies to support IPv6, and it supports flexible extensions but also the needs of high-performance function. RG-S6800E not only took core switch devices into the "full line rate" era, thus successfully creating a model of mature Gigabit product.
In March 2004, only a month after IEEE802.3ak was released, Ruijie introduced China’s first Gigabit commercial module of copper-based coaxial transmission - 10GBASE-CX4, accelerating the universal use of Gigabit technology.

With the introduction of RG-S6800E, Ruijie began to consider providing users with end to end IPv6 solutions. At that time, it was not feasible to use the NP + ASIC technology on convergence access layer equipment, so Ruijie went for the industry's most advanced ASIC chip which supported IPv6, and yielded China's first three layer switch RG-S3760 with ASIC