Taoyuan city, Taiwan, January 24th, 2024.
The Aurora 221 is a cost-efficient 1G switch for data centers and the edge of modern campus networks. With 48x 1G RJ45 Base-T and 8x 10G SFP+ ports, it has Broadcom® Trident3-X2 BCM56277 silicon at heart. The Aurora 221 brings bandwidth, network intelligence, and programmability to the 1G world.
The Aurora 621 is a multi-role switch suited for Top-of-Rack/Spine Datacenter, Enterprise, and CSP network deployments. With 48x 25G SFP28 and 6x 100G QSFP28 ports and Broadcom® Trident3-X5 silicon, it offers novel overlays, instrumentation and telemetry, and pipeline programmability. Trident3-X5 programmability can be used to add advanced load balancing, enhanced security, network intelligence, new software-defined forwarding, and database reconfiguration delivering capabilities.
The new models rely on the end-to-end common Trident 3 (TD3) architecture that scales from wiring closet units to campus-cores, bringing feature and software programming consistency that translates into reduced development costs and quick time-to-market. Its programmable pipeline allows new features to be added after deployment through in-field upgrades, protecting operators’ capex investment.
Netberg Aurora 621 and Aurora 221 switches are a valuable extension of Netberg’s programmable switches portfolio. Both systems support Ubuntu Linux and OpenBCM Broadcom Core Switch Software Development Kit (SDK), enabling hassle-free custom software development.
Netberg provides advanced hardware solutions for data centers, telecoms, and enterprises worldwide. Netberg offers a complete line of open networking products with commercial and open-source NOS/SDN software and custom hardware and software development services.
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Effective January 12, 2024: The following products are now End of Life (EOL) - Aurora 720 and Aurora 620.
Taipei, Taiwan, 14th of November 2022. Netberg announced the new Aurora 810 400G model programmable switch with Intel Tofino 2 Intelligent Fabric Processors (IFPs) at its heart. The new platform has 32x 400G QSFP-DD Ethernet ports and a 12.8Tbps switching capacity.
Taipei, Taiwan, 24th of October 2022. Netberg participates in the new round of the Fast Forward Initiative by Intel (FFI'22). The program supports academic and research organizations today, aiming at accelerating tomorrow's best network programmability research.