Taipei, Taiwan 19th of June 2019.
Netberg today announced the new Aurora 820 and Aurora 830 400G models with Broadcom Tomahawk3 and Trident4 ASICs respectively. The new platforms support 100G and 400G Ethernet with 32 QSFP-DD ports and 12.8Tbps of switching capacity.
The Aurora 820 is a low-latency design that meets tomorrow’s data center scale and bandwidth. It’s a perfect choice for building a next-gen fabric for demanding workloads such as Deep Learning and NVMe storage networks with wire-speed Layer 2 and Layer 3 performance. Rich traffic instrumentation, automation, in-band telemetry, and visibility features are a vital part of future networking.
The Aurora 830 is a design that addresses performance, capacity, and service requirements of the next-gen networks with its fully programmable forwarding and instrumentation capabilities while offering minimal power consumption and latency. It’s flexible in-band and streaming telemetry, large scale forwarding databases with flexible allocation, and support for the latest in data center protocols are paired with a wide variety of load-balancing and congestion management technologies enabling high network utilization. Aurora 830 is runtime programmed using the NPL high-level language.
“We are excited to announce advanced 400G Ethernet products today,” said Alex Ustyuzhanin, CEO of Netberg. “Netberg aims at bringing the best-in-class Open Networking products to the market. The new series of Aurora switches will fit perfectly into the network for a service provider, edge, 5G, and IoT applications, handling exponential traffic growth.”
The new 800 Series products are shipping in Q4 2019.
Netberg is a provider of advanced hardware solutions for data centers and enterprises worldwide. With vast expertise in hardware and software, we aim to provide the best solutions for servers, storage, Ethernet switches and integrated rack systems. More information about Netberg can be found at www.netbergtw.com
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