Taipei, Taiwan 12th of June 2017
Netberg Ethernet switch portfolio for the data centers is expanded with the introduction of Aurora 630 25G/100G model.
The Aurora 630 is targeted to a ToR/leaf layer with its 48 25 Gigabit host ports and 16 100 Gigabit uplinks. Combined with industry-standard copper DAC cables and SFP-MSA compliant optics, it’s an ideal cost-effective solution for cloud, HPC and Enterprise applications.
Software options include ICOS, a feature-rich L2/L3/SDN web-scale NOS with industry-standard CLI and Linux shell management capabilities, and OpenSwitch, an open source, Linux-based network operating system (NOS) designed to power enterprise grade switches. Open Network Linux with OpenNSL and OF-DPA is available for a custom network application development.
“The new 25G switch is a cost-effective solution which complements our existing offering,” said Alex Ustyuzhanin, CEO of Netberg. “The Aurora 630 has a unique combination of interfaces, it offers not just non-blocking throughput between ToR and Spine layers but even more bandwidth from the 100G uplinks. Its additional 400Gbps of bandwidth may come in handy in many situations with a high-density server packed racks. Our Ethernet switch portfolio is expanding, and we have more products coming”.
All Aurora models are subjects of immediate availability.
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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