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100G tech enables up to 4Tb/s aggregate throughput

Posted: 11 Nov 2014 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Artesyn Embedded Technologies? software defined networking? NFV? server?

Artesyn Embedded Technologies has successful tested what it describes as the industry's first 100G ATCA technology. According to the company, the breakthrough sets the groundwork for enabling bandwidth-hungry next-generation applications in software defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualisation (NFV) deployments to achieve up to 4Tb/s aggregate throughput in a single open standards-based bladed server system.

Working with connector manufacturer, ERNI, Artesyn has developed the critical technology components (the connector and backplane) that enable 100Gb/s Ethernet connectivity in an ATCA shelf. The technology will be available in Artesyn's Centellis 8000 series systems later in the year and the first applications set to take advantage of the technology are SDN/NFV network security and optimisation, where deep packet inspection techniques are used to process massive data flows in real time.

Artesyn is implementing an innovative QuadStar backplane architecture to provide four independent networks to every blade. With today's 40G payload and switches, this allows customers the flexibility to implement 160G per blade bandwidth with no redundancy or a 120G per blade backplane if one network is used to provide redundancy. That equals an aggregated system bandwidth of 1.6Tb/s when implemented with no redundancy. This same QuadStar technology can be applied to 100G payload and switches. This gives customers the ability to deliver up to 400G to each blade (4Tb/s aggregate system bandwidth) in a non-redundant implementation or 300G with redundancy. To future proof their investment, customers can implement with 40G technology today and achieve up to 1.6Tb/s of aggregate system bandwidth then upgrade to 100G and achieve up to 4Tb/s of aggregate bandwidth in the future using the same chassis and backplane.





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