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Fabric Extensibility: Single Point of Policy and Simplified Management at Scale
Cisco announced innovations to its data center network technologies whic enhance virtual security frameworks, increase visibility, control of virtual workloads, and reduce deployment times. Then, on October 25th, there will be a customer-focused broadcast event, “Evolutionary Fabric. Revolutionary Scale,” where you can ask questions and get more information. To register, please click here
Cisco introduced additions to its data center networking portfolio that address these needs and deliver unmatched architectural flexibility and scale for physical, virtual or cloud computing environments.
One new highlight of many is the Second generation of Cisco Nexus 7000 Series.
Many of today's emerging applications require data centers to scale from a few hundred to several thousand server nodes, while also meeting the unique demands of new IT models such as Cloud Computing, the growth of video traffic and high expectations of more connected mobile users. I can agree with the last two since I currently experiencing this.
The new Fabric 2 module and new high density L2/L3 10GbE F2 Series line card for the Nexus 7000 Series offer the industry's highest performance (768 Line Rate L2/L3 10GbE ports in a single Nexus 7000 Series chassis) and reduced power per port (less than 10W per 10GE port.) Combined with integrated FabricPath and Fabric Extender (FEX) support, the Cisco fabric architecture delivers unparalleled scale and operational simplicity. Simultaneously stream 4.5 million Netflix movies (average Netflix movie about 3.5GB.) Download in 114 seconds the 250 million photos that get posted to Facebook each day (at an average 1MB per photo.) 'Tweet' in 3.6 seconds every one of the millions of tweets that generates about 8TB of Twitter traffic during the course of a typical day.