25GbE Data Center Switch; AS7312-54XS

25GbE Data Center Switch; AS7312-54XS

Xeon-D 1517 CPU AS7312-54XS can support up to 48x10/25GbE and 6x40/100GbE connections. It can be deployed as a TOR switch supporting 10/25GbE to server with 40/100GbE uplinks, or as a spine switch supporting 40/100GbE spine interconnects. The open network switch is loaded with the Open Network Install Environment(ONIE) which supports the installation of compatible Network Operating System software, including the open source options Open Network Linux and OpenSwitch, plus commercial NOS offerings.

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  • Cost effective, bare-metal switch infrastructure for data center fabric
    Deploy as TOR switch supporting 10 or 25 GbE to servers, with 40 or 100 GbE uplinks. Deploy as spine switch supporting 10,25,40 or 100 GbE TOR and spine interconnects.
  • Flexible design with Xeon-D 1517 CPU
    48x25G SFP28 plus 6x100G QSFP28 ports, each SFP28 supporting 1x10 or 25GbE and each QSFP supporting 1x100G or 1x40G. L2 or L3 forwarding of 3.6 Tbps full duplex. Support hot/cold aisle with port-to-power and power-to-port airflow SKUs.
  • Flexible design
    All ports on front; PSUs and fans accessible from rear. Hot-swappable, load-sharing, redundant AC or -48V DC or 12V DC PSUs. 5+1 redundant, hot-swappable fan modules.
  • Software compatible
    Bare-metal hardware switch pre-loaded with diagnostics software and ONIE for automated loading of compatible open source and commerical NOS offerings. Compatible with ONL, Cumulus Linux r3.6, Pica8 PicOS, SnapRoute CN-NOS, Cloud Native -NOS software.

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