Hyperscale Data Center

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Supporting your data center needs today and in the future

Massive scale, highly portable, flexible and scalable

Hyperscale and cloud data center is the data center with hundreds of thousands of individual servers that are connected via a high-speed virtual network. Hyperscale/cloud data center operators pursue lower total cost of ownership and higher-level modularity and scalability in order to offer the end users on-demand IT capacity with highest efficiency and flexibility at any time anywhere.

Hyperscale Data Center Considerations

Leverage Data Center Innovation for Greater Efficiency and Profitability

Leverage Data Center Innovation for Greater Efficiency and Profitability

The data center interconnect application has emerged as an important and fast-growing segment in the network landscape. This article will explore several of the reasons for this growth, including market changes, network architecture changes, and technology changes.

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Cabling the Spine-and-Leaf Network Switch Fabric

Cabling the Spine-and-Leaf Network Switch Fabric

Spine-and-leaf architecture provided us the predictable high-speed network performance and the reliability within the network switch fabric. It enables the significant efficiency improvement for the hyperscale and cloud data centers that need to transmit more “east-west” traffic.

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Are you doing any port monitoring?

Are you doing any port monitoring?

It has been a significant challenge for the hyperscale/cloud data center to maintain high-performance network with low tolerance for the downtime. They need to have full visibility to all network traffic in real time without sacrificing port density and rack space. Port tap network monitoring that can be integrated into the cabling infrastructure is a reliable and future-proof solution to consider. 

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Deploying 400G Ethernet

Deploying 400G Ethernet: Optics, cable-plant and data center infrastructure

The appeal of 400G Ethernet is clear: bandwidth demand continues to grow, fueled by new artificial intelligence and machine learning applications, faster CPUs, server-less computer and distributed flash storage. Upgrading datacenters from 100G to 400G provides the simplest, lowest power and most cost-effective way to continue to scale network performance. Hear from Arista and Corning in this recorded webinar.

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