Microchips Integrate Capacity, Quality, and Speed

Vendors have jumped onto the bandwagon of customized solution offerings.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Feb 18, 2010
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Combining microchip with low bandwidth requirement applications help enterprise customers scale rapidly accelerating services, subscribers and bandwidth growth. As reported on Voice Data, a number of solutions providers have jumped onto the bandwagon of customized solution offerings using available resources and taking up the least storage space, with one vying to outdo the other. In this article Voice Data provides an overview on the latest offerings from vendors, including Juniper Networks, Microchip Technology, and F5 Networks.


"Keeping this in mind, Juniper Networks has announced the launch of a new generation of silicon that will enable customers to upgrade existing T Series Core Routers, to a full duplex slot capacity of 250 Gbps, with no service interruption. The new chipset lays the foundation for a total capacity of 4 Tbps in a single, half-rack system, ensuring that customers can continue to scale the T Series in line with rapidly accelerating services, subscribers and bandwidth growth. With Unified In-service Software Upgrades, customers can also upgrade Junos software from one version to the next with the minimal risk of service interruption. This chipset is also useful for delivering IPv4 and IPv6 routed services."

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