The Asterfusion CX11008-N series is high-density, open-source leaf/ spine switch which provides high-capacity, standards-based L2/L3 switching ability up to 12.8Tbps to meet tomorrow’s MSDC (Massively Scale Data Center) performance and bandwidth in 4RU form factor. It is well suited for cloud,NVME,AI and HPC latency-sensitive applications by using Marvell Teralynx chip.
CX11008-N-S 128 x 100G QSFP28
CX11008-N-E 64 x 100G QSFP28 + 16 x 400G QSFP-DD
CX11008-N-A 32 x 400G QSFP-DD
3+1 Redundant Power Supply
3+1 Redundant Fan Modules
Support widely adopted routing protocols and IPV4 /IPV6 protocols.
Support virtualization and overlay network functions.
Support DCB, DCBX and other advancing functions, helping data center build lossless Ethernet.
WebUI, CLI, SNMP, ZTP greatly simplified network management and maintenance.
The Asterfusion CX11008-N offers industry-leading low latency switching capabilities as low as ~500ns in most application scenarios. Allowing it to more than satisfy the requirements of latency-sensitive applications, such as NVME, IoT,VR/AR/MR, high-frequency trading, big data analysis,ceph, machine learning and etc.
The CX11008-N switch supports INT(In-band Network Telemetry) which provides accurate and comprehensive real- time network telemetry information including port interfaces, packet latency, packet queue lengths, etc. Cloud data center network administrators can leverage INT information to optimize their business applications and network operations, helping to build efficient, intelligent and highly resilient data center networks.
The CX11008-N switch supports RoCE v2 which allows remote direct memory access (RDMA) over an Ethernet network. It solves the delay of server-side data processing and frees up the CPU to do more important tasks, such as running applications and processing large amounts of data. It increases bandwidth and reduces latency, jitter, and CPU consumption, helping to build highly efficient and cost-effective data center networks.
The Asterfusion CX11008-N switch Supports ZTP (Zero Touch Provisioning), which be able to retrieve configuration files from local or remote file servers and then load the configurations into the switches automatically.
In addition, ONIE(open network install environment)is also preloaded on the switch. With ONIE,it can automatically install, upgrade and manage different versions of network operating system software. This combination of ZTP and ONIE would allow data center administrators to cut down the OAM workload and hence significantly reduce the overall operational cost.