All of this is calling for more flexible (and often higher-scale) fabrics, which is one reason why Brocade’s IP Fabrics are gaining traction in networks both large and small, and in enterprises and service providers worldwide.
on 10-04-201609:42 AM - last edited on 11-01-201604:30 PM by jason_cmgr
The Product Management team in Brocade’s Switching, Routing and Analytics Business Unit is shipping the 230Tbps-capable SLX 9850 router to NANOG 68 in Dallas (October 17-19). It will be presented at NANOG’s “Beer and Gear” event on Tuesday afternoon, October 18 at 6:00PM.
This high-end router is especially suited to IP fabric and core-aggregation