World VoIP NewsArista releases universal VoIP switch of 7500E series
Arista releases universal VoIP switch of 7500E series
Prominent industry player in segment of VoIP communications Arista has announced about the release of its proprietary VoIP switch 7500E series. In accordance with the company’s report, the 7500E VoIP switch is an array that delivers a combination of new line cards and fabric pieces of equipment that massively boost up the overall performance of basic 7500 environment.
There are four new line cards released to back up the 7500E, such as 12x 100GbE line card developed along with collaborated SR-10 optics to empower facilitated traffic, a 48x10GbE line card attached with dedicated two triple-speed 100GbE uplinks; also single 48x10GbE line card. The array of cards empowers massive increase in overall productivity and VoIP traffic speed, such as disparate 256K ARP entries, routes, and multi-channelled routes, 64-channeled multi chassis link facilitation and 64-way least cost multi path. As an outcome, the network can be scaled up to support vast operational volumes with differentiated hosts and routes, as well as numerous parallel ways. Being the dedicated VoIP switch, the 7500E core structure could be described as a leaf data center taxonomy, delivering massive buffers per single port, in order to support all kinds of operational activities. The buffers back up the traffic spikes within the network, handling the differentiated senders enabled of keeping up to 40GbE flows that are all aimed to arrive to the same destination point. Arista’s powerful network structure positions itself as the company shall install the network once, and forget about it. When such an attitude is used, the kind of computation model or business VoIP deployments backed up by the network doesn’t matter at all. The federated approach, along with the savvy distribution of workloads, the system develops a true data center. A stated officials from Arista VP, "Our clientele shall be capable to implement the all aspects of a network and operate it at any time, by means of the protocols they are acquaint with. The roster of solutions to chose from includes Nicira, Big Switch and others. Customers should be empowered to work with all the aspects without impact on middleware, also without changing the software on the border pieces of equipment."
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