Arista DCS-7508R-BND

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Arista DCS-7508R-BND 7508R Chassis bundle. Includes 7508N chassis, 6x3kW PS, 6xFM-R, 1xSup2

- DCS-7508-CH: Arista 7508 chassis, 2 supervisor slots, 8 line card slots, 6 fabric slots

- 6x 3kW AC Power Supply for 7300 and 7500N series

- 6x DCS-7508R-FM 7500R Series Fabric (integrated fan) Module for 7508 and 7508N Chassis, required for fabric slots 1-6

- 1x DCS-7500-SUP2 Supervisor-2 module for 7500 Series

The Arista 7500R Series of purpose built modular switches deliver the industry’s highest performance with 115Tbps of system throughput to meet the needs of the largest scale data centers. They combine scalable L2 and L3 resources and high density with advanced features for network monitoring, precision timing and network virtualization to deliver scalable and deterministic network performance while simplifying designs and reducing Opex.

The 7500R can be deployed in a wide range of open networking solutions including large scale layer 2 and layer 3 cloud designs, overlay networks, virtualized or traditional enterprise data center networks. Deep packet buffers and large routing tables allow for internet peering applications and provides complete deployment flexibility.

Available in a compact system design, as a choice of 12, 8 and 4 slot, the Arista 7500R is the next generation of the 7500 Series and delivers seamless upgrades ensuring investment protection of fabric modules, line cards and supervisor modules while setting a new standard for performance, density, reliability, and power efficiency. The 7500R can support up to 432 ports of wire speed 100GbE and 40GbE and offers over 115 Tbps of total capacity with a broad choice of line cards. Every 100GbE interface supports a choice of 5 speeds including 25GbE and 50GbE providing unparalleled flexibility and the ability to seamlessly transition data centers to the next generation of Ethernet performance.

All components are hot swappable, with redundant supervisor, power, fabric and cooling modules with front-to-rear airflow. The system is purpose built for data centers and is energy efficient with typical power consumption of under 25 watts per 100GbE port for a fully configured chassis. These attributes make the Arista 7500R an ideal platform for building reliable and highly scalable data center networks.

Arista EOS

All Arista products including the 7500R Series runs the same Arista EOS software, binary image simplifying network administration with a single standard across all switches. Arista EOS is a modular switch operating system with a unique state sharing architecture that cleanly separates switch state from protocol processing and application logic. Built on top of a standard Linux kernel, all EOS processes run in their own protected memory space and exchange state through an in-memory database. This multi-process state sharing architecture provides the foundation for in-service-software updates and self-healing resiliency together with stateful switchover without the loss of data plane forwarding.

Arista EOS enables advanced monitoring and automation capabilities such as Zero Touch Provisioning, LANZ, VM Tracer and Linux based tools to be run natively on the switch.

Software Defined Cloud Networks

Arista Software Defined Cloud Networking (SDCN), combines the principles that have made cloud computing the unstoppable force that it is: automation, self service provisioning, and linear scaling of both performance and economics coupled with the trend in Software Defined Networking that delivers: network virtualization, custom programmability, simplified architectures, and lower capital expenditure. This combination creates a best-in-class software foundation for maximizing the value of the network to both the enterprise and service provider data center. A new architecture for the most mission-critical location within the IT infrastructure that simplifies management and provisioning, speeds up service delivery, lowers costs and creates opportunities for competitive differentiation, while putting control and visibility back in the hands of the network and systems administrators.