Arista DCS-7060CX-32S-F

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Arista DCS-7060CX-32S-F 7060X, 32x100GbE QSFP & 2x SFP+ Switch, Rear-to-Front Airflow, 2xAC

Model Overview

The 7060CX-32S delivers 32 QSFP100 ports in a 1RU system with an overall throughput of 6.4Tbps. All ports allow for a choice of 5 speeds including 100GbE, 40GbE, 4x10GbE, 4x25GbE or 2x 50GbE with a wide choice of QSFP transceivers and cables. All QSFP ports can operate in any mode without limitation enabling a wide choice of combinations for both top of rack and spine deployment. The Arista 7060CX-32S supports latency as low as 450ns in cut-through mode, and a shared 16 MB packet buffer pool that is allocated dynamically to ports that are congested.


Increased adoption of high performance servers coupled with applications using higher bandwidth is accelerating the need for dense 40 and 100 Gigabit Ethernet switching in both leaf and spine tiers of modern networks. The Arista 7060X and 7260X Series are purpose built high performance, high density, fixed configuration, data center switches with wire speed layer 2 and layer 3 features, combined with advanced features for software defined cloud networking and emerging requirements. The Arista 7060X and 7260X are key components of the Arista portfolio of data center switches delivering a rich choice of interface speed and density allowing customers to seamlessly evolve from existing 10GbE and 40GbE to 25GbE, 50GbE and 100GbE.

The 7060CX-32S and 7260CX-64 support a flexible combination of speeds including 10G, 25G, 40G and 100G in compact form factors that allows customers to design networks to accommodate the myriad different applications and east-west traffic patterns found in modern data centers whilst providing investment protection.

The 7260QX Series are purpose built high density and low power 40GbE systems that enable cost effective solutions with flexible and scalable resources for layer 2 and layer 3 designs.

Combined with Arista EOS both the 7060X and 7260X Series deliver advanced features for cloud, big data, virtualized and traditional data centers.