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See Huawei Unveils Service Router. The biggest news is up-front in the press release: Given the industry’s penchant for doubling capacities, that probably means capacity for Gigabit Ethernet flows.
If it’s truly available, then it’s a step ahead of others. Huawei’s press release mentions capacity for just Gigabit Ethernet flows, though, so there’s some statistical multiplexing going on if you max out every slot. Come to think nd80e it, I don’t see a mention of how many slots it has. The press release goes on to list a lot huawdi the features that have been glommed into routers: There’s even video monitoring, something that’s becoming a hot router item. All told, it sounds like an interesting entry.
Now, I didn’t quite make it out to Singapore for CommunicAsia. I did walk about halfway down the block at one point today.
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If you found this interesting or useful, please use the links to the services below to share it with other readers. You will need a free account with each service to share an item via that service. Huawei’s Big Router Similar threads happen over and over, so maybe LR folks should take notes There seem to be three types of “slot bandwidth” floating around. First Type 1 is a random, exorbitant number invented by corporate marketeers. This number is not rooted in any reality.
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This bandwidth may or may not be utilized fully by the linecards. It can be reported as “full-duplex” or “half-duplex” – aka “Cisco math” – number. Third Type 3 is the actual revenue-generating througput per slot available commercially. It includes packet engines, fabric adapters and switch fabric. This number is virtually always full-duplex and is the only one that really matters.
Now let’s check the platforms mentioned by Craig. As you can see, we are not speaking of just “doublemath” – it’s x off. It’s a known fact that Huawei builds their routers entirely from off-the-shelf components, although they like to deny it. Not understanding this important difference leads to comparing real oranges to imaginary je80e.
Huawei’s Big Router Thanks for the refresher, Volkot. I did leave out a “Juniper says” in the part about Juniper, which Hiawei added.
And I’ve reworded the opening to make it more clear that I don’t yet know what Huawei can deliver now as opposed to later — like the ASR