Providing Performance, Reliability, Port Density

A switching solution deployed at the core meets NCSA’s demanding port density and performance requirements.

Blue Waters, one of the most powerful supercomputers in the world, required a high-performance, low-latency, reliable, and flexible core switch with a non-blocking architecture to support large data transfer out of the its 25PB file system that runs natively at 1.2TB/s, load balanced across multiple ports, delivered at 100 Gigabytes per second.

Extreme Networks met NCSA’s demanding requirements with its high-performance, low-latency, reliable, and flexible core switch. Extreme Networks’ non-blocking architecture supports NCSA’s large data transfer out of its 25PB file system that runs natively at 1.2TB/s, load balanced across multiple ports, and delivered at 100 Gigabytes per second.

 

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