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New Switches with Nephos Taurus ASIC

Monday, October 8, 2018 4:17:09 PM Asia/Taipei

Netberg Aurora 740 with 64x 100G QSFP28 ports and Netberg Aurora 705 with 32x 100G QSFP28 ports are available from now on.

Netberg Aurora 740 is our first product with 64x 100G QSFP28 ports; it can double your network size using the same quantity of Spine switches. It's price point in unbelievably low, just US$12K!

With Nephos Taurus ASIC at heart, those models offer a unique combination of energy efficiency, performance, and programmability.

At the moment of their release, Open Network Linux and Microsoft SONiC are ready for use.


Comments | Posted By Alice Yew

ICOS release for the Aurora 720 switch.

Monday, February 29, 2016 2:11:27 PM Asia/Taipei

ICOS release for the Aurora 720 switch.

The Aurora 720 switch is available with ICOS NOS for the deployment.

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Comments | Posted By Alex U

Large December update

Friday, December 18, 2015 2:01:13 PM Asia/Taipei

Hi all,

We are finalizing the business transition to Netberg, which acquire all operations recently and have multiple updates to share:

1. 100G part.

Major update so far - cost-effective 100G Aurora 720 switch, very close to 40G box price point and we expect it to be on par very soon. We are working on NOS compatibility and APD enablement.

Samples of Edge-Core AS7712-32X now available, Tomahawk box with X86 control plane and redundant PSU.

2. 1G part.

New 1G Edge-Core AS4610-54T/54P is a new word in bare metal switching. New price point for an L3 box with Broadcom Helix4 silicon, 48 1G Base-T, four 10G SFP+ and two 20G QSFP ports box is way lower than previous offers from anyone - just $1400!

The switch is compatible with Cumulus Linux and Pica8, check our compatibility guide. A unique feature is a PoE support in the 54P SKU, the first time in the open networking history.

3. New Cumulus Linux release - 2.5.5.

A couple of new features and Nutanix Prism integration as well as stability and robustness improvements. Check out the release notes.

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