- 1G price reduction
- leaf switch SKUs that combines 10G and 25G
- spine switchSKUs that combines 40G and 100G
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Among all features and improvements, there is one for the CLI-hardened guys.
The Network Command Line Utility, or NCLU, is a command line interface for Cumulus Networks products that works just like your good old CLI interface.Read More
It’s a major release with 100G support as well as new 10G Base-T models. At last, Quanta LY9 is not the only one copper platform available.
Two Mellanox models are on the list too, 40 and 100G boxes.
Software and feature enhancements released in Cumulus Linux 3.0 include:
Cumulus Linux 3.0 is available on x86 and ARM CPU architectures. Cumulus Linux 2.5 ESR supports x86, ARM and PowerPC architectures.
For more information, please review the Cumulus Linux release notes to learn about all the improvements and new features in 3.0.
We are finalizing the business transition to Netberg, which acquire all operations recently and have multiple updates to share:
1. 100G part.
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.
12% off on all Cumulus Linux subscriptions till December 31 of 2015!
The most common question about Cumulus Linux license delivery is the schedule. Is it possible to deliver immediate, or next business day or whatever? Can we forward it without delays?
This is how the process looks like:
1. Cumulus Linux license belongs to the particular customer.
2. To issue license code, they need the following information:
a) Customer name.
b) End-user name, title, telephone number and email.
c) BMS hardware model.
d) Brief project description.
3. By SLA, Cumulus Networks have 48 hours to issue the license code.
4. The license code is delivered right to end-user email.
Due to this procedure, it's not possible to keep stock of CL licenses, it's not possible to deliver on immediate terms, there is no delay on our side.
Also, if you apply for Cumulus with wire payment method - we provide 20 days open account terms.
PS don't forget about time difference - Cumulus Networks location is in California.
Now you can dive into the world of open networking, experiment and design deployment scenarios without hurting time to production and develop new applications without real hardware on site.Read More
Good news everyone: now Cumulus Linux 2.5.1 is available.
This new Cumulus Linux release adds support for new platforms to hardware compatibility list (HCL):
Read release notes for a list of fixed and open issues.
P.P.S. What is the most important in this release - support for X86 CPU in all levels of Leaf-Spine topology.
Now you can build homogeneous environment with single Network OS image and deploy all the same apps on all switches.
No more PPC-X86 concerns!
Cumulus Linux 2.5.0 is a major product release that offers key feature sets for the mainstream enterprise, along with a set of pre-tested and pre-validated solutions, thoroughly documented in a series of validated design guides.
Specifically, it adds the following new functionality:
Additional details may be found by accessing the data sheet, hardware compatibility list, and validated design guides.
For a list of fixed and open issues or upgrade procedures, please read our release notes.