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December 13, 2014
Arista 7100 Series Switches Where low latency and stability are critical in your network architecture, whether you are working in (HFT) High Frequency Trading, video post-production or animation, we are now able to offer a solution that is breaking down barriers in TCO from a 10 Gigabit Ethernet...
November 14, 2014
Juniper’s MX Series BASE, PREMIUM, PREMIUM2, and PREMIUM3: What’s the Difference? Climbing the Juniper MX Series Mountain   We’re often asked “What are the differences among the PREM, PREM2, and PREM3 versions on the Juniper MX Series?” It’s a pretty good...
September 12, 2014
A whole lot of people are using the word “redundant” incorrectly. Unique individual? Redundant. Advance planning? Redundant. Two powers in a Juniper MX480 chassis? NOT redundant. For full redundancy in the larger MX units, you’re going to have to have all the power slots populated...
August 07, 2014
Sometimes, everything that needs to be said is already floating around on the internet, likely written by someone far more intelligent and informed. This case is no exception. Here’s a gem of an article by the Networking Nerd that covers the greatness of the Brocade ICX6610 Switch. Here are...
June 14, 2014
  Juniper SCB Differences Escape from Switch Mountain If it takes a Sherpa to guide us through the various MX Series bundles, it takes a miner to figure out what the parts do. Take the Switch Control Boards (SBC) on those units. There’s an SCB, an SCBE (“E” for “...
January 31, 2014
Heads spin when considering all the capabilities of the new Juniper QFX3500 “multipurpose” low-latency switch. At the most fundamental level, it’s a high-density 10GbE/40Gb SFP/SFP+/QSFP+ standalone switch running Junos, in a 1RU package. But this switch goes way beyond that....