The Arista 7500 Series of modular switches sets a new standard for performance, density, reliability, and power efficiency for data centre switches. In compact 7 RU (4-slot) and 11RU (8-slot) chassis options, the Arista 7500 is an ideal platform for building low latency, high performance data centre networks.
The Arista 7100 Series features the industry's highest density and lowest latency 10 Gigabit Ethernet switching solution and the first with an extensible modular network operating system. With breakthrough price-performance, the Arista 7100 Series enables 10 Gigabit Ethernet to be deployed everywhere in the data centre, which can significantly improve server utilization and consequently data centre power efficiency.
The Arista 7050 Series is a family of compact 1RU 10GbE and 40GbE wire speed L2 and L3 switches powered by the Arista Extensible Operating System (EOS). The 7050 Series provide the performance and scalability for big data, IP Storage applications and dense virtualization environments in a flat 2-tier Leaf/Spine design, with low latency and high availability.
The Arista 7050T switches offer wire speed layer 2/3/4 performance in a compact 1RU chassis. The switches offer 48 auto-negotiating 100Mb/1Gb/10GBase-T ports with standard RJ45 interfaces and a choice of either 4 40GbE QSFP+ interfaces or 4 10GbE SFP+ uplink ports. Positioned for data centre server access the 7050T offers backwards compatibility with existing standard Gigabit Ethernet cabling and investment protection for migration to 10 Gigabit Ethernet.
The Arista 7048T switch offers unmatched performance for high-density data centre deployments. Offered with 48 100/1000BASE-T and four 1/10GbE SFP+ ports, the switch allows for a non-blocking design with 40 Gbps of uplink bandwidth. With 768 MB of packet buffer memory, the 7048T switch is designed to handle fair allocation of bandwidth to all traffic flows in the data centre.
The Arista 7124FX provides 24-ports of wirespeed and ultra-low latency 10Gb Ethernet using the flexible SFP+ package, 8 of those ports route through a dedicated and fully-programmable FPGA where customers can load their own custom applications. The FPGA supports 160Gbps of throughput and offers over 6 million programmable logic gates to run high-performance and mission-critical applications in the network.