Cumulus Linux - upgrade license

Mfg. Part: UPGR-CUM2100-40G | CDW Part: 4589388 | UNSPSC: 43233004
Availability: In Stock Ships same day if ordered before 4 PM CT
Was $4,182.00
$2,762.99 Advertised Price
Lease Option ($81.51/month)
Note: Leasing is available to businesses only. Leasing is not available to individuals.
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  • Upgrade license
  • 1 switch
  • for 40G Switch
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  • Upgrade license
  • 1 switch
  • for 40G Switch
The network paradigm is an open ecosystem where businesses can choose between various industry standard networking gear, network operating systems and network applications to meet their business needs. Cumulus Linux is the Linux network operating system. It is not just based on Linux, it is Linux and offers the entirety of the Linux experience on networking hardware. Existing open source and commercial Linux applications run natively on industry standard switches, rich datacenter networking solutions are augmented to support large scale CLOS fabrics and next generation architectures, and applications are developed and integrated rapidly, enabling time to market and further innovation.

The same Cumulus Linux distribution supports a broad range of switches from different vendors. Customers can choose from a wide range of platforms with various port densities ranging from 48 x 1G ports to wire-rate 32 x 40G ports with the industry leading switching silicon, various form factors and various capabilities. The industry standard hardware comes with an open network install environment (ONIE) for zero touch install of the network operating system of choice. This open approach enables choice with the best hardware, software, applications, network architectures and no vendor lock-in.

Cumulus Linux is the missing piece needed to build a modern, scalable data center, bringing the same paradigms of manageability, clustering, monitoring and orchestration that are applied at the server and virtual machine layer today to the network, and realizing the full promise of the software-de?ned data center.

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