Cisco ONE Nexus 7700 18 Slot Chassis - switch - rack-mountable

Mfg.Part: C1-N7718 | CDW Part: 5045476 | UNSPSC: 43222612
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  • Switch
  • rack-mountable
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Cisco ONE Nexus 7700 18 Slot Chassis - switch - rack-mountable
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Main Features
  • Switch
  • rack-mountable
The Cisco Nexus 7700 18-Slot Switch, with 16 I/O module slots, supports 768 x 1 and 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports, 384 x 40 Gigabit Ethernet ports, and 192 x 100 Gigabit Ethernet ports, to meet the demands of the largest data center deployments. It has two dedicated half-slot supervisors to provide full redundancy, stateful supervisor switchover, and hitless In-Service Software Upgrade (ISSU) capabilities.

The Cisco Nexus 7700 18-Slot Switch has six fabric module slots to provide simultaneously active fabric channels to each of the I/O and supervisor modules. Through the parallel forwarding fabric architecture, the Cisco Nexus 7700 18-Slot Switch can achieve 42 Tbps of forwarding capacity or more. Front-to-back airflow helps ensure that the Cisco Nexus 7700 18-Slot Switch addresses the requirement for hot-aisle and cold-aisle deployments to support efficient cooling.

The system uses three redundant fan trays for cooling. Each fan tray is composed of independent variable-speed fans that automatically adjust to the ambient temperature, to reduce power consumption in well-managed facilities while helping to enable optimum operation of the switch. The system also allows hot swapping of fan trays without negatively affecting the system.

The Cisco Nexus 7700 18-Slot Switch can have up to sixteen 3 kW power supplies. The smaller power supply configuration provides more flexibility and greater control in power provisioning. The 16 power supply bays are designed for future growth, and most common configurations do not require the use of all power supply units for redundant power configurations.