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ZTE Rolls Out New Generation Core Switch

October 04, 2010
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ZTE Corporation has launched the ZXR10 8900E new-generation core switch series based on the ultra-large capacity switching 100G+ platform.

The ZXR10 8900E is designed for a full-service metro network and datacenter networks, and caters to operators, including multi-service convergence, MPLS-based mobile broadband backhaul network, wholesale bandwidth, and core switching in datacenters.

“The key components of the ZXR10 8900E have integrated the latest results from ZTE’s IC design center, including enhanced link-based OAM detection, highly reliable clock recovery and intelligent switching,” said Zhao Qiang, general manager and in data communications in charge in ZTE’s carrier network product line.

The ZXR10 8900E is based on ZTE’s 100G+ platform and with a virtual switching cluster, it supports 1+1 cluster and 1+3 cluster, to facilitate centralized management of over 2000 10G ports.

In terms of core chip architecture, the ZXR10 8900E switch series supports up to 640Gbps of switching capacity per chip and 960Mpps L2-L7 packet processing capability.

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