The Nexus 3550 Series and Nexus SmartNIC technology, formerly Exablaze, complement Cisco’s networking portfolio and will be a key element in delivering next-generation platforms for low-latency applications.
Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA)-powered NIC and ultra-low latency switches will address the needs of latency-sensitive applications not just in the high-frequency trading space but also offer interesting design and monitoring options for new AI/ML cloud services, 5G telecommunications infrastructure, and defense applications.
In this interactive webinar, you will learn about: - Ultra-low latency innovations and the networking trends that are driving them - The networking challenges faced by organizations, particularly High Frequency Trading (HFT), that lead them to adopt this technology - New capabilities of the Nexus 3550 Series and Nexus SmartNIC technology and the role they play in delivering next generation platforms for low-latency applications
Hi, I know I can deploy few PSC nodes from PSC 12.0 OVF for redundancy. Redundant deployments on Windows (not OVF) differentiates nodes to roles - controller, PSC nodes, service link node. Does the OVF deployment also diferentiate nodes to separ...
Good morning to all of the Cisco Community,
Today in the company we have a Switch model= SG300-52 52-Port Gigabit Managed Switch, as it has an uplink SFP port of only 1 GB, the need to purchase another Cisco Switch that has a 10 GB SFP port arose.
1.How to do telnet to a destination endpoint from L3 bridge domain. 2.How does the communication happen between two bridge domains for example if i don't use contract then how does the communication happen.
Hello, i am trying to make a rack server and i would also like to make it from cisco products if not all, mostly the switch.can you recomend a starter pack of rack mounted products for begginer server? (products capaple of experimenting on for ccna)...