Dell introduces Networking Solutions for Next-Generation Data Centers


Dell Networking has expanded its data center portfolio with the new Z9100, S4048, and S3048, giving customers operating system choices with low-latency and high-density, flexible 1, 10, 25, 40, and 100GbE switching to address the shift to next-generation multi-rate, open-enabled architectures.

The new flexible, open networking (ON) products help enterprise customers move toward software-defined networks and prepare for the future-ready data center. Open networking is inherent to Dell Networking’s strategy. Dell is supporting this shift to a modern network by delivering network switches for every area of the enterprise and providing state-of-the-art service to ensure businesses can support growing bandwidth demands and address the challenges associated with scalability and network management. The range of switching speeds (1-100GbE) offered provides customers flexibility for the life of their technology investment.

Manish Gupta dell Dell introduces Networking Solutions for Next Generation Data Centers“Traditional networking solutions do not offer the flexibility networking managers required today to address industry trends Social, Mobility, Cloud and Analytics which have increased the bandwidth requirements and workloads of data centers. Dell has always provided customers with solutions that are technologically advanced and that are optimized for today’s software- defined data center requirements. The new products announced today are designed to offer scalability, address bandwidth requirements of today’s data centers and enable them to take advantage of the open networking environments,” says Manish Gupta, Director, Enterprise Solutions Group, Dell IndiaSee more

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