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Switching update westcon partner conference. September 2011. EX SERIES: PORTFOLIO EVOLUTION. EX8216. EX8200-VC. EX8208. EX6200. 2008. 2009. 2010. 2011. EX4500-VC. EX4500. EX4200 10-member VC. EX4200 PoE+. EX2200. EX3300 6-member VC. EX3200. EX2200-C.

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Switching update westcon partner conference

Switching updatewestcon partner conference

September 2011


Ex series portfolio evolution
EX SERIES: PORTFOLIO EVOLUTION

EX8216

EX8200-VC

EX8208

EX6200

2008

2009

2010

2011

EX4500-VC

EX4500

EX4200 10-member VC

EX4200 PoE+

EX2200

EX3300 6-member VC

EX3200

EX2200-C


Switching product positioning
SWITCHING PRODUCT POSITIONING

Modular

10GbE

EX8200

EX4500

Virtual Chassis

EX6200

EX 4200

EX3300

EX2200

EX2200-C

Hardware Redundancy

300+ ports

200+ ports

12 to 48 ports

48+ ports


What s new
What's new ?

EX3300

EX4200-PX

EX2200-C

  • EX2200-C

  • Compact, fanless Layer 2/3 GbE switches with PoE+ for micro branch, retail and workgroup deployments

  • FRS Offering:

  • Two SKUs:

  • EX2200-C-12T-2G: 12-port 10/100/1000 + 2 dual-purpose (DP) uplink ports (total 14)

  • EX2200-C-12P-2G: 12-port 10/100/1000 PoE+ + 2 dual-purpose (DP) uplink ports (total 14)

PoE+ Addition to EX4200 product family with Virtual Chassis technology

  • FRS Offering:

  • Upto 6-member virtual chassis

  • 24/48-port non-Poe/Poe+ 10/100/1000 switch

  • 4x10GE/GE SFP+/SFP uplinks. Each uplink port can be individually used for GE or 10GE applications

  • Any/all uplink ports can be configured as virtual chassis ports

  • virtual chassis by default on last two uplinks

  • 6 skus including one with back-to-front airflow

  • Fixed power supply and fans


Ex2200 c ethernet switch
EX2200-C ETHERNET SWITCH

  • 12-Port Compact, Fanless Access Switch

    • POE+ Model Option

    • 2 dual purpose SFP uplinks

    • Fanless

    • 180W AC PSU

    • L2 and Basic L3 Features

      • L2, IPv4/v6 static, RIP (in base)

      • OSPF, PIM (Enhanced License)

      • SW Feature Parity with current EX2200

    • Rack, Wall, Magnet

    • Mounting

  • Proven Juniper technology

    • JunOS operating system


  • Ex3300 line of ethernet switches
    EX3300 LINE OF ETHERNET SWITCHES

    • 24-48 Port Fixed Configuration Access Switch

      • POE+ Model Option

      • 4 SFP/SFP+ uplinks

      • Fixed power supply (AC/DC) and fans

      • Data center airflow

  • Virtual Chassis technology

    • Six-member Virtual Chassis

    • Virtual Chassis over 10 GbE uplinks

    • Virtual Chassis between switches 80Km apart.

  • Proven Juniper technology

    • JunOS operating system



  • What s new in the ex4200 px skus
    WHAT'S NEW IN THE EX4200-PX SKUS ?

    Two new skus – 24PX and 48PX

    PoE+ Addition to EX4200 product family with Virtual Chassis technology

    Ships with new efficient power supply

    Lower acoustics

    What remains the same?

    • Same flexible uplink modules

      • 4-port GbE (SFP)

      • 2-port 10GbE (XFP)

      • Dual-mode 4-port GbE/2-port 10GbE (SFP+)

    • Fully redundant power and cooling

      • Dual, hot-swappable AC, DC PSU

      • Fan FRU, multiple blowers

    • LCD display

    • Junos operating system

      • Full OSPF and IP multicast in base

      • BGP and IPv6 routing with adv. license


    Product positioning
    Product Positioning

    EX4200

    Resiliency-Power and Fans

    EX3300

    Large Scaling Tables

    Modularity-Uplinks, PSU, Fans

    Over 10GE and

    Dedicated VC ports

    Virtual Chassis

    Virtual Chassis over 10G ports

    Advanced Features

    -BGP, MPLS, ISIS

    Advanced Features

    -BGP, MPLS, ISIS

    EX2200/ EX2200-C

    10 Gig Uplinks

    10 Gig Uplinks

    Layer 3 – OSPF, PIM, IGMP

    Enh.Feat.–OSPF,PIM,IGMP

    Layer 3 – OSPF, PIM, IGMP

    PoE/PoE+

    PoE/PoE+

    PoE/PoE+

    10/100/1000

    10/100/1000

    10/100/1000

    JUNOS

    JUNOS

    JUNOS

    Medium Data Center &

    Campus Wiring Closet

    Data Center &

    Large Wiring Closet

    Branch &

    Small Wiring closet


    Ex6200 line of modular ethernet switches
    EX6200 line of modular Ethernet switches

    High-performance, cost effective modular solution for enterprise campus & data center access

    8 or 9 I/O slots & 2 or 1 Switch Routing Engine (SRE) slots

    Fully redundant SREs

    64Gbps BW per I/O slot

    Non-redundant SRE

    32Gbps BW per I/O slot

    Other SRE slot can be used as I/O slot

    Each SRE has 4 10GE SFP+ uplinks and switch fabric

    Fully redundant power and cooling

    Redundant, load-sharing AC PSUs

    Supports PoE+ on any port

    Redundant fans (2x3)

    Front-to-back airflow

    Proven Juniper technology

    Based on EX4200/EX4500/EX8200 Architecture

    Junos operating system

    Rich feature set at FRS/ Feature parity with EX4500-VC

    Focus on high-density wiring closet deployments

    Also end/middle-of-row 1G server access

     Roadmap


    Ex6210 switch front view
    EX6210 switch: Front view

    • 14 RU, 24” (H) x 17” (W) x 15” (D)

      • Passive backplane

    • Modular components

      • Junos operating system

      • 1+1 Switch Routing engines

      • Multiple power supplies

      • Fan tray

    • High performance

      • Distributed forwarding

    • High density

      • Up to 432 10/100/1000 ports

      • All linerate ports with 2 SREs

    • Management

      • Console

      • Out-of-band

      • J-Web / JUNOS Space

    8 dedicatedline cards

    1+1 redundantswitch routing engines

    SRE can be used as I/O slot

    front-to back airflow

    4 PSU bays for N+1 or N+N AC redundancy


    Ex6210 chassis overview
    EX6210 chassis overview

    8 I/O Slots and 2 SRE Slots

    4 PSU Slots

    14RU height, 24"(H) x 17"(W) x 15" (D)

    Three chassis per standard rack

    Accommodate limited depth deployments

    Passive backplane

    Support 128Gbps backplane per I/O Slot

    Front to Back Airflow

    Pre-configured SKU available from FRS:


    Ex6200 switch routing engine sre
    EX6200 Switch Routing Engine (SRE)

    Trusted Juniper Routing Engine technology

    Routing Engine and switch fabric on same module

    Carrier-class reliability

    1 + 1 Control Plane Redundancy

    1 + 0 Data Plane Redundancy (graceful degradation of fabric BW if one SRE fails)

    Master – Backup SRE

    High performance, capacity and scale

    360G of switching capacity

    1.2GHz dual-core processor

    2GB DRAM

    2GB on-board flash storage

    4 10GE SFP+ Uplinks

    Flexible management

    10/100/1000BASE-T and SFP ports for out-of-band connectivity

    USB disk support for storing configs, logs and Junos images


    Ex6200 line cards
    EX6200 LINE CARDS

    • EX6200-48T

    • 48 RJ-45 10/100/1000BASE-T interfaces

    • 3:2 oversubscribe with 1 SRE for any packet size or type

    • Line-rate with 2 SREs for any packet size or type

    • Up to 432 10/100/1000BASE-T ports per EX6210

    • 3 to 10 s port-to-port latency

    • 8 queues, 3MB buffer per Packet Forwarding Engine (PFE)

    • EX6200-48P

    • All features supported in EX6200-48T

    • Support both PoE (802.3af) & PoE+ (802.3at) on all ports


    Ex6200 power supplies
    EX6200 power SUPPLIES

    EX6200 power supplies

    2500W AC

    2100W DC

    5000W AC (FRS+2Q)

    Auto-sensing power supply

    Efficient energy consumption

    Over 90% efficient power supply design

    Carrier-class reliability

    Up to 4 load sharing and hot swappable

    supplies per chassis

    Support N+1 or N+N power redundancy

    2500W AC Power Supply

    2100W DC Power Supply


    Ex6200 cooling and environmental
    EX6200 cooling and environmental

    Front to Back Airflow

    Fan tray is installed in rear of chassis

    Fan redundancy: total of 6 fans (2x3)

    Cooling maintained with individual fan failure

    Graceful system shutdown in thermal overload situations

    NEBS environmental standard

    Exhaust

    Intake


    Ex8200 gbe poe access line cards
    EX8200 GbE/PoE+ ACCESS LINE CARDS

    EX8200-48PL, EX8200-48TL Access Card

    • 48 RJ-45 10/100/1000BASE-T or PoE (1st 12 ports PoE+)

    • 2.4:1 oversubscription

    • 24 Gbps, 36 million packets per second

    • Up to 384 PoE ports per EX8208 (3kW PSU)

    • Eight queues, 21MB buffer per port

    • EX8200-2X40P, EX8200-2X40T Combo Card

    • 40 RJ-45 1000T, 4 100/1000 SFP, 2 10GbE SFP+

    • 2.5:1 O/S on 1G copper, line rate on 1G and 10G fiber

    • 24 Gbps on 1G ports, 20Gbps on 10G ports

    • Up to 320 PoE ports plus 16 10GbE per EX8208

    • Eight queues, 21MB buffer per 1G port,512MB per 10G

    Designed for Converged Access with Aggregation/Core: “LAN-in-a-Box”


    Ex8200 extra scale line cards
    EX8200 EXTRA SCALE LINE CARDS

    EX8200-8XS-ES

    EX8200-48F-ES

    EX8200-48T-ES

    EX8200-40XS-ES

    11.1

    11.4

    • 2x larger FIB/control memory (no change to ACLs), 30% faster line-card CPU

    • Current and ongoing feature parity with standard (non-ES) cards

    • System with mixed (Standard + Extra Scale) line cards:

      • Not recommended by Juniper : Possible future option (TBD)

      • System defaults to standard table sizes; errors logged on table overflows


    Ex8200 virtual chassis technology
    EX8200 VIRTUAL CHASSIS TECHNOLOGY

    Standby XRE

    Active XRE

    • XRE SFP IO module

      • JUNOS 11.3

    EX8200 Virtual

    Chassis Switch

    2x10GE LAG

    2x10GE LAG

    XRE200



    Performs

    Scales

    Simplifies

    • Lowers Cost

    • Every application performs better

    • Build large, efficient clouds

    • Less hardware

    • Operational simplicity ofa switch

    • Greater reliability

    • Elegance of design deliverslower OPEX and CAPEX


    The rest of the data center has advanced dramatically in recent years
    THE REST OF THE DATA CENTER HAS ADVANCED DRAMATICALLY IN RECENT YEARS

    • To

    • From

    Applications

    Applications

    Software Services

    On-Premise Apps

    • Servers/Compute

    • Servers/Compute

    Virtualized Workloads

    Dedicated Servers

    Rigid, legacy model of I.T.

    • Flexible, virtualized model

    Storage

    Storage

    Shared Storage

    Dedicated Storage

    • Network

    Network

    Layers of Complexity


    Challenges of scale complexity
    Challenges of Scale - Complexity RECENT YEARS

    The ability to add capacity while minimizing complexity

    SCALABILITY:

    n = number of managed network devices

    Limits of Scale

    n x (n-1)

    Today’s Real Complexity

    ______

    2

    Capacity

    Capacity

    Complexity

    Complexity

    Ideal Complexity

    Scale


    Challenges of scale application performance
    Challenges of Scale RECENT YEARS– Application performance

    • Location matters in a tree architecture

    • Typical tree configuration

    Bubbles

    Optimal performance

    VM

    OneHop


    Challenges of scale network services
    Challenges of Scale RECENT YEARS– Network Services

    • Location matters in a tree architecture

    • Typical tree configuration

    Appliances & VLANs

    Shadows

    VM


    Transform the network
    TRANSFORM THE NETWORK RECENT YEARS

    • One Network

    • Flat, any-to-any connectivity

    VM

    • Key resourcesare one hop away

    • Key resourcesare ALWAYS one hop away

    • Locality should not matter in a virtualized data center


    Transform the network1
    TRANSFORM THE NETWORK RECENT YEARS

    • One Network

    • Flat, any-to-any connectivity

    • Single switch

    • Performance and simplicity ofa single switch

    • Single switch does not scaleSingle point of failure


    Qfabric single switch for the data center
    Qfabric RECENT YEARS - Single Switch for the data center

    Edge Services

    RemoteData Center

    Security Services

    Servers

    FC Storage

    iSCSI/NAS

    • One large, seamless resource pool


    Scalability

    Up to 6144 ports

    Runs Junos

    Rich functionality – L2/L3 switch

    Performance

    <5us, Low jitter

    Lossless

    DCB compliant

    Storage

    FCoE gateway and transit

    Simplicity

    Single switch


    Qfabric vs competition 6 000 10g b e ports
    QFabric vs. competition – 6,000 RECENT YEARS10GbE ports

    QFabric

    • QFabric

    • 1/3 fewer devices

    • 77% less powerSavings: $360K/Yr

    • 90% less floor space

    • 85% fewer links

    • 12-16x faster

    • Mgd. Devices 1 vs. 193

    • L2 AND L3

    Non-Blocking

    4

    1

    L2 & L3

    1

    125

    TRILL like – Architecture

    L3

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    L2 only

    1

    16

    ..

    ..

    ..

    ..

    ..

    ..

    ..

    The QFabric is faster than any chassis switch ever built!

    105

    167

    21

    42

    126

    147

    1

    63

    84

    • Note:

    • OS* Over Subscription 3:1

    • Ports: 6000 server ports


    QFabric RECENT YEARS – Simplicity that Scales

    • To

    • From

    Applications

    On-Premise Apps

    • Servers/Compute

    Dedicated Servers

    Rigid, legacy model of I.T.

    • Flexible, virtualized model

    Storage

    Dedicated Storage

    • QFabric

    Network

    Layers of Complexity


    Timing and direction
    Timing and Direction RECENT YEARS

    • QFX3500 shipping since March 2011

    • QFabric is shipping now!

    • Timing

    • Future directions

    • Scale down – Micro-Fabrics50-750 ports

    • 40GbE and 100GbEaccess speeds

    • Provide a fully blended fabric with full fibrechannel services


    Qfabric hardware
    QFabric HARDWARE RECENT YEARS

    QFabric Interconnect

    Connects all the QF/Node devices

    QFabric Node

    Media independent I/O ToR deviceCan be run in independent or fabric mode

    QFabric Director

    2U fixed configurationX86-based system architecture


    Qfabric hardware qfabric interconnect
    QFabric hardware RECENT YEARS– QFabric INTERCONNECT

    • QFabric Interconnect

    • 21 U high 8-slot chassis

    • 128 QSFP+ 40G ports – wire speed

    • 8 fabric cards (10.24 Tbps/ chassis)

    • Dual redundant control board

    • Redundant AC power supply

    • Front-to-back air flow

    Front View

    Rear View


    Fabric hardware qfabric node
    Fabric hardware – RECENT YEARSQFabric Node

    • QFabric Node

    Front View

    • 1 U fixed configuration

    • 48 SFP+/36 SFP ports

    • 12 FC capable (2/4/8G) ports

    • 4 * 40G fabric uplink ports (can also operate in 10G mode)

    • Redundant AC power supply

    • Front-to-back air flow

    Rear View

    Will also operate as a

    Standalone Switch

    QFX3500

    4 QSFP+ ports

    48 SFP+/36 SFP ports

    12 FC Capable ports


    Qfabric hardware qf director
    QFabric hardware RECENT YEARS– QF/Director

    • QFabric Director

    • 2 U device

    • Has GbE ports to connect to QFabric Node and Interconnect devices

    • Based on x86 architecture


    Qfabric summary
    Qfabric Summary RECENT YEARS

    SeamlessIntegration

    ReducedTCO

    ExponentialScale

    • HighPerformance

    • Convergence of FC, Ethernet and FCoE

    • Seamless integrationwith existing network infrastructuresand services

    • Works with any server, storage, hypervisor, management and orchestration systems

    • Doesn’t need forklift upgrade

    • OpEx: Single deviceto manage, one OS, lower power, spaceand cooling

    • CapEx: fewer devices, lower incremental costto scale-up

    • Built for scalable DC – 10s of 1000s of end-points

    • True fabric for virtualization, convergence and cloud-ready infrastructure

    • Ultra-low latency delivers superior performance

    • Non-blocking and any-to-any connectivity

    • Predictable application performance

    • Built with high availability ground-up


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