The Arista 7280R Data Center Switch Router Series offers purpose-built, fixed-configuration 10/40/100GbE systems, specifically designed for the largest scale data centers. The routers combine scalable L2 and L3 resources and high density with advanced features for network monitoring, precision timing and network virtualization to deliver scalable and deterministic network performance simplifying designs and reducing expenses. The series runs Arista EOS a modular switch operating system with advanced monitoring and a unique state sharing architecture used by all Arista products.
- A choice of 10GBASE-T or 10GbE SFP+ with 40/100GbE QSFP uplinks.
- A choice of 1RU and 2RU 40/100GbE systems.
- Flexible interface speeds including 25GbE and 50GbE.
- Ultra-deep packet buffer up to 32GB.
- Innovative AlgoMatch support for higher performance and power savings.
Scalable Fixed Configuration
The Arista 7280R Data Center Switch Router Series is a purpose-built, fixed-configuration 10/40/100GbE system for higher performing environments, specifically the largest scale datacenters.
Combines scalable L2 and L3 resources and high density with advanced features for network monitoring, precision timing and network virtualization to deliver scalable and deterministic network performance while simplifying designs and reducing expenses.
Addresses the requirements for modern networking and rich multi-media content delivery requiring a lossless forwarding solution in a compact and energy efficient form factor.
Can be deployed in a wide range of open networking solutions including large-scale L2 and L3 cloud designs, overlay networks, virtualized or traditional enterprise datacenter networks.
A broad range of interfaces and density choices provide deployment flexibility.
Supported by Arista EOS
Arista EOS is a modular switch operating system with a unique state sharing architecture that is used by all Arista products.
Built on top of a standard Linus kernel, all EOS processes run in their own protected memory space and exchange state through an in-memory database.
Provides the foundation for in-service software updates and self-healing resiliency together with stateful switchover without the loss of data plane forwarding.