Open Networking

One go-to-market model, one cloud-to-edge stack and one stop for open source network architecture – without the supply chain concerns.

Scalability, Customer Choice and Affordable Capacity

Open networking solutions from Hewlett Packard Enterprise free you from vendor lock-in and give you the ability to scale your cloud data centre network to meet your business requirements, while using the resources that best suit your needs and lowering your costs.

Avoid vendor lock-in

Disaggregated networking solutions give you the choice to build networks that best suit your business needs.

Scale without limits

Use reliable CLOS fabrics and L3 networking to scale your cloud data centre to match your application needs.

Accelerate Innovation

With lower TCO, businesses can invest in innovations that will reduce time to service and boost competitiveness and customer satisfaction. 

An Accountable Partner

Protect your open networking investments with HPE. Get the flexibility of open industry standards and the benefit of brite-box solutions backed by the networking experts of HPE with decades of leadership and worldwide local support.

A family of disaggregated open networking switches that cover the full spectrum of networking speeds from 10/100/100BASE-T to 25/10/40/50/100GbE. Perfect for deployment in cloud data centres of both service providers and enterprises with customer facing applications.

  • Ports
    • 32 QSFP+ 40GbE ports
  • Throughput
    • 1,440Mpps maximum
  • Routing/switching capacity
    • 2,560Gbps maximum
  • VXLAN hardware support
    • Supports VTEP overlay technologies
  • Management features
    • Command-line interface
    • Out-of-band management
    • SNMP manager
    • Telnet
    • FTP
  • Layer 2 switching
    • VLAN support provides support for 4,096 VLAN IDs

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Blog Post : What is Open networking?

What is Open networking?
Blog Post

These days, depending on who you ask, you get a different view on what open networking really means.

Article : HPE and partners announce OpenSwitch open source OS

HPE and partners announce OpenSwitch open source OS

HP goes after Cisco, Arista with open source OS

1. Credit Suisse Securities Research and Analytics, September 2013.