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  • The Cavium OCTEON II CN66XX integrates up to 10 MIPS64 cores and most-advanced hardware acceleration for networking, mobile infrastructure, control-plane and data-center applications providing superior performance within highly constrained power and cost designs.

  • The combination of the 128 nxCPUs with quad-issue and a superior memory sub-system architecture makes the device ideally suited for both data-plane applications that are inherently sensitive to memory latencies as well as control-plane applications that require best-in-class processing performance.

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  • By utilizing a single source operating system, Juniper delivers a consistent implementation and operation of control-plane features across products, ensuring unmatched carrier-class reliability and operational simplicity.

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  • The new family is comprised of seven devices with system interconnect solutions targeting data - and services-plane traffic as well as control-plane traffic.

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  • Devices for control-plane traffic include 32 -, 24 -, 16 - and 12-lane devices with port counts of 24 -, 16 - and 12-port devices in various configurations.

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  • Many network infrastructure components have been control-plane enabled for years, since 2001 or so, in fact.

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  • A single-chip control/data-plane network processor combines control-plane and data-plane processing on a single chip.

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  • Because of the varying characteristics of control-plane and data-plane processing, these two tasks have typically been performed on separate chips.

    Network Processor

  • While everyone seems aware of the capability of Infrastructure 2.0 to be managed and integrated with the rest of a cloud-based ecosystem via a standards-based control-plane API, there's more to infrastructure 2.0 than meets the eye, here.

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  • This is largely a function of control-plane processing power, and reflects Arista's use of a dual-core 1. 8-GHz x86 CPU, a powerful processor for a top-of-rack switch.

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