Penguin Computing Introduces Arctica 3200xlp Network Switches

The technology provides 40 GB copper and optical links for leaf spine connectivity.

Penguin Computing, a provider of high-performance enterprise data center and cloud solutions, has updated the company’s product line of high performance network switches with the new Arctica 3200xlp.

The Arctica 3200xlp, according to the company, complements the Arctica 4806xp, focusing on different layers of the modern data center network architecture. The 3200xlp switch for the aggregation spine layer provides 32 ports of 40 GB Ethernet connectivity. These uplinks provide cost-efficient, industry standard Twinax cables.

“The new 10G and 40G switches from Penguin Computing meet a growing demand for open networking platforms globally,” said Reza Malekzadeh, vice president of Business, Cumulus Networks. “The expanded portfolio, the first of its kind featuring platforms with hardware VXLAN and x86 CPU, enables our joint customers to achieve affordable capacity and improved workflow orchestration while leveraging flexible architectures for their high-performance computing and enterprise applications.”

For more information, visit Penguin Computing.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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