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Cisco Nexus 7000 Series
Create the network foundation you need for your next-generation Unified Fabric data center and high-performance campus core. Modular Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switches deliver a comprehensive NX-OS feature set, with high-density 10, 40, and 100 Gigabit Ethernet with application-awareness and comprehensive performance analytics for the data center.
The Cisco Nexus 7000 Series offers a comprehensive, one-platform solution for the data center core network. It also provides aggregation, high density, and end-of-row and top-of-rack server connectivity. For campus core deployments, it offers a scalable, highly resilient, high-performance solution.
The Cisco Nexus 7000 Series platform runs on Cisco NX-OS Software. It was specifically designed for the most mission-critical deployments in the data center and campus.
The Cisco Nexus 7000 Series was designed around three principles:
- Infrastructure scalability: Virtualization, efficient power and cooling, high density, and performance all support efficient data center infrastructure growth.
- Operational continuity: The Cisco Nexus design integrates hardware, NX-OS software features, and management to support zero-downtime environments.
- Transport flexibility: You can incrementally and cost-effectively adopt new networking innovations and technologies.
Network Analysis Module (NAM)
The new integrated NAM brings application-awareness and comprehensive performance analytics to Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switches. It delivers superior visibility into network and application performance to help you more effectively manage network operations and services delivery in the Unified Data Center.
Enhanced Copper and Fiber F2-Series Modules
The new Cisco Nexus 7000 enhanced F2-Series (F2e) modules help to enable full Layer 2 and Layer 3 functionality. They also support Unified Fabric features such as Cisco FabricPath, FCoE, and IEEE 802.1az link encryption, and interoperability with M-Series modules in the same-Virtual Device Context (VDC).
|Number of slots
||4, 9, 10, and 18|
|Bandwidth per slot
|Max switching capacity
|Max packets per second
|1 GE density
||Up to 768 ports|
|1 GE density with Cisco Nexus 2000
||Up to 1536 ports|
|Line-rate 10 GE density
||Up to 768 ports (copper or fiber)|
|40GE and 100GE
||Up to 96 40GE ports and 32 100GE ports|
|Hitless software upgrade
In Service Software Upgrade (ISSU)|
Virtual Device Context (VDC)|
||XML and CLI script|
||Cisco Data Center Network Manager|
||Network Analysis Module (NAM)|