[j-nsp] [c-nsp] juniper trinity
Richard A Steenbergen
ras at e-gerbil.net
Fri Oct 23 11:36:52 EDT 2009
On Fri, Oct 23, 2009 at 07:21:33AM -0700, Marlon Duksa wrote:
> does anyone know what is this all about:
> They say "...will reveal a new chipset it says is capable of twice the
> data-pushing capacity of the current industry record...".
> Juniper already has a 100G (half duplex) chip set on T1600 (ASIC) , and so
> does Alcatel-Lucent on 7750/7450 platforms (true network processor) . Does
> this announcement means that this new chip set will be a 200G (half duplex)
> chip set or is it all a marketing hype? Will it be an ASIC or a true NP?
> And why would they change their logo?
This article is total bunk, factually incorrect in every possible way.
Take this paragraph for example:
Juniper's new processors, what it will call the "Trio" family, will be
built into line cards--networking components that can be stacked in a
router to add capacity--that offer 16 10-gigabyte Ethernet ports. That's
twice as much bandwidth as Cisco ( CSCO - news - people ) currently
offers, though Cisco plans to launch its own 16-port devices in 2010.
If this doesn't send you screaming, nothing will. Whoever leaks this
info to these folks should do a better job of it at least. Also that new
logo is uglier than sin. :)
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