Cisco Silicon One Easily Shatters the 25.6T Barrier
Today we expand the Cisco Silicon One portfolio with three new devices to include 25.6T and 8T web scale switching devices and an 8T routing device. With three new 7nm devices released in just five months from our last announcement, we continue to expand our network coverage at an unheard-of pace. All this with a fully unified architecture, SDK, and P4 forwarding code offers convergence without compromise!
Co-Packaged Optics and an Open Ecosystem
The pace of bandwidth growth isn’t slowing down, and each generation draws more power than the last. To address this, the industry needs to move to co-packaged optics. Today we are announcing a collaboration between Inphi and Cisco to drive an open ecosystem around the technology.
How Cisco Silicon One Can Help You Save Millions
Compare to other architectures, Cisco Silicon One can save up to 580kW of power in a web scale data center, fundamentally changing the economics of the industry. Web scalers can turn this into cost savings, increase revenue by adding more servers or help minimize their carbon footprint.
Turn Router Power into Cash Savings with Better Silicon
Power is our fundamental limitation. It limits what we can build, what customers can deploy, and what our planet can sustain. This creates a technological imperative, a business imperative and most importantly a moral imperative to innovate. Learn how Cisco Silicon One may reduce your power bill by up to 71% saving over $140,000 per system and help save the planet.
Cisco Silicon Powers the Best Systems
Learn about the Cisco custom silicon that goes in to our high-performing, specialized networking hardware.
Making an Eco-Friendly Network with Cisco Silicon One
Discover how Cisco Silicon One can change the environmental impact of your network.
ONE Silicon, ONE Experience, MULTIPLE Roles
Today, I’m thrilled to announce Cisco Silicon One™- a ground-breaking, new silicon architecture that has elevated routing silicon’s performance to the same level as switching silicon’s performance – both from a bandwidth and power efficiency perspective – but we are also paving the way to faster performance gains in the near future.