Cisco Silicon One
Enabling a new generation of AI with Ethernet
Ethernet is well-placed to support the massive scale that the world’s largest AI network fabrics require, and it has a broad base of suppliers. Cisco will partner with you to build an AI infrastructure that matches your business model.
Cisco Silicon One Breaks the 51.2 Tbps Barrier
Today we expand the Cisco Silicon One™ portfolio with two new 5nm devices targeting web-scale spine roles and Ethernet-based artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) deployments. Cisco Silicon One devices now span from 3.2 Tbps to 51.2 Tbps, with a converged architecture and software development kit for true convergence without compromise.
Building AI/ML Networks with Cisco Silicon One
Customers can deploy Cisco Silicon One to power their AI/ML networks and configure the network to use standard Ethernet, telemetry assisted Ethernet, or fully scheduled fabrics. As workloads evolve, they can continue to evolve their thinking with Cisco Silicon One’s programmable architecture.
Cisco Demonstrates Co-packaged Optics (CPO) System at OFC 2023
At OFC 2023, Cisco will perform a technology demonstration of Co-Packaged Optics in a full data center Switch.
Enabling the Web Evolution
Covering the evolution taking place in the Web segment, the trends and inflections we see in those areas, and how we are partnering with our customers on their digital transformation journeys.
Myth Busting Part 3: Not all 400G and 800G switches are created equally
While other network providers continue to use commodity chips, Cisco has been developing custom silicon for Nexus switches since 2014. Creating our own ASIC was the only way to fully realize the promise of software-defined networking and enable advanced capabilities like network segmentation, flexible forwarding, intelligent buffering, and deep telemetry.
The Network. Powering Hybrid Work.
Cisco is releasing several innovative technology enhancements that will enhance IT’s ability to support hybrid work in all types of organizations.
Cisco Silicon One Powers the Next-Generation Enterprise Switches
The new Catalyst enterprise switches include Cisco Silicon One Q200 ASICs, delivering truly converged switching and routing silicon architecture. Learn how this creates the most powerful, power-efficient campus core switches.
Internet2 Next Generation Infrastructure now Operational
Cisco has transitioned Internet2’s research and education (R&E) network traffic to a Next Generation Infrastructure (NGI), a fifth-generation backbone that supports up to 32 terabits per segment (Tbps) throughput with zero congestion — a 4X increase in performance.