Agema Systems will unveil its industry leading carrier grade deep buffer switch, AGC7648 series based on Broadcom® StrataDNX™ ASIC at SDN World Congress 2016, Oct 10-14 at The Hague, Netherlands. The AGC7648 series offer best in class technology for service providers and data centers combining dynamic deep buffers, scalable route tables, advance clocking support for telecom networks and open, programmable NOS in 1 RU compact form factor. This approach complements Agema’s industry leading high performance Next-Gen Open Networking portfolios of 1G/10G/25G/40G/100G product lines based on Broadcom® StrataXGS™ ASIC giving customers a choice to build scalable leaf and spine use cases in network designs while reducing operating cost.
“Broadcom is pleased to collaborate with Agema to provide the carrier grade deep buffer ethernet switch solution. Broadcom's partnership with Agema enabled a fast time-to-market, networking solution for data centers and service providers, and we look forward to launching many more platforms in the coming months”, said Wei-Ai Tai, Director of Business Development. “To build a disaggregated network, today’s cloud computing customers need the robust network switches which Agema provides plus the OcNOS network operating system,” said Kiyo Oishi, CEO and president of IP Infusion. “We’re working with Agema to support Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching on Agema AGC7648 for service provider applications and will have the platform qualified. With Agema and IP Infusion, customers can build their disaggregated network, meet their growth requirements and keep operating costs low.”
"At Agema Systems, we take pride in our commitment to open innovation and ingenuity of designing high performance switching platforms that are among the best in the industry. Our AGC7648 series and portfolios of high performance platform helps enterprises and service providers transform network infrastructure from rigid, expensive and static to dynamic, cost effective and intelligent, eliminating the need for network overhaul," said Jay Huang, President of Agema Systems.