Description: The DCS-7280CR2K-60-DC-F from Arista Networks is a router to support operation of data center switches of 7000 series. Its built-in fan has front-to-rear airflow, AlgoMatch-2 and 60 100GbE QSFP ports. There is 16 GB system memory and 24 GB packet buffer memory in this device.
|1 year Networking-Hardware Warranty Included
|Worldwide shipping via DHL, UPS, Fedex, and TNT
|We offer repair service for the DCS-7280CR2K-60-DC-F.
|Exchange credit for your defective unit available.
The Arista DCS-7280CR2K-60-DC-F is a power-packed router that comes with AlgoMatch-2, 60 100GbE QSFP ports and a several advanced features. This router is suitable for the Arista 7280R2 data center switches. It has a weight of only 54.8 lbs weight and a size of 19 x 3.5 x 22.2 inches. Overall, this device can be a great choice if you have a medium or large data center networking system. The environmental characteristics of this Arista router make it quite versatile in performance. It has operating temperature range between 0 degrees C and 40 degrees C and storage temperature between -40 degrees C and 70 degrees C. The operating altitude of this device is 0 to 10,000 ft and its relative humidity is 5 to 95%. All these features ensure you can use it in extreme weather conditions. To enhance performance in adverse weather conditions, this device also comes with storm control, environment monitoring and several other features. Also, it has a fine cooling system with 4 hot swap fans and 1 redundant fan that have front-to-rear airflow circulation. The FAN-7002H-F fan tray makes the cooling system even more advanced. CPU and storage are two prime aspects of routers for data centers and networking. This device will satisfy your needs for sure with multi-core x86 CPU, 32 GB packet buffer memory, and 16 GB system memory. The 3.8 us latency at 12 Tbps throughput and 5.76 Bpps packets per second are all about seamless connectivity in a LAN networking system. So, it can be a perfect choice owing to all such advanced features.
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