Telecom Lead Europe: Gnodal Limited, a network company,
has launched the GS0072, an addition to the GS-Series with 72 ports of 40 GbE
built into a sleek 2RU form factor.
The GS0072 was recently awarded Best of Interop in the
Networking Category this week in Las Vegas.
“This product is groundbreaking. Being selected as
Best of Interop Winner is further endorsement that our customers have a product
that can meet the demands of the modern data center,” said Bob Fernander,
The company said that its adaptive switching technology
is derived from a custom made ASIC and the GS0072 is the first multi-ASIC
product from Gnodal. Also, the company noted that consolidating the Gnodal
Fabric has allowed Gnodal to have the highest port count of any 2RU switch.
The GS0072 is targeted at Cloud and Big Data environments
where 10GbE edge connectivity is required to accommodate very large numbers of
virtual clients as well as High Performance Computing applications that may
require native 40 Gbps capability to achieve extreme scalability and
The company claims that the GS0072 is a highly
cost-effective alternative to more complex chassis-based solutions.
The GS-Series is built to scale from 72 ports to a
massive network of up to 64,000 ports by combining other members of the family
to create a cost-effective, ultra-low latency, highly utilized Ethernet Fabric.
Gnodal selects Spirent to showcase performance of GS-Series
Recently, Spirent Communications announced that Gnodal
selected Spirent TestCenter HyperMetrics dX to showcase the performance of the
GS-Series Family of switches including its latest GS-Series 40G Ethernet
Gnodal conducted low latency performance testing of the
GS4008 and GS0072 High Speed Ethernet switches individually as well as part of
a two-tier data center fabric.