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Accelerating 40G Adoption

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  • 1. Accelerating 40G Adoption Trends Driving 40G Upgrades Data Center Consolidation Increased Server Performance Big Data Demands Increased Data Traffic (East-West) Industry’s First 40GbE BiDi Optics Innovation Re-Use 10G Fiber for 40G Connections 40GbE BiDi optics debut on Cisco Nexus 9000 series. [Coming soon to other Cisco platforms.] What do 40GbE BiDi optics mean to your Data Center? Greater Capacity and Savings. Big Savings. CAPEX/OPEX/Time Savings: 50% 75% savings on 40G optics less fibers needed No fiber installation labor costs No fiber deployment disruption If every Data Center with a 10GbE backbone adopted Cisco 40GbE BiDi Optics today: > $3 Billion of fiber cable and installation labor would be saved Enough to buy about 9 new data centers for the world’s largest cloud providers. > 300,000 km of fiber cables would be saved That’s enough cable to wrap around the Earth 7 times. Optics Savings • Fiber Savings • Time Savings More Savings, Capacity, and Agility For New Data Center Demands cisco.com/go/aci Citations 1. Dell'Oro Ethernet Switch Quarterly Report May 2013 - Assumption: 80% of modular 10G ports deployed in the data center from 2011-2012 are used for backbone connectivity = 3,010,000 ports 2. Cisco white paper – Migrate to 40G with Cisco's QSFP BiDi Optics 3. Optics savings estimated as of Nov 1, 2013. .