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The past several decades in networking have been defined by static, closed networking solutions designed for the client-server era. The Aruba 8320 Switch Series, a campus core and aggregation switch, is a game-changing solution that offers an innovative approach to dealing with the demands of the mobile, cloud and IoT era. The Aruba 8320 is based on ArubaOS-CX, a modern software system that automates and simplifies critical and complex network tasks, delivers enhanced fault tolerance and facilitates zero-service disruption during planned or unplanned control-plane events. The key innovations in ArubaOS-CX are its micro-services style modular architecture, REST APIs, Python scripting capabilities and the Aruba Network Analytics Engine. The Aruba 8320 Switch Series provides line rate 10GbE and 40GbE in a compact 1U form factor and together with the modular Aruba 8400 Switch, rounds out the Aruba Mobile First switching portfolio with an enterprise core and aggregation solution.
The Aruba CX 8360 Switch Series is a modern, intelligent family of high-performance 1/10/25/40/100 GbE switches designed both for enterprise campus cores and data centers needing top-of-rack server connectivity and scale-out, rack-rack, spine, and leaf fabric topology aggregation. The Aruba CX 8360 Switch Series offers a flexible and innovative solution for addressing the application, security, and scalability demands of emerging end-to-end, enterprise edge-cloud network connectivity requirements.
The Aruba CX 8360 Switch Series simplifies campus core and data center network and IT operations through a combination of cutting-edge hardware, a cloud-native operating system, and intuitive software-defined orchestration tools. By providing intelligent automation, distributed analytics, and always-on infrastructure, customers can simplify operations, improve IT efficiency, and enable always-on network availability.