Intel Omni-Path Switches
Does your high performance computing (HPC) data center require high speed fabric infrastructure? The HPE Apollo 100GbE 48-port Intel Omni-Path Architecture Unmanaged Switch is an integrated option in the HPE Apollo 6000 Gen10 System with 24 downlink ports and 24 uplink ports. It cost-effectively supports large HPC clusters and delivers an exceptional set of high-speed connectivity features and functions. It is ideal for customers who deploy HPC clusters based on the HPE Apollo 6000 Gen10 Systems using the Intel® Omni-Path technology.
Starting at $9,014.00
HPE Apollo 100Gb 48-port Intel Omni-Path Architecture Unmanaged Switch
Intel® Omni-Path architecture 100 Gb, 48-port, unmanaged switch for HPE Apollo systems
HPE SGI Standard Intel Omni-Path Architecture 48-port Short Wave 18x30 Switch Blade
Intel Omni-Path Architecture 100Gb 48-port Managed Switch
Intel Omni-Path Architecture 100Gb 48-port Unmanaged Switch
Intel Omni-Path Architecture 192-port QSFP28 Director Switch Chassis
Intel Omni-Path Architecture 768-port QSFP28 Director Switch Chassis
High Bandwidth, Low Latency High Speed Fabric Connectivity for HPC Deployments
The HPE Apollo 100Gb 48-port Intel Omni-Path Unmanaged Switch provides 100 Gb node to node connectivity for increased performance.
Latency efficient error detection and correction for network communication resiliency.
Traffic flow optimization for throughput efficiency.
Optimize High Speed Switch Ports
The HPE Apollo 100Gb 48-port Intel Omni-Path Unmanaged Switch is an integrated OPA switch supporting 24 100Gbps downlink ports and 24 QSFP28 uplink ports for optimal 1:1 non-oversubscription deployments.
Up to two switches per chassis are supported for dual rail configuration providing twice the bandwidth.
Lower Cost of High Speed Fabric Deployments
The HPE Apollo 100Gb 48-port Intel Omni-Path Unmanaged Switch supports FatTree and its variations lower the number of cables, improves system reliability and enables easier maintenance.
Provides flexibility of copper and optical cables.
The switch is unmanaged from configuration standpoint and is monitored, discovered and cooled thru chassis controller.