Today ECI announced plans to demonstrate a 400G backbone at SCinet, the world’s largest and fastest high-performance network at SC16 in Salt Lake City.
ECI was delighted to receive the invitation to participate in this exciting demonstration for the high performance computing sector. ECI is no stranger to this sector. We provide services to many research and education networks worldwide. Some of our wins include DFN (Germany), Switch (Sweden), GRNet (Greece), and most recently an exciting win at DeIC (Denmark), details of which will be disclosed in the near future,” said Tony Gomez, VP of Business Development for ECI in N. America.
SCinet is a diverse group comprised of innovators, research, government and higher education institutions, from all over the world, focusing on the common goal of global innovation. As the epicenter for HPC (high performance computing), SC16 will host the creation of one of the world’s largest and fastest high performance networks, to which ECI will contribute a 400G solution.
ECI’s Apollo platform provides state-of-the-art, transparent and flexible DWDM (Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing) transport with integrated packet services. Apollo combines high performance, low latency, OTN (Optical Transport Network) transport and switching, with software configurable colorless, directionless and gridless optical routing, for maximum network flexibility and efficiency. The 400G blade is designed to transport data with higher spectral efficiency and industry-leading port density, resulting in reduced rack space and less power consumption. Moreover, the ability to configure a mix of rates on both client and line sides results in maximum efficiency, improved flexibility and reduced TCO (Total Cost of Ownership), particularly suited to the HPC community.
Join us at the SCinet NOC, booth #3000 to see the high performance in action.