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Networking Hardware

HPE Altoline Switches Get Big Switch Software

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HPE Altoline Switches Get Big Switch Software

HPE adds to the 3rd party software customers can run on the Altoline open networking switches-- Big Switch Networks' Big Monitoring Fabric and Big Cloud Fabric.

The Big Switch software runs on the Altoline 6960, 6941 and 6921 switches, which can also run network software from other companies, namely Pica8 and Cumulus. The Altoline line is a series of open switches developed to take on the popularity of inexpensive white box switches leveraging on the rise of software-defined networking (SDN) and network-functions virtualisation (NFV).

Big Cloud Fabric is a datacentre fabric built using SDN contoller software and open networking hardware switches. Based on hyperscale datacentre design principles, it promises intelligence, agililty and deployment flexibility. Meanwhile Big Monitoring Fabric is a next-gen network packet broker delivering pervasive visibility and DMZ security at scale.

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Key Digital Presents 4K HDMI Switchers

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Key Digital Presents 4K HDMI Switchers

Key Digital launches the KD-2x1CSK (a 2x1 switcher) and the KD-4x1CSK (4x1 switcher)-- both capable of switching 4K HDMI signals with HDCP 2.2.

The two switchers support all SD, HD, VESA and 4K video standards, including 4096 x 2160, 1080p60, 1920x1200 and 3D, and both offer control through either front panel push buttons or optical IR switching. Also included are EDID control and a built-in internal library of 15 EDID handshakes, in addition to EDID data of output/display one.

A full buffer systems manages TMDS re-clocking/signal re-generation, HDCP source and display authentication, Hot Plug Management and EDID control handshakes.

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USB Gets 3.2 Update

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USB Gets 3.2 Update

The USB 3.0 Promoter Group announces the USB 3.2 specification-- an incremental update defining multi-lane operation for USB 3.2 hosts and devices, allowing for faster communications over USB-C cables.

The update allows USB 3.2 devices to handle up to two traffic lanes of 5Gbps or two lanes of 10Gbps operation. As a result, a USB 3.2 host connected to a USB 3.2 storage device is capable of data transfers reaching over 2GB/s over an existing USB-C cable certified for Super Speed USB 10Gbps.

In addition, USB 3.2 continues to use existing SuperSpeed USB physical layer data rates and encoding techniques, while a minor hub specification update addresses the increase in performance for seamless transition between single and two-lane operation.

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Cisco Servers Enter 5th Generation

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Cisco Servers Enter 5th Generation

Cisco announces a 5th server generation-- the Unified Computing System (UCS) M5 series, built on Intel Xeon Scalable processors and offering double the memory capacity.

As the company puts, UCS M5 servers deliver up to 86% higher performance over previous generation UCS servers, making them ideal for data intensive workloads such as real-time analytics and in-memory computing. Further boosting efficiency is what Cisco claims is the highest GPU density on blade servers.

The UCS M5 series consists of 5 models-- the B200 M5 blade server (general purpose half-width blade server with suppport for up to 2 GPUs), B480 M5 blade server (aimed at applications ranging from memory-intensive, mission-critical tasks to distributed database virtualised workloads), C220 M5 rack server (high-density 2-socket rack server for a wide range of workloads), C240 M5 rack server (storage and I/O optimised rack server for big data analytics, software-defined storage and bare metal applications) and C480 M5 rack server (with a modular architecture for flexible technology refreshes).

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Extron's First Processor With AV LAN Ports, PoE+

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Extron's First Processor With AV LAN Ports, PoE+

Extron announces the IPCP Pro 360-- a control processor with three dedicated AV LAN ports and one standard ethernet port, designed to control local AV devices and safeguard them from outside intrusion or interference.

The processor provides PoE+ to external devices, eliminating the need for additional power supplies. It features security standards and gigabit ethernet ports, ensuring compatibility with multiple TouchLinkPro touchpanels using a standard network infrastructure. Meanwhile use with Extron LinkLicense further enhances the capabilities of Extron Pro series control systems.

“This new IPCP Pro 360 is our first control processor that provides the convenience of PoE+ to external devices," Extron says. "It’s exciting to watch our Pro Series control processors evolve—now combining multiple AV LAN ports with PoE+ output to an already robust control platform, this new IPCP Pro 360 delivers what customers want and the security they need."

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