Aruba CX 8360 Series Switches

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Aruba's zero-touch deployment capabilities mean that you can have a fully functioning network, no matter how big or small it is — simply because there's no need to configure switches manually. This frees up technicians to do more important carrier-specific tasks, like monitoring your network and making sure that everything runs smoothly. The result? A more efficient, smooth-running network for your business.

The Aruba CX836x switch series has a flexible and innovative approach to addressing the escalating demands of security and scalability in the mobile, cloud, and IoT era. These switches provide up to 3.6Tbps of capacity, with line-rate Gigabit Ethernet interfaces including support for Smart Rate (1/2.5, 5 Gbps), 10Gbps, 25Gbps, 40Gbps, 50 Gbps, and 100Gbps.

The 8360 series includes industry-leading line rate ports with 1/10/25/50GbE (SFP/SFP+/SFP28) and 40/100GbE (QSFP+/ QSFP28) connectivity in a compact 1U form factor. 4x10Gbps and 4x25Gbps break out from 40/100G ports offer advanced flexibility in connectivity and aggregation. These switches deliver a fantastic investment for customers wanting to migrate from older 1GbE/10GbE to faster 25GbE, or from 10GbE/40GbE uplinks to 50/100GbE ports.

The Aruba CX 8360 is based on a modern, database-driven operating system that automates and simplifies many critical and complex tasks with enhanced capabilities. The Aruba CX 8360 offers a flexible and innovative approach to addressing the application, security, and scalability demands of emerging end-to-end, enterprise edge-cloud network connectivity requirements.

The CX 8360 is an intelligent, high-performance switch series designed for both enterprise campus cores and data centers needing top-of-rack server connectivity and scale-out, rack-rack, spine, and leaf fabric topology aggregation. Offering a combination of cutting-edge hardware, a cloud-native operating system, and intuitive software-defined orchestration tools, the CX 8360 helps to simplify operations, improve IT efficiency, and enable always-on network availability.