Arista Networks Switch Quick Look Datasheet
Quick Look Datasheet

Arista 7050TX Series Network Switch

low latency data center switches
Arista 7050TX Series Network Switch

High Performance

  • 2.56 Tbps system capacity
  • 1.44 billion packets per sec on
  • Wire speed unicast & mast
  • Latency from 3 microseconds
  • High density 10G/40G
  • Dynamic buffer allocation
  • Under 2W per 10G port

Feature Rich

  • High Availability
  • DC optimized airflow
  • Rich L2 and L3 features
  • 64-Way MLAG
  • 64-Way ECMP
  • VXLAN gateway
  • Zero Touch Provisioning
  • Smart System Upgrade

High Scalability

  • System scalability
  • Up to 48 x 10 and 12 x 40G in 1RU
  • Up to 96 x 10G + 8 x 40G in 2RU
  • Scalable leaf spine designs
  • MAC up to 288K
  • Host Routes up to 208K
  • Routes: 16K IPv4 / 8K IPv6
  • UFT – IPv4/v6 144K/77K
  • Multicast Routes up to 104K

Advanced Monitoring

  • CloudVision
  • LANZ microburst detection
  • DANZ advance monitoring
  • AEM proactive management
  • IEEE 1588 precision timing
  • sFlow for network visibility
  • SSD for local monitoring
  • VM Tracer integration
  • RAIL for Big Data and Hadoop

Arista 7050TX Series Network Switch

The Arista 7050 Series are the benchmark for performance, scale and power efficiency in fixed 10G data center switches. Increased adoption of 10G servers is accelerating the need for flexible, dense 10GbE/40GbE solutions. The Arista 7050X Series extends the industry leading 7050 Series with increased performance, scalability, density and features designed for software defined networking.

The Arista 7050TX Series are a range of compact 1RU and 2RU 10GbE and 40GbE wire speed, low latency and scalable multilayer switches powered by Arista EOS, the worlds most advanced network operating system.

7050TX Deployment

The use of 10GbE server connectivity has seen considerable growth over the past several years and will overtake 1GbE as the default server connection type in 2015. While both CPU and network interfaces have held back servers from reaching full wire speeds increases in kernel bypass technology and multi-core servers allow more 10GbE server throughput. This evolution is leading to a need for 48 or more ports per server rack.

The 7050TX series are designed to address the need for migrating from 1G to 10G with existing cabling systems, providing a wide choice in density of both the 10GBASE-T and uplink combinations using either QSFP+ or MXP both of which support flexible 10G and 40G operation.

Arista 7050TX Series Network Switch

Arista 7050X Series QSFP+ and MXP Ports


Arista Multispeed (MXP) Ports with onboard optics are an innovative technology which expand interface density and flexibility by leveraging optics built internally into the switch. Each MXP port provides a total of 120Gbps connectivity and offers several advantages over traditional interfaces:
  • Optics are integrated into the switch, removing the need to purchase additional components.
  • MXP Ports occupy the same space as a single QSFP+ interface, and offer 3 times the bandwidth.
  • MXP significantly increases interface density without expanding the switch into additional rack units.
  • Each MXP port can be individually used as three 40GbE, twelve 10GbE or a combination of the two speeds.
Arista QSFP+ ports provide for 40G with a flexible range of both duplex and parallel optics for multimode up to 400m and single mode up to 40km in both duplex and parallel fiber choices. Parallel optics allow for 4x10G mode, increasing the flexibility of 40G ports, and duplex optics allow for migration from 10G to 40G using existing fiber cabling.

Arista EOS

Arista EOS is a modular switch operating system with a unique state sharing architecture that cleanly separates switch state from protocol processing and application logic. Built on top of a standard Linux kernel, all EOS processes run in their own protected memory space and exchange state through an in-memory database. This multi-process state sharing architecture provides the foundation for in-service-software updates and self-healing resiliency.
FeatureDescription

CloudVision

Network-wide workflow automation and workload orchestration as a turnkey solution for Cloud Networking

Wirespeed VXLAN Routing

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Seamless integration between VXLAN and L2/L3 environments, physical and virtualized networks

IEEE 1588 PTP

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Build and scale accurate timing solutions with sub-microsecond accuracy

Smart System Upgrade

Optimized SW upgrades to reduce the impact of software upgrades and avoid network convergence

64-way ECMP and LAG

Improve network scalability and balance traffic across large-scale leaf-spine designs or server load balancers

Latency Analyzer

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A solution to improve monitoring and visibility at both 10G and 40G for congestion from persistent or microbursts

Cloud Control & SDN

Support for Openflow and OpenStack automation and self-service provisioning with cloud scale economics

Scalable Tables — ALPM and UFT

Flexible allocation of L2 and L3 forwarding table resources for greater design choice

7050TX Series Systems

Arista 7050TX Series support hot-swappable power supplies and N+1 fan redundancy, EOS high availability, a choice of L2 and L3 multi-pathing designs and powerful EOS innovations for visibility, application level performance monitoring and virtualization. 7050TX2-128 provides 98 10GBASE-T interfaces supporting 100M/1G/10G rates and 8 40GbE QSFP+ interfaces and delivers line rate VXLAN routing in a single pass.

Arista 7050SX Series Network Virtualization

 

7050TX-48

7050TX-64

7050TX-72

7050TX-72Q

7050TX-96

7050TX-128

7050TX2-128

Interface Type 10GBase-T QSFP+ Uplink 10GBase-T QSFP+ Uplink 10GBase-T MXP Uplink 10GBase-T QSFP+ Uplink 10GBase-T MXP Uplink 10GBase-T QSFP+ Uplink 10GBase-T QSFP+ Uplink
10G Ports up to 48 up to 64 up to 72 up to 72 up to 96 96 96
40G Ports 4 4 up to 6 up to 6 up to 12 8 8
Rack Units 1 1 1 1 1 2 2
Buffer 12MB 16MB
Latency 3usec
Airflow F-R / R-F
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