PowerEdge MX bridges traditional and software-defined data centers with unequal flexibility and agility. At the foundation, the PowerEdge MX7000 chassis hosts disaggregated blocks of server and storage to create consumable resources on-demand. Shared power, cooling, networking, I/O and in-chassis management provides outstanding efficiencies.
Designed with Dell EMC’s kinetic infrastructure, PowerEdge MX creates shared pools of disaggregated compute and storage resources, connected by scalable fabric, from which workloads can draw resources needed to run most quickly and efficiently. Then when no longer needed the resources are returned into the pool. By essentially creating hardware on the fly the capacity can be managed at a data center level instead of a per server level.
The Dell EMC Networking MX5108n Ethernet Switch is a high-performance, low latency single chassis 25Gbps Ethernet switch purpose-built for the PowerEdge™ MX platform providing enhanced capabilities and cost-effectiveness for enterprise and mid-market environments with traditional compute traffic environments
Delivering industry leading performance in a blade switch, the non-blocking switching architecture in the MX5108n provides line-rate 25GbE L2 and L3 forwarding capacity with no oversubscription and a sub 800ns latency. In addition to 8 internal 25GbE ports, the MX5108n provides four 10G-BaseT, two QSFP28 100GbE, and one QSFP+ 40GbE port for uplinks.
MX7116n The Dell EMC Networking MX7116n Fabric Expander Module is a key component in the MX Scalable Fabric Architecture. This module transparently extends the networking capabilities of the MX9116n Fabric Switching Engine to multiple PowerEdge™ MX7000 chassis, providing high performance networking at a low TCO.
The Dell EMC Networking MX9116n Fabric Switching Engine is a scalable, high-performance, low latency 25Gbps Ethernet switch purpose-built for the PowerEdge™ MX platform providing enhanced capabilities and cost-effectiveness for the enterprise, mid-market, Tier 2 cloud and NFV service providers with demanding compute and storage traffic environments.
Delivering industry leading performance in a modular switch, the non-blocking switching architecture in the MX9116n provides line-rate 25GbE L2 and L3 forwarding capacity to all connected servers with no oversubscription and a sub 450ns latency. In addition to 16 internal 25GbE ports, the MX9116n provides four QSFP28 100GbE ports for uplinks and twelve QSFP28-Double Density ports. These QSFP28-DD ports provide capacity for additional uplinks, ICLs, connections to rack servers at 10GbE or 25GbE via breakout cables, and fabric expansion connections for up to 9 additional MX7000 chassis.
The Dell EMC Networking MXG610s 32G Fibre Channel IO Module for the PowerEdge MX7000 is the right choice for mission-critical applications accessing data on external storage. The MXG610s provides industry-leading performance with the latest generation of Fibre Channel. It empowers enterprises to dynamically scale connectivity and bandwidth with Ports-on-Demand (PoD), provides consolidated management for an agile management structure and simplified server and storage connectivity, and employs a responsive design which protects enterprise’s infrastructure with inherent security and with non-disruptive upgrades to NVMe over Fibre Channel.