Cumulus Networks Partners with HPE to Build Open Storage Networking Platforms

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A recent press release reports, “Cumulus Networks, the leader in building open, modern, and scalable networks, today announced the company has partnered with Hewlett Packard Enterprise, a leader in enterprise information technology, to bring open, highly automated and scalable storage networking solutions to rapidly expanding data centers. As of today, HPE’s StoreFabric M-Series Ethernet Switches will run Cumulus Linux and NetQ, delivering a flexible networking fabric that is predictable, scalable and reliable. With the continued growth of data and companies taking advantage of new technologies such as AI, 5G and IoT, businesses need more options to handle the new demands being placed on the network. These performance intensive applications require high performance, all-flash storage infrastructure with deeper levels of automation, and they need a networking solution to match, which legacy storage networking solutions simply can’t provide. Together, Cumulus and HPE are providing organizations with the only open, fully automated and high-performance storage networking fabric needed in today’s modern data center.”

The release continues, “Designed for the highest performance and most scalable storage workloads, the M-Series switches with Cumulus Linux and NetQ provide the highest bandwidth and the lowest-latency for a cost-effective solution to connect primary, secondary, hyperconverged, NAS or object storage systems and are ideal for building an Ethernet Storage Fabric (ESF). With open networking, customers can choose the components that best fit their needs in order to optimize and automate their data centers. The integrated combination of M-Series Ethernet Switches and Cumulus Networks is the ideal way to achieve agility, providing customers with increased choice and the ability to tune their data center networks to their requirements to improve pace of innovation, efficiency and automation.”

Read more at cumulusnetworks.com.

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