petabit


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Noun1.petabit - a unit of information equal to 1000 terabits or 10^15 bits
computer memory unit - a unit for measuring computer memory
Tbit, terabit, Tb - a unit of information equal to 1000 gigabits or 10^12 (1,000,000,000,000) bits
Eb, Ebit, exabit - a unit of information equal to 1000 petabits or 10^18 bits
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Huawei, a leading global ICT solutions provider, recently launched the 400G DCI solution which is the industry's largest Petabit Router NE9000, at the Gitex event which concluded earlier this month, in Dubai, UAE.
Summary: At GITEX 2017, Huawei has launched the 400G DCI solution and Petabit Router NE9000, which enables the rapid migration of …
At GITEX 2017, Huawei launched the 400G DCI solution and industry's largest Petabit Router NE9000, which enables the rapid migration of massive amounts of data between data centers and eliminates bandwidth-related bottlenecks, greatly improving bandwidth utilization between data centers while reducing power consumption in equipment rooms.
Scale: Industry's only system built for petabit scale, capable of supporting trillions of events across a connected fabric.
The start-up, which incorporates skills from the Photonic Networks Research Centre at the University of Essex, intends to use the capital to develop the world's first all-optical wavelength router not only scalable to Petabit capacity for core transport networks but also capable of evolving to optical packet switching.
Interoute, for example, is planning to deploy a pan-European backbone system that will be the world's first petabit network, with up to one million times the capacity of some recent transatlantic links.
The network will have petabit capacity, one million times more powerful than the currently available gigabit systems, and will be released for communications operators.
The Cisco CRS-X, which will be available this year, is a 400 gigabit per second (Gbps) per slot system that can be expanded to nearly one petabit per second in a multi-chassis deployment.