Building Scalable Data Center Networks

Create with fixed form-factor switches and NVIDIA Cumulus Linux.

Just one more step before downloading.

Send me the latest enterprise news, announcements, and more from NVIDIA. I can unsubscribe at any time.

Read the NVIDIA Cumulus privacy policy

Your guide to building networks that scale

Due to growing customer demands, the network infrastructure of modern data centers is transforming from a rigid and unwieldy model to a disaggregated, flexible, and agile one. Modern data centers require large, high-capacity networks that can scale, accommodate different traffic patterns, and are easy to automate at an affordable cost. Fixed form-factor switches (FFF) and disaggregated network operating systems in a leaf/spin Clos architecture can build a scalable, robust, and agile network in the most cost-effective way possible.

Learn how to:

Design

Design

Build a flexible, scalable, and modern network with the leaf/spine Clos architecture and FFF switches.

Build

Build

Work with modern L3 fabrics and L2 overlay architectures.

Simplify

Simplify

Automate data center networks.