White-Box Switches Tackle Top-Tier Data Center Applications

Delta Electronics unveils its ICT infrastructure product portfolio, the Agema 400GbE and 100GbE high-density white-box switches for top-tier data center applications. The company also offerrs OCP racks and accessories, on-shelf power units and 400GbE optical transceivers.


The Agema data center and carrier-grade white-box open networking platforms provide a choice of hardware and ecosystems, while reducing CAPEX and OPEX. Adding to its white-box product portfolios, Delta introduces:

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  • AGC032, a 32-port 400GbE highly-scalable switch with 12.8 terabits backplane for aggregation and super spine deployments
  • AG9032v2, a 32-port 100GbE scalable, programmable and content-aware switch
  • AG9064, a 64-port 100GbE high density 2 RU switch based on Broadcom StrataXGS ASIC.  

Also debuting are OCP V2 compliant 48DC rack and power systems, which will be available for purchase later this year. These next generation solutions provide 41OU of total space for higher power density and efficiency. The power shelf boasts (2U) N+1 to support up to 33 KW of power and the BBS is equipped with a 3U shelf with 15 BBU's 2.7 KW with a back-up time of 2 minutes. To learn more, visit Delta.

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