With the fast development of internet, People hope to enjoy internet service everywhere, anytime and by every way. So mobile internet has come after the internet. If you are a net user, you should be familiar with routers, or desktop boxes used to provide connectivity between PCs, laptops and printers in a home or small office.
To help people better to enjoy the surprise, service, different news and things. Cisco, as the worldwide leader in networking that transforms how people connect, communicate and collaborate, announced a new super router called Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System. It was designed for to serve as the foundation of the next-generation Internet and set the pace for the astonishing growth of video transmission, mobile devices and new online services through this decade and beyond.
With more than 12 times the traffic capacity of the nearest competing system, the Cisco CRS-3 can deliver up to 322 tbps of capacity, more than tripling the 92 tbps capacity of the Cisco CRS-1, and it is able to stream every film ever made, from Hollywood to Bombay in under four minutes. Fantastic, that means many things can be realized with coming of Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System, for example, Americans can download all the books in the library of Congress in one second; 1.3 billion Chinese people can call simultaneously each other by video phones.
More Highlights and Capabilities of the Cisco CRS-3
The new Cisco Data Center Services System provides tight linkages between the Cisco CRS-3, Cisco Nexus family and Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) to enable unified service delivery of cloud services. This intelligence also includes carrier-grade IPv6 (CGv6) and core IP/MPLS technologies that permit new IP NGN architectural efficiencies required to keep pace with the rapidly growing cloud services market.
The Cisco CRS-3 offers dramatic operational expense savings and up to 60 percent savings on power consumption compared to competitive platforms.
The new Cisco router, the Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System is powered by the new Cisco Quantum Flow Array Processor, which unifies the combined power of six chips to work as one, enabling unprecedented levels of service capabilities and processing power.
Attention here: the Cisco CRS-3 is currently in field trials, and its pricing starts at $90,000 U.S. Wow, so expensive, hardly to afford it, friends, are you ready to accept it?