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Cisco may be readying major core router upgrade.
Cisco is reportedly soon announcing a new carrier core router as a next-generation follow-on to the 6-year-old CRS-1, and a better competitor to Juniper's T1600.
The MSC120 Cisco router will boast 120Gbps per slot, according to a bulletin issued over the weekend from Oppenheimer & Co., which will overtake the single-unit throughput of Juniper's 100Gbps-per-slot T1600 and represent the "first major upgrade" to the CRS-1. Oppenheimer expects Cisco to unveil the MSC120 over the next month but that ASIC issues may push out delivery for another year or more.
"We believe Cisco has recently discovered issues with the supporting ASIC design, which could require a material redesign of the platform,"states Oppenheimer analyst Ittai Kidron in his bulletin. "This could delay product availability until mid-2011."
Cisco was not immediately available to comment on the MSC120.
Cisco may be readying major core router upgrade
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