Juniper Networks QFX5220-128C Ethernet Switch offers 128 ports in a 4 U form factor. The high-speed ports support a wide variety of configurations, including 100GbE and 40GbE. The switch is equipped with four AC or DC power supplies, providing 2+2 redundancy when all power supplies are present, and six hot-swappable ports-to- FRUs (AFO) airflow fans, providing (5×2+1) +1 redundancy.
The QFX5220-128C is a high-radix 100GbE lean-spine switch optimized to aggregate 10GbE and 25GbE top-of-rack switches in these environments. Many cloud, service provider, data center, and enterprise networks are deploying 100GbE to handle growing demand.
The Juniper Networks® QFX5220 Switch is a next-generation, fixed-configuration spine-and-leaf switch. It offers flexible, cost-effective, high-density 400GbE, 200GbE, 100GbE, 50GbE, 40GbE, 25GbE, and 10GbE interfaces for server and intra-fabric connectivity, and delivers a versatile, future-proofed solution for today’s data centers.
QFX5220 switches support advanced Layer 2, Layer 3, and MPLS features. For large public cloud providers early adopters of high-performance servers to meet explosive workload growth the QFX5220 supports very large, dense, and fast 400GbE IP fabrics based on proven Internet scale technology. For enterprise customers seeking investment protection as they transition their server farms from 10GbE to 25GbE, the QFX5220 switch also provides a high radix-native 100GbE lean-spine option at reduced power and a smaller footprint.
The QFX5220 Series includes the following capabilities. Please refer to the Data Sheet for model-specific specifications and additional information.
- High-Density Configurations: The QFX5220 switches are optimized for high-density fabric deployments. The QFX5220-32CD provides an option of either 32 ports of 400GbE, 100GbE, or 40GbE, while the QFX5220-128C provides an option of either 128 QSFP28 100GbE ports or 64 40GbE QSFP ports.
- Rich automation capabilities: The QFX5220 switches support a number of network automation features for plug-and-play operations, including zero-touch provisioning (ZTP), operations and event scripts, automatic rollback, and Python scripting