Networking hardware vendor known as Cisco introduced a router which according to the company is able to alter the World Wide Web.
The CRS-3 carrier-grade router is created to serve as a foundation of the next-generation Internet as it offers speeds of up to 322 Terabits per second.
Just so the great unwashed know, that is fast enough to transmit the entire printed collection of the US Library of Congress in one second, or the bandwidth required for every man, woman and child in China to make a video call, simultaneously. Every movie ever created could be streamed in less than four minutes, Cisco claims.
The Cisco CRS-3 triples the capacity of its predecessor, the Cisco CRS-1, with up to 322 Terabits per second. It also enables unified service delivery of Internet and cloud services with service intelligence spanning service provider Internet Protocol Next-Generation Networks (IP NGNs) and data center.
The CRS-3 machine will be able to replace the firm’s CRS-1 router that is considered to be the fastest and it is available among commercial routers. Furthermore, the CRS-3 is faster compared to the CRS-1.
According to the company, the router integrates the Quantumflow Array Processor that combines the power of six communications processor chips in order they could work as one due to which the retour performs high service capabilities as well as processing power.
Check out the video about the router,
Scale up to 322 Tbps with Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System