PTX1000

Distributed applications within the Converged Supercore architecture.

PTX1000 is the only fixed configuration Converged Supercore® router to combine unparalleled performance with elegant deployment in a compact form factor. It provides a foundation for distributed and efficiently optimized core architectures for service and content provider networks of all sizes.

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PTX1000

Overview

The PTX1000 Packet Transport Router provides high-density 10GbE, 40GbE, and 100GbE interfaces for distributed core networks and network applications, meeting the demands of Internet service providers and high-volume content providers.

Occupying only two rack units, the PTX1000 is the industry’s first fixed-configuration core router that enables service providers to organically distribute peering points throughout the network. It uses a rich IP/MPLS feature set without sacrificing performance or deployability, two factors on which total cost of ownership (TCO) pivots for service providers.

With 2.88 Tbps of forwarding capacity, the PTX1000 supports flexible interface configuration options ranging from 288 10GbE interfaces using a quad small form-factor pluggable plus (QSFP+) breakout module, 72 GbE interfaces at 40 Gbps using a QSFP+ breakout module, and 24 100GbE interfaces using QSFP28.

Like other routers in the PTX Series, the PTX1000 is powered by Juniper ExpressPlus custom silicon to deliver predictable IP/MPLS packet performance and functionality.

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Features

  • Performance and scalability: PTX1000 routers give service providers the performance and scalability to outpace increased traffic demands, leveraging the power of Juniper ExpressPlus silicon.
  • High availability: Junos OS supports high availability (HA) features that enable software upgrades and changes, with no interruptions to network traffic.
  • Scalability: Exceptional packet-processing capabilities meet the challenge of scaling the network while optimizing IP/MPLS transit functionality for superior performance.
  • Compact form factor: A smaller size makes the PTX1000 space-efficient to meet the requirements for peering Internet Exchange points, colocations, central offices, and regional networks, especially in emerging markets.

Specs

Dimensions (W x H x D)17.29 x 3.5 in x 31 in (43.92 x 8.89 cm x 78.74 cm)
Maximum Weight69 lbs (31.30 kg)
MountingFront and rear rack mount
Power System Rating (Max)40A @ -48 VDC
Typical Power Consumption1.3kW (Note: *These numbers are preliminary estimates and subject to change.)
Operating Temperature32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)
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Product Specs

PTX1000
Dimensions (W x H x D)17.29 x 3.5 in x 31 in (43.92 x 8.89 cm x 78.74 cm)
Maximum Weight69 lbs (31.30 kg)
MountingFront and rear rack mount
Power System Rating (Max)40A @ -48 VDC
Typical Power Consumption1.3kW (Note: *These numbers are preliminary estimates and subject to change.)
Operating Temperature32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)

Gearing up for the surge in digital demand

The London Internet Exchange (LINX) Case Study

London Internet Exchange (LINX) Implements High-Performance Architecture to Accommodate Exploding Traffic Levels

Designed to create a Converged Supercore™ uniquely able to combine native MPLS packet switching and optical transport capability end to end within a single network layer, PTX5000 provides LINX with an unmatched density of high-speed interfaces within a single chassis to support high levels of simultaneous demand.

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