MX10003 Universal Routing Platform
The service-centric MX10003 Universal Routing Platform helps service providers and cloud operators address long-term traffic, subscriber, and services growth. The space- and power-optimized routing platform offers 2.4 Tbps of system capacity and supports up to 144 10GbE, 36 40GbE, or 24 100GbE interfaces in a single chassis. The MX10003 can be deployed for business VPNs, next-generation broadband multiplay, high-volume Internet, Metro Ethernet services, and data center internetworking.
The MX10003 also delivers the highest levels of network availability with resiliency features that include control plane redundancy and N+1 power supply module redundancy. Virtual Chassis technology supports chassis-level redundancy and allows operators to manage two routers as a single element.
- 2.4 Tbps throughput with 2 slots
- Power & space efficiency – 3 RU
- Density – 144 10 GbE/24 100 GbE
- Rich multiservice edge, timing features
Features + Benefits
High Scale and Density
Provides 2.4 Tbps of system capacity and supports up to 144 10GbE, 36 40GbE, or 24 100GbE interfaces per chassis.
Offers cloud-grade, future-oriented scale for long-term traffic, subscriber, and services growth.
Carrier Grade Platform
Combines support for the carrier-grade Junos OS with a fully redundant architecture for nonstop service availability under any network conditions.
Space and Power Optimized
Provides advanced power-saving features in a small form factor (3RU) to help contain OpEx and deliver exceptional efficiency.
Rich Multiservice Edge Features
IP Transport, Business, Customer Edge, Data Center Gateways, Peering, BNG, L3VPN Services, Meets MEF CE 2.0 certification for E-Line (100GbE), E-LAN (10GbE), E-Tree (10GbE), and E-Access (100GbE) services.
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The SDN-enabled MX10003 Universal Routing Platform is built for space and power constrained environments. It is also a carrier-grade, multiservice platform with extensive automation capabilities enabling operators to meet ever expanding bandwidth, subscriber and service demands. The MX10003 Universal Routing Platform delivers 2.4 Tbps of system capacity in a 3 RU unit and supports 144 x 10 GbE or 24 x 100GbE interfaces in a single chassis.
The SDN-enabled MX960 Universal Routing Platform is a high performance, carrier-grade, multiservice edge platform with unprecedented scale for service provider and cloud applications. The MX960 enables inline MACsec support without performance penalties on 10, 40 GbE and 100 GbE, and delivers 12 Tbps of system capacity in a 12 slot chassis supporting dense 100 GbE, 400 GbE interfaces. Similar to the other MX Series Universal Router Platforms, the MX960 has extensive carrier-grade capabilities.
MX10004, MX10008, and MX10016
The MX10004, MX10008, and MX10016 Universal Routing Platforms deliver unprecedented scale for service provider and cloud operators, enabling advanced business and residential multi-service edge services with a cloud-optimized form factor, and superior cost-per-bit economics. The MX10004, MX10008, and MX10016 are SDN-enabled, delivering up to 76.8 Tbps of system capacity in 4, 8, or 16 slot chassis supporting dense 100 GbE, 400 GbE, and, in the future, 800 GbE interfaces. These carrier-grade platforms have extensive automation capabilities.
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