Shreeram Siddhaye, Senior Director, HW Engineering

Introducing the PTX10002-36QDD Packet Transport Router

400G & 800GData Center
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Introducing the PTX10002-36QDD Packet Transport Router

The PTX10002-36QDD is a high-capacity, space- and power-optimized routing platform. Leveraging an impressive 28.8 Tbps throughput capacity in a ultra-compact 2U fixed form factor, this class-leading platform, driven by the Juniper Express 5 ASIC, delivers dense 100GbE/400GbE/800GbE connectivity for highly scalable routing use cases for provider and enterprise WAN and data center networks.

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You’ll learn

  • How the PTX10002-36QDD can be used for a wide range of use cases

  • How it enables 36 ports of 800GE or 72 ports of 400GE

  • How it leverages the Express 5 silicon to deliver 28.8 Tbps forwarding capacity

Who is this for?

Network Professionals


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Shreeram Siddhaye
Senior Director, HW Engineering
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Srinivas Seshadri
Director, SW Engineering


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0:49 connectors without having to change

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3:43 system is orderable now with minimum

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