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Old 01-28-2014, 06:01 PM   #1
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LXer: Dell Embraces Cumulus Linux for Networking

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Since Dell has its own Linux operating, that begs the question why does it need or want Cumulus Linux? As always, it's the details that matter.Joshipura noted that the N-series routers are focussed on the needs of campus networks whereas the S6000 and S4810 are targeted at the data center.Rivers stressed that there is also a difference in how Dell's N-series platform and Cumulus Linux in fact include and use Linux.



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