TheCCR2116-12G-4S lets you forget about CPU limitations in your setup. Like its little brother, the amazing CCR2004, this router features the powerful Amazon Annapurna Labs Alpine processor .
16 cores running at 2 GHz. Relative to its predecessor a noticeable 15% increase in single core performance. And this is the most important aspect when it comes to heavy operations based on connection processing.
TheCCR2116-12G-4S sets a new standard for single-core performance across the CCR product family.
If you want to harness this power, you need the right connectivity. There are four 10G SFP ports in the device . These have a separate full-duplex line connected to a Marvell Aldrin family switch chip. Then we have the Gigabit Ethernet ports. 12 of them are supported by the Marvel chip. Another Gigabit port is connected directly to the processor. For management purposes.
Each group of 4 ports has a separate full-duplex connection to the switch chip. In most configurations, you can expect throughput close to that of the switch. The new generation of processors offers incredible performance. If we look at the CCR1036, a powerhouse with a 36-core processor, the new CCR2116 can easily double its performance. 16 cores vs 36 cores. Double the performance. Or even more.
|Features / filters|
|Number of LAN ports||13x [10/100/1000M (RJ45)] , 4x [10G (SFP+)] ,|
|AC input voltage||100 - 240|
|Ethernet interface type||Gigabit Ethernet|
|Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports||13|
|Ethernet LAN data rates||10,100,1000|
|Installed SFP+ modules quantity||4|
|Internal memory type||DDR4|
|Management||CLI - Command Line Interface, By web browser,|
|Mean time between failures (MTBF)||200000|
|Operating temperature (T-T)||-20 - 60|
|Power consumption (typical)||72|
|SIM card slot||No|
|Sustainability certificates||CE, RoHS|
|Type of case||Rack (1U)|