SummitX670-G2 architecture

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Hello!

Is any body have information about architecture of X670-G2 switches?
Ports groups, chips and other...

Thank you!
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Hello AlexandrP

That information is considered confidential.  If there is a need for you to get detail description on the architecture of the switch then you will need to go through your account team and sign NDA etc.

Is there something in particular you need to know versus the generic architecture perspective?

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Hi Alexandr,
This is information we generally don't share publicly.  Sometimes the sales guys can share under NDA.  Your best bet is to check with them via email.

Thanks,
-Drew
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Hi, Drew!

Details below.
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Hi, Paul!

We signed NDA a lot of time ago as I work in Extreme's distributor in Ukraine - MUK company.
Is it possible to give me this information with e-mail?
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Hello Alexandr

The only way we will provide this information is through a presentation we can not send you a hard copy of the specs.  The best avenue is to contact your team and see if PLM can give you a presentation via web on the layout.

We typically do not share any design specs as you can imagine this is very sensitive information.

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Well, X670G2 is based on Broadcom Trident II.
This is not a secret or whatever if you compare X670G2 technical specifications with broadcom family chipsets ;)