Today’s typical enterprise campus handles hundreds of terabytes — upwards of petabytes — of data per day, creating an insatiable demand for bandwidth and forcing enterprises to look for solutions to help manage this explosion of data efficiently and economically.
With Marvell Wi-Fi technology, multi-core embedded processors that scale from 2 to 16 cores and beyond, and multi-Gigabit Ethernet switches and PHYs that can be deployed over existing legacy cable systems, today’s modern enterprise campus can benefit from a fast, secure and reliable infrastructure offered by these solutions.
As the data capacity at the backbone increases, so will the complexity of the hierarchical structure that needs to be placed underneath it. Marvell enables enterprises to eliminate a layer of unneeded intricacies and simplify the transition from 10GbE to 25GbE and from 40GbE to 100GbE port speeds. By aggregating the access points to a port extender that is connected to the 25 Gigabit Ethernet backbone rather than a central bridge switch, Marvell can help eliminate cost, power and complexity barriers.
IoT, the connected car and 5G networks are forcing the transition of data and workloads from traditional data centers to the edge of the network, bringing the critical need for robust processing power that can handle latency-sensitive applications and the migration of the network infrastructure to software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) technologies.
With Marvell high-performance and power-efficient embedded processors that can scale from 2 to 16 cores and beyond, along with Marvell switches and PHYs, enterprises and small businesses can now benefit from cost-effective solutions that provide the processing power, security and virtualization capabilities required for edge computing. For developers and designers of a host of networking, storage and connectivity applications, Marvell offers cost-effective community boards that can serve the various ecosystem communities.