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Cisco’s 8000 Series’ introduced a new model for power allocation that reduces the amount of power that must be connected. This saves money and frees up facility resources for other uses.
While the 8100 and 8200 Series have similar hardware architectures and form factors, there are key differences that impact the network roles they address. This post will cover their positioning and differences.
Power claims for networking equipment are often difficult to understand. It’s not always clear whether chip, card, or system power is being stated and what conditions were used for the evaluation. Let’s take a step back and consider a better way of keeping score.