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Dispelling Bandwidth Myths in High Performance Networks:

Bandwidth is no longer the currency for performance

Increasing network bandwidth delivers limited performance gains. Find out what key areas to focus on instead to reduce latency and congestion, and to improve workload completion times.

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More Bandwidth ≠ Better Performance

Bandwidth alone won't solve performance issues, there are other, more important factors to consider.

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Rockport is reimagining the next generation of high-performance networks with a switchless architecture that delivers better performance at scale, simplified. Ending decades of unnecessary network complexity, the Rockport Switchless Network replaces centralized switch fabrics with a distributed, highly reliable, high-performance interconnect providing connectivity that is intelligent, adaptable, self-healing, and simple to operate. Rockport is committed to helping its customers Simplify the Network. Learn more at rockportnetworks.com.

About Rockport Networks


"Rockport’s architecture is designed to get the switch out of the way to enable improvements in performance, bandwidth and latency. At its core is the Rockport Network Operating System (rNOS), designed to essentially navigate data through the best paths in the network to reduce congestion and latency and break down packets into small pieces called FLITs to more efficiently move down those paths, according to the company." 

- "Startup Rips the Switch Out of High Performance Networks", The Next Platform


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It's not how many gigabits you have, but how you use them.

Increasing bandwidth doesn't resolve the efficiency problem, but makes it easier for more data to travel over the network faster on its way to the switches - increasing congestion and workload latency.

It’s not uncommon for 90% of the traffic in traditional spine-leaf architectures to be routed through 20% of the links, creating route collisions and driving up congestion.

Oversubscription compounds the problem for both scale & budget.

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