NVIDIA Spectrum SN2010

The NVIDIA Spectrum SN2010 switch is the ideal top of rack (ToR) solution for hyperconverged infrastructure and storage deployments. Packed with 18 ports of 10/25GbE and 4 splittable ports of 40/100GbE, the SN2010 can deliver up to 1.7Tb/s aggregate throughput.

Key Benefits:


  • 1.7Tb/s
  • 2.52B packets-per-second

Lowest latency

  • 300nsec for 100GbE port-to-port
  • Consistently low latency regardless of packet size, or L2 vs L3 forwarding
  • Side by side configuration
  • Small port count
Lowest Power Consumption
  • 57W (ATIS)

Half-width form factor

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XENON Mellanox SN2010 Ethernet
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NVIDIA Spectrum SN2010
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QSFP28 Modules & Cables Supported

NVIDIA Spectrum SN2010

  • QSFP28 short and long range optics
  • QSFP28 to QSFP28 DAC cable
  • QSFP28 breakout cables 100GbE to 4x25GbE and 40GbE to 4x10GbE DAC, optical
  • QSFP28 breakout cables 100GbE to 2x50GbE DAC, optical
  • QSFP28 AOC
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SFP28 Modules & Cables Supported

NVIDIA Spectrum SN2010

  • SFP28 short and long range optics
  • SFP28 to SFP28 DAC cable: • Server ports: 1.5m • MLAG ports: 0.5m
  • SFP28 AOC
  • 1000BASE-T and 1000BASE-SX/LX/ ZX modules
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NVIDIA Spectrum SN2010

  • PTP IEEE-1588 (SMPTE profile)
  • NTP
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Software Defined Network (SDN)

NVIDIA Spectrum SN2010

OpenFlow 1.3

  • Hybrid
  • Supported controllers: ODL, ONOS, FloodLight, RYU, etc.
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Network Virtualization

NVIDIA Spectrum SN2010

  • VXLAN Hardware VTEP
  • L2 GW
  • Integration with VMware NSX & OpenStack, etc.
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Power Specifications

NVIDIA Spectrum SN2010

  • Typical Power with passive cables (ATIS): 57W
  • Input Voltage Range: 100-240VAC
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Physical Characteristics

NVIDIA Spectrum SN2010

  • Height: 1.72”(43.8mm)
  • Width: 7.87”(200mm)
  • Depth: 20”(508mm)
  • Weight: 4.540kg (10lb)
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Physical Specification

NVIDIA Spectrum SN2010

  • Dimensions: 1.72”(43.8mm)Hx7.87”(200mm) Wx20”(508mm)D
  • Weight: 4.540kg (10 LB)

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