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Don't have much of an opinion on the box itself. However, after I started to watch the 2nd Cisco video - "Advanced Services Intelligence and Scale Up to 322 Tbps" - and again started hearing about how fast it was (all the video calls in China), I groaned and stopped it. I've been hearing these sorts comparisons for the last 15 years. I'm in data comms. I know how fast a megabit, 10 megabits, 10 Gbps and 1 Tbps is, and what you can do with them. If you think you have to dumb down how fast 3.2 Tbps is, then you're missing your target audience. Anybody who doesn't know how fast 3.2 Tbps is won't be involved in the purchasing decision for a CRS3, and anybody who does, is being talked down to by these comparisons.
On a lighter note, is the 322 Tbps Cisco maths or not?