I am looking for some input on getting a new core infrastructure in place and I can't see to be able to find any information as to what is the main difference between the cisco 6001 and the 5672 switches. This is a medium size company of about 600 employees (may grow double the size - 1200 employees ) in the next few years. I don't see to have the need for a bigger platform - i.e Cisco 7K series, as the the switch port count should stay low, also I am looking to integrate FEX 2248 (10gig) on the design (2 pairs)
I would like to be able to see if the 6001 is more resilient than the 5672 when it comes to back plane throughput, etc.
Can someone maybe point me on the right direction?
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