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The Dawn of a new breed of Hyperscale Datacenters

 This is a New Era of Connectivity and Efficiency In the ever-evolving landscape of technology, the demand for faster, more reliable, and efficient data processing has never been more critical. The introduction of hyperscale datacenters represents a seismic shift in how we handle vast amounts of information. Central to this revolution is the use of advanced networking protocols and architectures, such as Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), Virtual Routing and Forwarding (VRFs), and Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA). Together, they are reshaping the foundations of datacenter design and operation. BGP at the Core of Hyperscale Networking BGP, a staple in the internet's routing architecture, has found a new role within the datacenter. By leveraging BGP for internal routing between compute nodes, top of rack (ToR) switches, and leaf and spine switches, hyperscale datacenters can achieve unprecedented scalability and flexibility. The use of BGP facilitates efficient route advertisement and