32 ports of elegant 100 gigabits bandwidth each, all neatly enclosed inside an exotic black powder-coated 1U chassis for harmonious rack installations.
Indeed, this right here, is an officially affordable entry into the world of big-pipe networking.
The only caveat is that these are proudly inefficient at around 300watts typical without optical transceivers, and ignorantly a little too vocal for humble bedroom/kitchen DIY installations. Also as @fohdeesha has pointed out, latest revisions of the NOSes are not currently compatible so would be wise to ask for a unit with a pre-installed OS unless you're a coding guru and willing to partake in submitting compatibility patches upstream. Another crucial caveat is that they apparently come equipped with an Intel C2000 series cpu which suffer from an LPC bug, this could potentially reduce their lifespan, more info here - the C2000 series bug
Once you own one of these for your home you instantly gain recognition for being boldly eccentric with a dash of love from your utility provider.