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PCIe Card Tutorial: What Is PCIe Card and How to Choose It?

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Every step in technology is aimed at solving problems left in previous ages. That rule also applies in networking and computing fields. Just like PCIe, originally called PCI Expres

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NIC Card Guide for Beginners: Functions, Types and Selection Tips

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As the increased growth of data, network service providers require higher performance from network servers and computer resources to meet users demands. NIC card, short for network

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RoCE: RDMA over Converged Ethernet for High-Efficiency Network Performance

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In the era of data, the requirements for a faster, more efficient, and scalable network has never been reduced. Since the traditional TCP/IP Ethernet connections are CPU intensitiv

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Understanding PoE Standards and PoE Wattage

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PoE (Power over Ethernet) technology allows PSE (Power Sourcing Equipment, such as a PoE switch) to use Ethernet cables to deliver both power and data simultaneously to PD (Powered

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Case Study: How to Build a Scalable 10G Network for SMB?

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Most small to medium enterprises are facing the problem of the frequently changing company infrastructure deployment and network environment. Therefore, the ability to flexibly dep

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Ring Protection Protocol: ERPS vs. EAPS

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Used for ring topology, the ring protection protocol adopts the pervasion mechanism to transmit the change of network topology, which is critical to reduce interference between nod

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Does an Open Switch With Cumulus Linux Equal a Proprietary Switch?

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As you may know that open network is a hot topic these days. It is enabled by several parts such as open source software, open compute hardware, etc. Under this trend, another rela

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100G Switch: Bare Metal One or Preloaded Cumulus Linux or ICOS?

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100G switches, sounds futuristic? Not really, 100G is here and being deployed. Actually, since 2015, companies like Google, Microsoft or Amazon have started their migration toward

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FS N-Series Switches with Cumulus Linux: What Function Do You Expect?

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Today’s world is all about open, and the trend has spread to varied fields. The network is no exception. Till now, we have had the open source software, open source hardware, open

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Cumulus Linux: A Powerful ONOS for Network

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At present, the network switch in the market usually comes with two operating systems (OS). One is proprietary OS, which is designed, developed and sold by a particular enterprise.

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NAS vs Server: Which Is Right for You?

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Data storage is a vital part of any enterprise because it’s imperative to distribute data quickly and safely backup the vital information of the business. As your business grows, s

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What Is a LAN Switch and How Does It Work?

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With the dramatic increase in traffic and the faster CPU in computing operating systems, the LAN (Local Area Network) is becoming increasingly congested and overburdened. In order

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