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How to Use 10GBASE-T Switch to Build Spine-Leaf Network

Since the standard for 10 Gigabit Ethernet (IEEE802.3ae) has been ratified in 2002, 10GbE deployments have grown rapidly year by year. And it is now mainly used to interconnect servers and routers in data center, especially in the Spine-Leaf network. Previously, IT managers often use 10GbE switch as the leaf switch, which provides high performance but cost a lot. Nowadays, as the price and power consumption of 10GBASE-T technology continue to drop, 10G copper switches are more popular in the Spi...
Posted on   November 16, 2017 By FS.COM
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Understanding of 10GBASE-T SFP+ Copper Transceiver Modules

With the broad adoption of network function virtualization (NFV) and unified data and storage networking toady, servers are now seeing increased I/O demands. To keep pace with the increased I/O demand, network access line rates have migrated from 1Gb/s to 10Gb/s. Several connectivity solutions exist to service these network access needs including direct attach cables (DAC), optical transceiver modules and 10gbase-t sfp+ transceiver. Each comes with its own set of distinct advantages and disadvan...
Posted on   April 14, 2017 By FS.COM
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Running 10GBASE-T Over Cat6 vs Cat6a vs Cat7 Cabling?

The demands for high bandwidth keep increasing as the video and multimedia gain a large popularity among end users. The data rate of 1Gbps is gradually growing to 10Gbps. The Cat5e patch cables used to support 1Gbps network are no longer enough for 10Gbps, which calls for new specifications of twisted pair copper cabling. Ethernet cable with higher bandwidth such as Cat6 cable, Cat6a cable and Cat7 cables are introduced for high-speed applications of 10GBASE-T. Here comes some questions—What’s t...
Posted on   January 4, 2017 By FS.COM
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Choose 10GBASE-T Copper Over SFP+ for 10G Ethernet

With the increase in server consolidation through virtualization in the data center, the resulting data demand has exceeded the traditional 1Gb/s throughput capability. 10G Ethernet, which can simplify network infrastructure by consolidating multiple gigabit ports into a single 10GbE connection, is considered to be an ideal solution to overcome the aforesaid bandwidth limitation. Generally, 10GbE network can be achieved both by 10GBASE-T copper and SFP+ cabling. This post will discuss why to cho...
Posted on   November 4, 2015 By FS.COM
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10 Gigabit Ethernet Overview

10 Gigabit Ethernet, known as IEEE 802, was first ratified in 2002. With the increasing bandwidth requirements, numbers of large enterprises have started deploying 10GbE in their corporate backbones, data centers and server rooms to support high-bandwidth mission-critical applications. Over the years, improvements in 10GbE technology is extending its reach beyond enterprise data centers to broader market. However, do you really get to know what 10 Gigabit Ethernet means? What Is 10 Gigabit ...
Posted on   May 20, 2014 By FS.COM