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DEFINITION: Fast Ethernet is a local area network (LAN) transmission standard that provides a data rate of 100 megabits per second (referred to as "100BASE-T"). Workstations with existing 10 megabit per second (10BASE-T) Ethernet card can be connected to a Fast Ethernet network. (The 100 megabits per second is a shared data rate; input to each workstation is constrained by the 10 Mbps card.)
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Ethernet Fabric Primer: Helping You Meet Modern Data Center Demands
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RESOURCE: Increasingly complex infrastructure demands and evolving changes in application delivery are revealing the fragile state of legacy data center networks. This guide provides insight into how fabrics offer one alternative for meeting the demands of the modern data center.
Posted: 26 Mar 2014 | Published: 26 Mar 2014

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