This resource explores the reasoning behind the development of Class II cabling limits and reveals why Category 8 cabling standards are critical to the future success of applications, Ethernet, and networking.
Offering max data center network speeds and performance is a top priority for all IT departments. This guide takes a look at the cabling requirements for NGBASE-T and how it can revolutionize the way networking is carried out.
Ethernet transformed networking. USB forever shaped the perception of peripherals. Will Trusted Computing transform the way we compute? Hear Wave CEO Steven Sprague draw parallels between Trusted Computing and successes in the cellular and cable industries.
Uncover the importance of the network to cloud computing and learn how – by leveraging high-capacity Ethernet service-oriented architectures between data centres – you can achieve a cost-efficient, high-performing network to support your cloud initiative.
The Plug & Play Universal Systems Media Converter Module offers the best of both worlds - easy fiber optic scalability and future proofing with today's cost-effective copper electronics. Read this paper to learn more.
The standards review board of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) approved the standard for 10 Gigabit/sec Ethernet over twisted-pair copper cabling (10GBASE-T) on June 8, 2006. This paper provides an overview of the performance requirements for the twisted-pair cabling and methods to measure performance.
Various metrics can quantify and characterize network performance. Test plans can be written to satisfy varying organizational objectives. This white paper will describe advancements in field measurement of end-to-end Ethernet performance.
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