Hello EQL Family,
The proliferation of 10Gb Ethernet (10GbE) deployments have extendedthe reach, of 10GbE ports, outside of the data center and into the entire infrastructure. With the increase in the number 10GbE ports continuing to grow,it’s time we talk about the Physical Layer ( PHY ) Standards that are governing these connections.
We will discuss the 10GbE standards in a three part series.
In the series we touch on the following topics:
See Part 1 of the series at the link below:
PHYSICAL LAYER (PHY) STANDARDS FOR 10Gb ETHERNET – PART 1
In conclusion, Ethernet links have expanded the reach and speed to cover a variety of applications, distances, and bandwidth requirements. As the standards continue to evolve, the price of 10GbE ports continue to decrease, and the number of 10GbE ports continue to grow, there will be aneed to understand the underlying physical standards and how they relate to your solution.
Start Part 1 of the series by clicking the link below:
Until Next Time,
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