Hello EQL Family,
Deployments of 10Gb Ethernet networks has not only increased, but has moved beyond the data center and into the entire infrastructure. It’s time we talk about the minimal requirements needed for support ofthe Physical Layer (PHY) components, issues and concerns, andrecommended practices for 10Gb SAN deployments.
Just posted the third and final piece in a three part series that outlines the Physical Layer (PHY) standards for 10Gb Ethernet.
In part 1 of the series, we discussed The Physical Layer (PHY) Standardsfor 10Gb Ethernet.
In part 2 of the series, we discussed Optical Fiber and Copper Options.
In this series, Part 3, we will discuss:
See Part 3 of the series at the link below:
PHYSICAL LAYER (PHY) STANDARDS FOR 10Gb ETHERNET – PART 3As successful 10Gb Ethernet deployments continue to expand, there will be aneed to understand the necessary requirements, issues with mixed vendors,and recommendations for EqualLogic SANs.
Start Part 3 of the series by clicking the link below:
PHYSICAL LAYER (PHY) STANDARDS FOR 10Gb ETHERNET – PART 3
Until Next Time,
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Click the link below to access our four most useful reference documents:
• EqualLogic Compatibility Matrix ( ECM )
• EqualLogic Configuration Guide ( ECG )
• Rapid EqualLogic Configuration Portal ( RED )
• SAN Switch Reference Architectures ( SwRA )