Simplifying 10G Adoption
July 13th, 2010 By: Kevin Normandeau
The use of 10Gbps Ethernet in the data center is expected to growing rapidly in 2011 as operators look to increase network speeds over existing cables and connections. In a live webcast on July 22, 2010, at 12:00 Eastern Standard Time, Alan Weckel, Director of Ethernet Switch Market Research from Dell’Oro Group with technology experts from Cisco, Intel, and Panduit will look at the history of BASE-T and describe recent 10GBASE-T advancements.
The need for 10 Gigabit Ethernet is driven by higher bandwidth required for server virtualization. It also reduces the amount of cables, switches, and multiple network adapters on each physical server.
We invite you to hear how companies like Intel, Panduit and Cisco are providing a joint 10GBASE-T solution and learn how 10GBASE-T technology provides a cost-effective solution that is simple to understand, procure and deploy. Click here for more details on this event.
Looks like this is only about 10GBASE-T, not 10G in general. There are still a lot of people looking at 10GBASE-CX and 10GBASE-SR, a comparison of all three would be useful, although this looks like a commercial for -T.