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The Economics of Port Breakout

Port-breakout deployments are driving the large industry demand for parallel optics transceivers. Breaking out parallel ports is beneficial for multiple applications, such as building large scale spine-and-leaf networks and enabling today’s high-density 10/25G networks. 9 more words

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Cloud bursting offers enterprises a hybrid solution

A hybrid cloud is flexible and customizable, allowing managers to pick and choose elements of either a public or private cloud. The biggest advantage of the hybrid-cloud approach is the ability to do “cloud bursting.” A business running an application on premises may experience a spike in data volume during a given time of month or year. 36 more words

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The Future of MM Fiber is called OM5

OM5 Wideband Multimode fiber enables data centers to take advantage of short wavelength division multiplexing (SWDM). That’s a four-fold increase in usable bandwidth while maintaining compatibility with standard OM3 and OM4 fiber and the high speed data applications they support. 7 more words

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Maryland Boosts Energy-Efficient Data Center with Grants

Maryland is the first state to offer grants to data centers that employ cost-effective technologies that improve energy efficiency. The program is intended to boost the state’s growing IT sector and to help reduce energy usage, lower overall PUEs, improve competitiveness, and drive innovation, MEA Director Mary Beth Tung said in a statement. 9 more words

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Migrating to higher speeds in MTDCs

Multi tenant data centers (MTDCs) are a smart way to grow the capabilities of your colocation IT infrastructure and control costs at the same time. But, just like moving into a new apartment, how much you get out of your space depends on how you furnish it. 7 more words

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New architectures evolve to serve user needs

Networks incorporate more applications than ever before, and for many, new architectures best serve user needs.

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Defining Ultra Low Loss

Ultra-Low Loss describes the performance of fiber optic apparatus used in data center (DC) networks. Data centers are always striving to increase the capacity to deliver services to their users. 49 more words

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