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Sunday, September 1, 2013

Corning Cable Systems technology and standards manager Doug Coleman

Corning Cable Systems (Corning Cable System) technology and standards manager Doug Coleman pointed out: “We close cooperation with Avago test the various Corning Cable Systems fiber products, which contain the Corning ClearCurve SFP+ DAC TWINAX cable 50CM  multimode fiber and Avago parallel optical transceiver mix between design engineers the flexibility to develop innovative data center applications. cooperation confirmed Avago’s the QSFP + eSR4 module meets the the connection distance requirements of the 10G and 40G Ethernet applications specifications.

Gigabit Ethernet came to life more than a decade ago, and has become the de-facto standard connection in nearly every single NIC shipped with servers, desktop PCs, and Laptops. While Local Area Networks ran on Gigabit, the WAN that aggregates at most ISP’s Last-Mile office are only lower bandwidth usually 2 to 10 Mbps to each resident location via DSL or Cable.However, in the last few years with Verizon FIOs, and other operator switching to providing last-mile Fiber connection, residents have been able to enjoy 10Mbps to 50Mbps connections at home. Cable companies XFINITY Home such as Time Warner and Cable Vision has since also started offering high bandwidth Cable that provides 10Mbps to 30Mbps connections to residents. What this means are the old Gigabit edge Switches and 10 Gigabit Core aggregation is soon going to be not enough to support the growing network infrastructure by the demands of residential consumers who are streaming gigabytes of data at each location.

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