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Articles for the keywords: 10 Gigabit Ethernet
02 Mar 2014 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [35083]
Vol 192 Issues 1, 2 and 3; Vol 191 Issues 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • Bitcoin for idiots: An introductory guide
  • Top Five Hot Data Storage Trends
  • 100 Greatest Hacking Tools
  • 15 Non-Certified IT Skills Growing in Demand
  • The future of storage is software-defined
  • The very best tech you can buy for $150 or less
  • Debunking the Top 9 Hybrid Cloud Myths
  • IBM Prototype Achieves Internet Speeds Up to 400G bps
  • Three essential steps to a software defined data center
  • A UK Surgeon Successfully 3D Printed And Implanted A Pelvis

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23 Feb 2014 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [34985]
Vol 192 Issues 1 and 2; Vol 191 Issues 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5; Vol 190 Issue 4

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • Dealing With Divas
  • 10 industries 3D printing will disrupt or decimate
  • Could This Glass Orb Be The Future Of Solar Energy?
  • 4TB Hard Drives Bring RAID 6 To Its Limits
  • Are CIOs losing power?
  • Long Live the CDO
  • An executive guide to IT investment, growth, and development in 2014
  • 3 CIO no-no's when moving to the cloud
  • Redefining mission-critical storage tiers
  • Many CIOs Are Unprepared For The Next Era In Enterprise IT

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02 Feb 2014 Will 2014 Be The Year Of 10 Gigabit Ethernet? [34691]
Network Computing, January 22nd, 2014

"One of the big surprises in IT over the last few years has been the slow uptake of 10 gigabit Ethernet," comments Jim O'Reilly in Network Computing.

"With production available in 2006, we would have expected it to become industry standard by 2009. But with a recession beginning at the end of 2008, the driving force for replacement weakened considerably, and took the sails (and sales) out of the launch.

Four years later with the recession diminishing, we are starting to see signs of a turnaround, with nearly 5 million 10GbE ports shipped in the third quarter of 2013, a 40% growth year over year..."
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22 Jan 2014 Will 2014 Be The Year Of 10 Gigabit Ethernet? [34640]
Network Computing, January 22nd, 2014

"One of the big surprises in IT over the last few years has been the slow uptake of 10 gigabit Ethernet. With production available in 2006, we would have expected it to become industry standard by 2009. But with a recession beginning at the end of 2008, the driving force for replacement weakened considerably, and took the sails (and sales) out of the launch.

Four years later with the recession diminishing, we are starting to see signs of a turnaround, with nearly 5 million 10GbE ports shipped in the third quarter of 2013, a 40% growth year over year..."
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17 Jul 2013 Oracle Switch ES1-24 [31864]
24-Port 10 GbE Top-of-Rack Switch

Recently, Oracle announced the Oracle Switch ES1-24 which expands Oracle's 10 Gigabit Ethernet top-of-rack switch portfolio for Oracle Data Base Appliance, servers and storage.

The Oracle Switch ES1-24 is designed specifically as a top-of-rack (ToR) server access switch with comprehensive Layer 2 and 3 features and wire-speed switching for high performance. In a compact half-width 1U with twenty RJ45 ports of 1/10GBase-T and four ports of 1/10 GbE SFP+, it enables easy migration from a 1 Gbps to 10 Gbps infrastructure by reusing existing copper cabling. It provides for redundant architecture in 1U rack space using two adjacent units and rapid failover with logical link aggregation capability.
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