22
Feb

Passive DWDM vs. Active DWDM

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DWDW is short for dense wavelength division multiplexing. It is an optical multiplexing technology used to increase bandwidth over existing fiber networks. DWDM works by combining and transmitting multiple signals simul More...
21
Feb

TAP – The Best for Real-time Network Monitoring

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It is known that networks, especially SAN, are the mesh that interconnects all servers, switches, etc. And it carries critical business information and data in constant heavy traffic. With increasing c More...
07
Feb

Will 2017 Be the Tipping Point for SD-WAN?

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SD-WAN, also called Software Defined Wide Area Network, was all the buzz in enterprise networking in 2016. As a new approach to support branch office and data center connectivity in a simplified and cost-e More...
02
Feb

Use 28AWG Copper Patch Cords in Data Center

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Most people use copper patch cords with 24AWG copper conductors today. AWG, short for American Wire Gage, is an index which shows the cross-sectional area of a round wire. But 24AWG copper patch cords ar More...
01
Feb

Improve Security with Video Surveillance IP Cameras

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Video surveillance is everywhere today, from private home installations to massive enterprise deployments. And while the migration from analog to IP has been on the rise for several years, many c More...
31
Jan

Extend WiFi With Wireless Access Point

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Our life and work have been greatly changed by the wireless technology like WiFi. Our house, office and public places are usually available for WiFi which can be provided by many devices. However, in most public places, WiFi More...
25
Jan

Demystifying SDN Network Architecture

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Networking has undergone monumental changes in the last few decades. Enabled by OpenFlow, SDN (software defined networking) is an emerging architecture that is dynamic, manageable, cost-effective, and adaptabl More...
24
Jan

Introduction to PoE Networking Architectures

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PoE (Power Over Ethernet) technology brings power, as well as data transfer, to devices such as wireless access devices, IP phones, and surveillance cameras via a standard twisted-pair Ethernet cabling More...
17
Jan

White Box Switch or Traditional Switch?

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The switch can be considered as the heart of the telecommunication network, especially when the fiber optic network is being widely deployed. A good switch usually has high requirements on both hardware and s More...
10
Jan

Understanding Terminologies and Protocols of SDN

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Software Defined Networking (SDN) seems to be generating so much attention among the developments in the networking industry in 2016. As a new technology evolves, many terminologies and protocols tr More...
05
Jan

Connectivity and Cabling Solutions for Cisco Nexus 5600 Switches

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Driven by the trends of video, big data and Internet of Things, data center architectures are changing and evolving consistently to cater for the ever-lasting bandwidth requirements. Which consequently More...
04
Jan

Should We Use Cat6 or Cat6a for 10GBASE-T?

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The demands for high bandwidth keep increasing as the video and multimedia gain a large popularity. The data rate of 1Gbps is gradually replaced by 10Gbps. Of course, Cat5e cables used to support 1Gbps net More...
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