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LIVE WEBCAST: 10GbE – Key Trends, Drivers and Predictions

Jason Blosil, Gary Gumanow, David Fair, SNIA-ESF
Is 2012 the year for 10GbE adoption? Join this live Webcast to hear the technical and economic justifications that will likely make 2012 the “breakout year” for 10GbE. From virtualization and network convergence, to the general availability of LAN on Motherboard (LOM) and 10GBASE-T cabling, SNIA experts will examine the disruptive technologies driving this protocol forward as well as the significant economic benefits that early adopters have seen.
Jul 19 2012
65 mins
LIVE WEBCAST: 10GbE – Key Trends, Drivers and Predictions
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