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    Default 100Gbps and beyond: What lies ahead in the world of networking

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    The corporate data center is undergoing a major transformation the likes of which haven't been seen since Intel-based servers started replacing mainframes decades ago. It isn't just the server platform: the entire infrastructure from top to bottom is seeing major changes as applications migrate to private and public clouds, networks get faster, and virtualization becomes the norm.



    100Gbps and beyond: What lies ahead in the world of networking | Ars Technica

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    Default Re: 100Gbps and beyond: What lies ahead in the world of networking

    Good read, thanks for the post.
    Been extra busy these days dealing with crap. (my house's water heater just died) so I don't get over to ARS enough to read some of their stuff.

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    Default Re: 100Gbps and beyond: What lies ahead in the world of networking

    I'd be willing to bet personal computers will go backwards in power as virtualization takes hold.

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