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a type of network technology for local area networks

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The ARROW-2xGE is the first commercially available device to integrate the Gigabit Ethernet PHY, SERDES and MAC function together with Generic Framing Procedure (GFP) mapping and Virtual Concatenation (VC) for standards-based Gigabit Ethernet into SONET implementations.
125 Gbps, to achieve 100 Gigabit Ethernet throughput, the channel should optimally be 22 Gbps," said Goergen.
Mzima delivers Internet connectivity via its proprietary distributed metro NAP architecture and wide-area backbone network, and specializes in high-bandwidth applications by leveraging native 10 gigabit Ethernet technologies.
The increase in network speeds and the movement to Ethernet in the WAN change security requirements, making flexibility critical to securing 10 Gigabit Ethernet networks.
While the P-Series is monitoring the 10 Gigabit Ethernet show network, Force10 will also be demonstrating its line-rate 10 Gbps firewall capabilities in booth 1539.
With up to 330 Gbps per slot, the TeraScale E-Series is ready to support 100 Gigabit Ethernet without the expense of a chassis or backplane upgrade.
The Catalyst 6500 Series 8-port and 4-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet modules are typically deployed in the data center, distribution, and core layers of a customer's network.
With the Force10 E-Series we can establish stable peering relationships at a fraction of what it would typically cost as well as deliver the Gigabit and 10 Gigabit Ethernet services our customers require all from the same system.
Vitesse's Gigabit Ethernet wireless broadband gateway solution combines Intoto's iGateway RGS Standard -- a complete software platform with network access, wireless LAN security, and firewall; and Ralink Technology's wireless LAN chipset, the MIMO XR(TM) which sustains high throughput at long distances through MIMO-MRC technology and supports all standard-based features and requirements such as security, quality of service and international regulatory, thus providing end-users with higher performance than legacy devices.
The E-StaX-34 reduces the total bill of materials for a Gigabit Ethernet stackable system eliminating the need for Fast Ethernet stackable solutions.
For service providers like True and organizations in general, the Force10 high density 10 Gigabit Ethernet card provides a cost-effective option for delivering greater capacity and lays the foundation for a next generation infrastructure.
As the first data center switch to combine high 10 Gigabit Ethernet density and ultra low latency at the industry's lowest price per port, the Force10 S2410 provides IT managers with the flexibility they require at the foundation of their next generation data center managers.
With the E-StaX-34 our OEM and ODM customers can now replace existing Fast Ethernet stackables with an affordable Gigabit Ethernet stackable.
Our world-class family of SparX Gigabit Ethernet devices continue to set new benchmarks in terms of integration, reduced power and aggressive pricing.
Setting a new standard for 10 Gigabit Ethernet performance, switching latency and port price, Force10 Networks(R) today introduced the S2410 data center switch.