How to Prepare Enterprise Cabling for 10-Gigabit Ethernet
By Fluke Networks
Posted January 2009
As bandwidth demands increase, many enterprises are upgrading their networks to 10-gigabit speeds. Fiber optic cabling, once thought to be "future proof," is expected to carry the bulk of the load. There are some important considerations to make when preparing the cabling to run 10 gig.
This webcast discusses the drivers for enterprises upgrading to 10 gig, cabling options, how to certify the cabling, and the typical constrains for successful 10-gig implementation.
View the Multimedia Presentation
Please note: By downloading this information, you acknowledge that the sponsor(s) of this information may contact you, providing that they give you the option of opting out of further communications from them concerning this information. Also, by your downloading this information, you agree that the information is for your personal use only and that this information may not be retransmitted to others or reposted on another web site. Please encourage colleagues to download their own copy after registering at http://www.webtorials.com/reg/.