Faster and Faster: The Need for Speed in the Data Center

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We’ve seen the pace of change accelerating in data center networking as applications evolve and customers demand instant, point-and-click response. How can companies respond to the overwhelming increase in data traffic? Hyper-scale data centers are continually developing/adopting the latest and fastest networking technologies and are pushing into 100-Gigabit Ethernet with an expectation of moving to 200-Gigabit Ethernet within a couple of years. As 10-Gigabit Ethernet has recently become mainstream for enterprises is it realistic to expect it to last them for 5-10 years? What’s the right pace of change for your company?

In this webinar expert will consider the pace of change in Ethernet networking technology, look at key requirements for data centers large and small, and recommend migration strategies that keep pace with the demand for higher speeds without disrupting ongoing operations. Join Data Center Knowledge contributor Bill Kleyman to learn more about the following topics:

  • The history and future of Ethernet networking speeds
  • Key networking requirements for large and small data centers
  • Migration strategies

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Bill Kleyman is an enthusiastic technologist with experience in data center design, management, and deployment. His architecture work includes large virtualization and cloud deployments as well as business network design and implementation. As Chief Technology Officer at MTM Technologies, he interacts with enterprise organizations and helps align IT strategies with direct business goals. He also publishes freelance whitepapers, articles, podcasts, and blogs around data center, cloud, security, and infrastructure management topics.

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