There have been numerous developments with respect to technology that is enabling multi-mode fiber to remain the dominant media choice for data center networks. Developments in optical transceiver technology enable these technologies to remain a cost effective, low-power solution for data center operators.

During the 2012 Gartner Data Center Conference, I gave a presentation showcasing how technology, intelligence and energy can all work together in creating an effective 40/100G network for the data center.

My presentation provides insight on the value that intelligence infrastructures provide while assisting organizations in the challenges of managing multi-form factor connectors in their networks. I welcome you to watch the video included in this blog.  Feel free to download the whitepaper written by my colleague Frank Yank, 40/100 Gigabit Ethernet: The Foundation of Virtualized Data Center and Campus Networks.

If you have any questions, please ask them via the comment section below.

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Matt Baldassano

Matt Baldassano supports the Northeast Region of CommScope as a Technical Director– Enterprise Solutions specializing in Data Center connectivity. He has served roles as Business Development Manager and Technical Marketing Engineer with CommScope’s Data Center Business Unit. His experience also includes responsibilities as Account Engineer in New York City and Dallas TX for EMC2 corporation serving both wired data centers and in-building wireless systems and has written topics on wireless security. Matt holds a BS in Computer Science from St John’s University and a MS in Technology from the University of Advancing Technology.

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1 comment for "Creating Effective Networks for the Data Center"
Vivian Becnel

Wonderful presentation. Thanks for sharing this. It give me enlightenment on how these things really works.

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