• What Is Data Center?

    A data center is a repository that houses computing facilities like servers, routers, switches and firewalls, as well as supporting components like backup equipment, fire suppression facilities and air conditioning. A data center may be complex (dedicated building) or simple (an area or room that houses only a few servers). Additionally, a data center may be private or shared. A data center is also known as a datacenter or data centre. Data center components often make up the core of an organization’s Information System (IS). Thus, these critical data center…

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  • What Is Data Center Interconnect?

    Data Center Interconnect (DCI) refers to the networking of two or more different data centers to achieve business or IT objectives. This interconnectivity between separate data centers enables them to work together, share resources and/or pass workloads between one another. A data center interconnect is mainly accomplished using networking tools and techniques along with supported software and data center management processes. Data center interconnect is a technique used in enterprise IT infrastructures that have multiple owned or partnered data centers. Typically, data center interconnect is achieved by connecting data centers…

    April 23, 2019 1 0 3
  • A Guide to Deep Packet Inspection

    Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) is used for in-depth analysis of the packets sent over the Internet. Every parcel of digital information—including the email you send, VoIP calls you make, and websites you load—is transmitted across the web in a formatted piece of structured data known as a “packet.” Inside this packet is structured metadata that assures your data is routed to the proper destination. Analyzing these packets is a process known as deep packet inspection (DPI,) and the practice is employed daily by enterprise companies, internet service providers (ISPs,) and…

    April 15, 2019 1 0 8
  • High-Speed 100G QSFP28 CWDM4 Optical Transceivers

    Since 2017, the 100G QSFP28 CWDM4 optical transceiver has been the most popular product in the DCI (Data Center Interconnection). This article mainly portrays what the 100G QSFP28 CWDM4 optical transceiver is and why it is so popular. What Is the 100G QSFP28 CWDM4 Optical Transceiver? This Multi-Source Agreement (MSA) defines 4x 25Gbps Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplex (CWDM) optical interfaces for 100Gbit/s optical transceivers for Ethernet applications including 100GbE. Two transceivers communicate over single mode fibers (SMF) of length from 2 meters to at least 2 kilometers, available in SR…

    December 28, 2018 0 0 3
  • 400G Optical Transceiver at a Glance

    The broad market prospect of the 400G optical transceiver has become the consensus of the communications industry. Therefore, many optical devices and optical transceiver manufacturers have increased their investment in this area. This article mainly analyzes the driving forces of 400G optical transceivers market and the applications of 400G optical transceivers.

    December 25, 2018 0 0 5
  • How to Ensure the Compatibility and Quality of 3rd-party Optical Transceiver?

    When it comes to optical transceiver, as we all know there are 3rd-party optical transceiver and OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturers) optical transceiver. Literally, the 3rd-party optical transceiver is produced by a third-party optical transceiver manufacturer through independent analysis and decoding according to market specifications and standards. Many the 3rd-party optical transceivers are used by many users when they need a large number of optical transceivers to connect their devices. Because the excellent vendors can provide the compatible optical transceivers with a high quality, and the 3rd-party optical transceivers lower price…

    December 14, 2018 0 0 4
  • What Are Supercomputing, High-Performance Computing and Cloud Computing?

    In recent years, the terms “supercomputing”, “high performance computing” and “cloud computing” have often been talked about, but most people do not seriously understand what they are and what the difference is. This article will answer these questions in detail for you. Supercomputing is based on supercomputer. Supercomputers are computers capable of supercomputing. Supercomputing uses computers to research, design products and support complex decisions. In addition to the most advanced computing hardware systems, it also includes software systems and testing tools, and algorithms to solve complex computing. At present, China’s…

    November 5, 2018 0 0 3

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