05/19/2015 Leave a comment
I remember growing up taking family vacations, my parents driving across multiple states in our paneled family station wagon on “one-lane” country roads or “two-lane” highways. Now, most of those same roads are all 3-4 lane expressways and some are, or will be, even larger Super Highways.
The evolution of bandwidth for data transmission is similar. Bandwidth level speeds of 10Mbps to 100Mbps Ethernet used to be considered large scale capacity. Now, bandwidth speeds of 1Gbps to 10Gbps Ethernet capacity are becoming more common. With the increase in data and cloud technologies, the demand for bandwidth level speeds of 40Gbps to 100Gbps Ethernet, for both Metro and Long Haul networks, is growing steadily for carriers and other high-end data consumers. Read more of this post