So what's the deal with 10Gbase-T

Brian Loveland brian at aereo.com
Mon Oct 1 22:37:30 UTC 2012


Sorry, that is IBM G8264T.  G8316 is the 16x40G version.

On Mon, Oct 1, 2012 at 6:27 PM, Brian Loveland <brian at aereo.com> wrote:

> Also, IBM G8364 (uses Broadcom Trident merchant silicon).
>
> I believe the Force10 S4810 (also Broadcom Trident) is only SFP+?
>
> Intel will force 10GBASE-T on all of us since they can make it backwards
> compatible with 1000BASE-T.  I think this will make the technology take off
> over the next year or so.
>
> Been very happy running SFP+ twinax but sometimes I do wish I could go
> further than 5/7/8.5 meters.
>
>
> On Mon, Oct 1, 2012 at 5:27 PM, Miquel van Smoorenburg <mikevs at xs4all.net>wrote:
>
>> In article <
>> CAJ0Nkqgy2x9pUg26CcjcHwDQSMY24f1U0RWmhF2PoH2eHih2zg at mail.gmail.com>,
>> Andreas Echavez  <andreas at livejournalinc.com> wrote:
>> >Does anyone here have experience running copper 10Gbase-T networks? It
>> >seems like the standard just died out.
>>
>> Well, our new supermicro servers come with 10Gbase-T standard on
>> the motherboard.
>>
>> >For us it would make a lot of sense
>> >for our applications -- even if throughput and latency aren't as great.
>> If
>> >anyone out there knows of any *copper* 10 gig-t switches (48 port?)
>>
>> Arista, http://www.aristanetworks.com/
>>
>> Mike.
>>
>>
>


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