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Top-of-rack 10GE switches to hit $500M

8/30/2010 05:10 PM EDT
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re: Top-of-rack 10GE switches to hit $500M
rick merritt   8/30/2010 5:51:19 PM
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What evidence do you see-if any--of an upgrade cycle in enterprise computing?

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FPGA_BRAD   8/30/2010 7:58:56 PM
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Do they say whether the TOR switches are predominately SFP+ or 10GBase-T this year and next?

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rick merritt   8/31/2010 1:00:27 AM
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Good question. I am sure that's in the report but it wasn't made public. I would expect the vast majority to be SFP+ given the still high costs and power consumption of 10GBaseT. Anyone else know?

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