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Things Should Be Considered When Buying DAC Cables

Direct attach copper cables, namely DAC cables, are a form of optical transceiver assemblies used to connect switches to routers and/or servers. They are becoming increasingly popular in the network industry, mainly because the price difference is so large when compared with … Continue reading

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QSFP+ Optics, DAC Cable, AOC Cable– Which Is More Cost-Effective?

For 40GbE direct cabling between two devices using QSFP+ port, there are several options including QSFP+ transceiver option, QSFP+ DAC Cable (Direct Attach Copper) cable, and QSFP+ AOC Cable (Active Optical Cable). Among these options, each of them has its … Continue reading

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QSFP+ AOC Cable – A Favored Solution for 40G Network

As the need for increased network bandwidth to meet the global IP traffic demand is growing rapidly, more and more data centers are deploying 40G Ethernet links. And there are various technologies and solutions to be selected for 40G transmission. … Continue reading

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Things You Should Know About DAC Cable

Direct Attach Cable, short for DAC cable, is a form of high speed cable with “transceivers” on either end. They can be used to connect switches to routers or servers. They are becoming increasingly popular in the network industry and … Continue reading

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