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DWDM technology has been widely applied during these years and will continue to provide the bandwidth for large amounts of data. In fact, the capacity of systems will grow as technologies advance that allow closer spacing, and therefore higher numbers, … Continue reading
Big Data, Internet, video and cloud computing are driving relentless bandwidth growth and increasing demands on service provider, enterprise, and government networks. The appearance of a new technology which is high-performance applications, scale more easily, operate more efficiently and reduce costs … Continue reading
Nowadays the voice, video, and data networks are becoming more complex and requiring more bandwidth and faster transmission rates over ever increasing distances. To fulfill these demands, network managers are relying more about fiber optics. Nevertheless the reality that many … Continue reading
Today, disaster backup is an important issue, and how to ensure that the data center as soon as possible recovery operations after a certain level of failure and disaster, is essential for some of the business continuity sensitive enterprise. Disaster … Continue reading