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Intel Confirms Fibre Optics Can Replace Copper Connections In And Around Future Computers
Monday, 02 August 2010 16:57

Intel Corporation has announced the development of a technology that uses fibre optics to replace copper conductors on circuit boards.

 
Fibre-to-the-Toaster
Tuesday, 01 June 2010 11:17

Residential homes are set to be given a complete overhaul with the introduction of The Telecommunications Carrier Forum (“TCF”) new “Premises Wiring Code of Practice” for Residential and SOHO Premises Wiring ...

 
Verizon Brings GPON Fibre to the Desktop
Sunday, 30 May 2010 11:17

When compared to typical workgroup switch-based Ethernet, the OLS cuts power consumption by up to 65 percent, capital expense by up to 74 percent, and space required for the equipment by up to 90 percent ...

 
Uptime Institute develops international standard for data centre facilities management
Tuesday, 25 May 2010 11:17

The Uptime Institute announced it has developed a new standard that defines and classifies the risk factors to a data centre’s sustained uptime.

 
Patch cord lays path for 100-Gig connectivity
Friday, 01 January 2010 12:00

The cord is meant to facilitate the conversion from 10- to 100-Gbit/sec Ethernet transmission in cabling systems designed around a 12-fiber MTP connector interface ...

 


Latest industry developments

Fibre-to-the-Toaster

Residential homes are set to be given a complete overhaul with the introduction of The Telecommunications Carrier Forum (“TCF”) new “Premises Wiring Code of Practice” for Residential and SOHO Premises Wiring ...

Read more...
 
Intel Confirms Fibre Optics Can Replace Copper Connections In And Around Future Computers

Intel Corporation has announced the development of a technology that uses fibre optics to replace copper conductors on circuit boards.

Read more...
 
Verizon Brings GPON Fibre to the Desktop

When compared to typical workgroup switch-based Ethernet, the OLS cuts power consumption by up to 65 percent, capital expense by up to 74 percent, and space required for the equipment by up to 90 percent ...

Read more...

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