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  • Who needs core switches when you have optical fabric?

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  • Identifying and preventing router, switch and firewall vulnerabilities

    Routers, switches and firewalls are easy targets for hackers. Network security expert Brad Casey offers advice on keeping network devices secure.

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  • Consortium pushes IEEE to study 25GbE top of the rack switches

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  • Director vs. switch

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  • What you need to know about switch upgrades

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  • Why do switches need to support so many MAC addresses?

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  • Is there a tool that will scan our switches to tell what port on what switch a workstation is plugge

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  • Half of enterprises to have 10 GbE switches in core by 2012

    Virtualization and data center consolidation lower costs and improve efficiency but require more powerful networks, which is why one organization in two is expected to deploy 10 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) switches in the core by 2012, according to a recent survey.

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