• LAG and LACP: How much do you know?

    LAG and LACP: How much do you know?

    LAG and LACP: How much do you know? In the 1980s, Ethernet was developed to connect local devices in a region. It was called the Local Area Network. The purpose was to transmit and receive data from different people in the area. By connecting Ethernet devices using Ethernet switches, we can now connect over a larger Ethernet network. Link aggregation is a common terminology...
  • How to use RJ45 SFP module

    How to use RJ45 SFP module

    How to use RJ45 SFP module Transceiver modules are known as essential optics for data transmission and are widely used to connect networking applications such as switches and network interface cards. There are various types of transceiver modules such as copper SFP, fiber optic SFP, CWDM SFP, etc. The RJ45 SFP module is a transceiver module that has been used as a legacy solution...
  • Fiber Bend Radius Guide

    Fiber Bend Radius Guide

    Fiber Bend Radius Guide The fiber optic market has witnessed an increase in the use of fiber optic cable assemblies. FTTx networks are the driving force behind the adoption of fiber optic cables. For almost any FOC (fiber optic cable) installer or technician, one of the most important considerations when installing fiber optic cables is maintaining a minimum fiber bend radius. During the installation...
  • SDI, HD-SDI, 3G-SDI, 6G-SDI, 12G-SDI: What are the Differences?

    SDI, HD-SDI, 3G-SDI, 6G-SDI, 12G-SDI: What are the Differences?

    SDI, HD-SDI, 3G-SDI, 6G-SDI, 12G-SDI: What are the Differences? As application scenarios such as broadcast, live events or so have an increasingly higher standard towards bandwidth, the SDI standard has witnessed contintous evolution. SDI-Serial Digital Interface, widely used in SDI encoders, SDI converters, and other equipment, which has been applied to radio and television fields, and security monitoring. including HD-SDI, 3G-SDI, 6G-SDI, and 12G-SDI, but...
  • How to stack switches together?

    How to stack switches together?

    How to stack switches together? Switch Stack is a commonly used technology in network design, especially when a large number of ports are required in a data center or large network. Why do we need stacking? Stacked switches not only provide high performance, but also maximize network scalability and simplify network management. This is why stackable switches are popular among network builders. What Is...
  • How to use SFP cables?

    How to use SFP cables?

    How to use SFP cables? SFP cable, also known as 10G SFP+ cable, SFP+ DAC twinax cable or SFP+ AOC cable, is a form of high speed cable with Small Form Factor Pluggable Plus on either end. They are suitable for in-rack connections between servers and switches. SFP cable’s popularity can be attributed to that Cat5e copper cabling and 1000BASE-T have dominated data center...
  • How to Crimp RJ45 Cat5e cable?

    How to Crimp RJ45 Cat5e cable?

    How to Crimp RJ45 Cat5e cable? When running network patch cords at home, it is more cost effective to use bulk cables and terminate the ends yourself. Because this gives the user the flexibility to cut to the desired length, be it very short or very long. On the other hand, if a 50-foot Ethernet cable needs to be routed upstairs through the closet...
  • How to choose Wireless Access Points (WAP)?

    How to choose Wireless Access Points (WAP)?

    How to choose Wireless Access Points (WAP)? Nowadays, as smartphones become more and more convenient, people's demand for the Internet is also increasing. Therefore, the projects of wireless coverage are constantly increasing. At the same time, many people are confused about choosing a wireless access point (WAP). This article summarizes some tips for you to consider when choosing a WAP. What is a WAP...
  • 48 Port 10GbE Switch: Choose SFP Switch or Copper Switch

    48 Port 10GbE Switch: Choose SFP Switch or Copper Switch

    48 Port 10GbE Switch: Choose SFP Switch or Copper Switch The advent of big data, virtualization and cloud computing are pushing higher speed network adoption. As such, data center networks are going through a profound change — in which 40GE has become ubiquitous and 10GE a must. Network managers have reaped great benefits by deploying 10G Ethernet switch at the edge of the large...
  • What is a passive optical network (PON)?

    What is a passive optical network (PON)?

    Introduction of PON PON stands for Passive Optical Network. A PON is a telecommunications network that transmits data over fiber-optic lines. It is "passive" since it uses passive optical splitter to route data sent from a central location to multiple destinations. PONs are used by ISPs and NSPs as a cost-effective way to provide Internet access for customers. Since PON is a point-to-multipoint (P2MP)...
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