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GBed

(ˈdʒiˈbid)
mod. goofballed; drug intoxicated. (Initialism. Drugs.) Gert got GBed fairly often before the accident.
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The S55 1/10 GbE ToR access switch will begin shipping to customers at the end of October.
The data captured by the NT40E2-1 on a single 40 GbE port can be intelligently distributed to multiple virtual machines.
With direct connection to GbE PHYs on the client side and SDH/SONET SerDes on the line side, GEM250 combines all the functions necessary to multiplex 2 Gigabit Ethernet streams into a single 2.
The least expensive--and by far the least complex--route to a dedicated backup network is through a dedicated GbE storage network (subnet) that connects multiple computers to centralized data storage devices--using standard Ethernet and the recently standardized iSCSI block storage protocol.
Brocade was the only vendor who could build a bridge towards higher densities of 100 GbE ports while leveraging the existing infrastructure.
The LSI GbE PHY is capable of reducing Ethernet switch power consumption by more than 30 percent, and it is available now for implementation in custom integrated designs.
We are pleased to be supporting this exciting project, which leads the industry in 100 GbE technology development.
They leverage the performance of GbE to offer the same advantages as fibre channel, but since they run on Ethernet they don't require new infrastructure or changes to applications.
Even as many data centers are just moving to 10 GbE today, it's critical for operators to plan ahead for the next generation of technology, and that's why ADC is ready to deliver fiber cabling for tomorrow's 802.
The primary technology underlying the OSN GbE solution, illustrated in Fig 1 and Fig 2, is the open Network Data Management Protocol (NDMP) standard (www.
The ratification of 40 GbE and 100 GbE is expected to help drive initiatives by data center managers and service providers to simplify their respective networks.
PC, retail networking and gateway markets are rapidly adopting GbE technology, driven by the growing appetite of consumers and enterprises for bandwidth, and the increasing popularity of triple-play applications -- combined data, voice, and video operating on a home network.
OpVista's New 'EtherWave' Solution and the Force10 S25P High Performance GbE / 10 GbE Access Switch Showcase How to Lower the Cost of GbE Distribution and Delivery
This successful 100 GbE transmission confirms the interoperability of both the CFP MSA standard and the IEEE 802.