Mar 15, 2016

Breaking Flash – Why Your Infrastructure Might Let You Down

Many data centers are moving to flash-based arrays to respond to the performance and agility expectations of the organization. Flash promises low latent storage systems will keep pace with increasing density of the virtual environment; it also promises scaling up mission critical applications. As IT professionals head down this path, danger lurks behind the scenes…

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Feb 11, 2016

Faulty Cabling Infrastructure Derails Projects

A data center networking strategy marches along to a certain cadence, and the fabric of communication must keep pace with advances in the organization. While networking hardware companies provide connectivity solutions for data centers, their portfolios are dependent on a quality cabling infrastructure. A failure in cabling infrastructure can cause the cadence to be broken,…

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Jan 11, 2016

Infrastructure Matters – LAN/Campus vs. Data Center Structured Cabling

Many people think increasing bandwidth in a storage network is  always a good thing. But there are some drawbacks. For example, as bandwidth increases, the margin for error regarding link loss budget decreases. The complication  is many data center storage infrastructures stem from LAN/Campus network products and philosophies instead of a data center based infrastructure…

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Jan 7, 2016

DCS – Looking ahead to 2016

DALLAS, TX. – The future is bright for Dallas-based data center networking company Data Center Systems. Not only is the company coming off a strong 2015, it is approaching 2016 hoping to shed the moniker, “The Best Kept Secret in our Industry.” Chief Operating Officer Michael Cox thinks the biggest success of 2015 was winning…

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Jan 4, 2016

Infrastructure Matters – What is True Structured Connectivity?

True Structured Connectivity Solutions specify all ports on all devices are represented by a port on the front of a patch panel at a Central Patching Location (CPL). In doing so, it facilitates move, add, and changes in the data center, which reduces potential for human errors and reduces the number of connection points which…

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Dec 14, 2015

ETHERNET ALLIANCE PRESENTS THE 2015 ETHERNET ROADMAP

This year the Ethernet Alliance unveiled The 2015 Ethernet Roadmap which summarizes Ethernet’s future, highlights versatility of the world’s most ubiquitous networking technology with diverse range of speeds and new applications.  For more information please click on Ethernet Alliance.

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Mar 25, 2015

THE CRITICALITY OF CABLING INFRASTRUCTURE IN HIGH PERFORMANCE STORAGE NETWORKING

We’re happy to announce that Storage Switzerland has started promotion of a new article entitled “The Criticality of Cabling Infrastructure in High Performance Storage Networking.” This article written by George Crump, Chief Steward and Storage Switzerland President and Founder, provides an overview of market dynamics driving the need to strongly consider connectivity when deploying next-gen…

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Jan 23, 2015

DCS JOINS THE ETHERNET ALLIANCE

We’re happy to announce that DCS has joined the Ethernet Alliance as a Participating Member. The Ethernet Alliance is a global consortium of system and component vendors, industry experts, as well as both university and government professionals. As a Participating Member, DCS will support the organization’s mission which is to promote industry awareness, acceptance, and…

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