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Google Building Its Own

Paul Jakma (2677) writes | more than 5 years ago

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Paul Jakma writes "NyquistCapital argue that Google are building their own 10GigE switches, with ASICs from Broadcom. "We were watching shipments of SFP+ components for 10GbE in the market but simply couldn't account for their end destination — sort of an optical component dark matter problem.", Andrew Schmitt writes, of their reasoning for their conclusion. The blog speculates that start-up Arastra may be involved with Google in some way. Might Google help drive adoption of a simplified 10GigE standard?"
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