Tag: Data Center Infrastructure

Reduce Test Time from Hours to Minutes

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Reduce Test Time from Hours to Minutes

Nicole Faubert 2020.07.31

Today’s hyperscale data centers stream terabits of data every second to enable cloud services for global communication. Accelerating the capacity for faster channels pushes the physical limitations of

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#Data Center Infrastructure #400GE

What is DDR5?

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What is DDR5?

Nicole Faubert 2020.04.30

Each new generation of the DDR synchronous dynamic random access memory (SDRAM) standard delivers significant improvements over the previous generation including increased speeds, reduced footprint, a

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#Data Center Infrastructure #400GE #DDR5

What You Missed at OFC and Why You Needn’t Regret It

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What You Missed at OFC and Why You Needn’t Regret It

Stephanie Michel 2020.04.15

Before OFC, we were more than excited to showcase a wealth of new Keysight products and solutions that will surely contribute in accelerating innovation for connecting and securing the world. However,

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#Optical + Photonic #Data Center Infrastructure #Arbitrary Waveform Generators #Oscilloscopes #BERT

PCIe Standards: What You Need to Know

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PCIe Standards: What You Need to Know

Nicole Faubert 2020.03.30

PCIe is a core technology used in many types of computer servers and endpoint devices. PCIe is scalable, and slots come in different configurations of bidirectional lanes: x1, x4, x8, x16, x32. The nu

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#Data Center Infrastructure #PCIe 5.0 #PCIe

What is Chord Signaling?

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What is Chord Signaling?

Nicole Faubert 2019.12.12

Driven by 5G technology, data-intensive applications such as virtual reality (VR), artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), Internet of Things (IoT), and the roll-out of autonomous vehicle

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#400GE #Data Center Infrastructure #PAM4

What is FEC?

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What is FEC?

Nicole Faubert 2019.12.03

Data center operators have begun migrating their networks to 400 gigabit Ethernet (GE), and research and development into 800G and terabit speeds is under way. Faster throughput is no longer just a ma

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#400GE #Data Center Infrastructure #PAM4