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With the wide adoption of virtualization, the convergence of audio, video, and data and the rapid proliferation of bandwidth intensive applications, the widespread deployment of Gigabit to the desktop has become a bottleneck for any network access layer.
When the new Warner Center is up and running and the ring is in place, the switches will support the 10 gigabit backbone ring using Ethernet Automatic Protection Switching (EAPS) that offers fast link failover enabling gigabit to the desktop for students and faculty.
Yet, designing an infrastructure to support gigabit to the desktop was complicated by an imperative to future-proof the wired network.
As gigabit technology has become more affordable, small businesses now have the ability of upgrading the performance of their networks and extending gigabit to the desktop.
The OmniSwitch 6850s are the first Alcatel switches to provide Gigabit power-over-Ethernet (PoE) capabilities, as well as offer extensive port diversity, full Alcatel Operating System (AOS) support, gigabit to the desktop, 10 Gigabit uplinks, and enhanced performance for a flexible, intelligent and highly available network.
We wanted to be able to go as fast as we could on the backbone while enabling gigabit to the desktop," notes Gwinn.
The new Cisco infrastructure will help provide IP communications initially to 800 users, support wireless network connectivity, and run Gigabit to the Desktop to support video and graphic intensive environments.
It is an ideal solution for growing businesses desiring to drive Gigabit to the desktop and future-proof the network.