A decade ago, enterprise data center managers were looking at infrastructure requirements to prepare for a migration from 1 to 10 Gigabit Ethernet for server connections and 10G to 40G/100G for uplinks. With many just now starting to make that leap, 400G
and 800G may seem a bit farfetched anytime soon. However, trends in digital transformation, bandwidth-intensive applications, and the need to cut cost have paved the road to 400/800G.
Both 400G and 800G offer broad market potential for both enterprise and cloud data centers.
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