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Data Center Interconnect” Related Articles

An Innovative DCI Solution Meets the Surge in Bandwidth Demands and Drives Digital Transformation

Xu Min 2020-06-08
According to the Global Interconnection Index released by Equinix, the DCI bandwidth capacity is expected to reach 13,300 Tbit/s in 2022, with a compound annual growth rate of 51%. This will be essential, as the government, finance, telecommunications, and other industries are increasingly dependent on the digital service ecosystem, driving demand for higher interconnection bandwidths.

Era of Innovation: Huawei OptiXtrans DC908 Makes Building DCI Networks Easier for Enterprises

Zheng Shaorong 2020-05-30
In modern times, the data center interconnect (DCI) domain is undergoing an innovation similar to the above-mentioned development from professional computers to PCs. Currently, the surges of DCI traffic are leading to an exponential increase in leased line costs, which severely suppresses the bandwidth requirements of various digital transformation applications. Given this, an increasing number of financial companies, governments, and large enterprises are considering building their own DCI networks.

Enterprise-Built DCI Networks: Key Areas of Focus

Yang Feng 2020-05-26
The construction of enterprise-built DCI networks is key for the digital transformation of finance, government, and enterprise industries.

Why Build Your Own DCI?

Dai Ren 2020-04-30
Just as steam engines, generators, computers, and the Internet revolutionized society before, new 5G, AI, and cloud-driven technologies are doing the same.

Enabling Intelligent DCI O&M

Sun Bo 2019-09-16
Data center interconnect (DCI) serves as the foundation of enterprise digital transformation. DCI networks carry increasing amounts of services and require higher reliability.

How Can Transmission Devices Be Easily Deployed in Data Centers?

Yang Feng 2019-09-12
Automobiles have been around for more than a century. In the early days, it took 728 man-hours to assemble just one automobile, making it impossible to meet the market demand. After Ford invented the assembly line, that time was shortened to a mere 90 minutes. With such improved efficiency, the go-to-market (GTM) time of automobiles was greatly shortened and the assembly cost was reduced, making it possible for almost every home to have an automobile.

Addressing New DCI Challenges in the Cloud Era

Zheng Shaorong 2019-09-10
Cloud services are a shared economy in the IT industry, while data centers are the carriers of these services. Due to limited land resources and equipment room space, data centers are increasingly deployed in a distributed manner, requiring WDM technology to connect them to provide unified services.

Accelerating DCI

Dai Ren 2019-09-10
With the rapid development of big data, cloud computing, and mobile Internet, more and more enterprises are opting to build multiple data centers, with the traffic between them steadily increasing.

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