Monday, November 4, 2013

Survey: Needs and Challenges of 10G Networks

A survey made WildPackets ".. surveyed more than 100 network engineers and IT directors to determine where companies were with the state of migrating to 10G networks. Along with getting a better understanding of migration, the team also set out to get a better understanding of the challenges faced when deploying 10G, 40G and 100G networks and what network engineers needed in a network analysis solution at these faster speeds".

Some of the findings:

See "The State of Faster Networks" - here and "Data Visibility Challenges at 10G and What You Can Do about It" - here.


  1. 10G Ethernet MAC works efficiently in different types of process that it needs to perform. It can support different kinds of IETF MIB-II objects and IEEE-related objects while completing Ethernet line process or NIC applications.
    Ultra-low latency MAC

  2. It comes with unique and amazing features and benefits making it an exceptional offload engine. There are actually several interesting points to know about 10 G TCP offload.

  3. Aside from protocol overhead which the Full TCP Offload can handle and address, it will also be able to address other architectural issues and problems that often affect large percentage or amount of the host based endpoints – PC and Server.
    10 G TCP Offload

  4. There are many types of TCP off load, the full TCP offload, HBA and the chimney partial offload. There are lots of TCP manufacturer out there. To get the reliable one make sure that the company is legitimate and many years of experience in this kind of business.
    TCP Offload, Full Kernel Bypass

  5. Full kernel Bypass technology is used for optimizing network performances. It decodes the network packets and passes the data from kernel space to user space by copying it |TCP offload IP Core|

  6. For this reason, the TCP Offload IP core will let users to effectively handle the TCP IP more than 10 Gigabyte Ethernet on different Altera platforms like AoE Solarflare and SocKit.