port density

port density

The number of physical sockets on a device, such as a network switch, router or hub. The more ports, the greater the port density, and the more devices or lines that can be supported by the unit.
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The Model R232 features a port density of 32 inputs and 2 outputs in a single 1RU frame, an ultra-wide operating range of 5 MHz to 2 GHz that covers all carriers, 20dB input-to-output gain, and a per-port-cost within the $100/port range.
WoMaster has developed the new DS410F for industrial environments requiring high port density fiber communication such as industrial automation and highway tunnel surveillance.
Honored for the innovative nature of the solution by cable telecommunications and engineering experts, these new panels provide extreme port density in a modular, compact design that helps transition to high fiber counts.
Artel will showcase new IP features and functionality in its InfinityLink broadcast media transport platform including greater port density for transporting 3G/HD/SD-SDI and ASI, as well as high-speed data transport over 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) interfaces supporting SMPTE 2022-7 Seamless Protection Switching.
Today's data storage and management requires maximum port density in the smallest possible space.
With the ability to support industry-leading packet switch density, the PSM-2C increases optical spectral efficiency by a factor of ten, optimizes scalability of the platform for hyper-growth applications with a 350% increase in DWDM capacity per module, and increases efficiency of router port hand-offs, router port density, and router fabric utilization.
Molex, LLC has unveiled the Nano-Pitch I/O 80-Circuit Interconnect System, which offers the highest port density (number of high-speed differential lanes) and speed (25 Gbps per lane) in the smallest package available.
Delivering the industry's highest port density in a one rack unit (1RU) chassis, the switch offers 24 to 64 ports for "pay-as-you-grow" flexibility and scalability.
In addition, the access product ZXCTN 6100 series is included, alongside the large-capacity, super-high port density MPLS switch ZXR10 5900E and ZXR10 8900E, used to cover 11 models from access, aggregation, core, to security gateway broadband user access.
These rates are set to be widely used for the next 10 years, leaving the market with a huge demand in solutions that can support the legacy data-rate at 100Gbps data rate with increasing port density, said the statement.
As part of the LANmark Fibre range, Nexans has introduced Slimflex fibre patch cords, specifically designed for environments with increasing port density, such as the data centre.

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