Company: Brocade Communications
| Category: Ethernet Networks
| Published: April 2011
Data centre server racks are generally arranged with a switch at the top, one in the middle and one at the bottom. They switch traffic in a linear way, managing traffic and limiting bandwidth consumption. Individual stacks talk to others via master switches. It's complicated, clunky, doesn't make the best of you processing power and introduces latency - no matter how good your team is.
Learn how to flatten your network and get big iron performance from your existing racks.
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