The path to choosing the right approach for migration and network upgrades is, in a word, cumbersome. But Ingram Micro and Intel can help you simplify it.
Often considered secondary, Ethernet speed is a key factor because newly upgraded systems running 1 GbE networks can limit both the processor and storage potential. Business needs and the technical ability required to implement changes should be taken into account, as well as the overall cost of the network design.
Take a look through this invaluable guide that covers the more common Ethernet network upgrade paths. The decision to migrate BASE-T networks to 10, 25 or 100 GbE merits thoughtful consideration. Let Ingram Micro and Intel help you choose the path that works best for you.