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Structured versus Point-to-Point Networks

By NetCablesPlus
Aug 26, 2009
  1. Howdy,

    It has been a while since I last posted. I am trying to help out a reporter with a story on networking and I would like to get this group's thoughts on the topic below:

    Cabling: Structured vs. Point-To-Point
    When it comes to data center cabling, there are two primary options: structured and point-to-point. This article should look at the pros and cons of both, how they differ, etc. When and where is one option a better fit over the other? How does the cabling option chosen affect overall data center flexibility, performance, and future-proofing?

    Any or all comments would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

    JR
     
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