10GbE INTERCONNECT IN THE DATA CENTER
Aquantia’s distinctive and patented architecture
has led the 10GBASE-T industry in all metrics,
from power consumption to density and performance.
As more data gets consolidated and processed in data centers, the need for higher performance compute nodes has been met with the constant innovation in both processor computing power and the increased use of server virtualization. Both have in turn increased the demand for higher bandwidth connectivity on servers.
The low-cost, high-level of integration, ubiquity, backward compatibility and ease of deployment characteristics of 10GBASE-T all contribute to make this PHY technology the fastest growing 10GbE interconnect in the data center. According to Crehan Research, 10GBASE-T will ship at a rate of 32 million ports in data centers in 2019.
Aquantia’s family of industry leading 10GBASE-T PHYs enables the mass transition to 10GE in data center class switches and servers.
Aquantia’s distinctive and patented architecture has led the 10GBASE-T industry in all metrics, from power consumption to density and performance.
“ Crehan Research projects that 10GBASE-T will ship at a rate of 32 million ports in data centers in 2019.”
This market is expecting 52% CAGR from 2015 through 2019.
Today, 80% of ports used in the data center market are concentrated in corporate data centers, which are typically found in Fortune 500 companies. Corporate data centers are very cost sensitive and, as a result, have historically made use of Ethernet cabling. Crehan Research reports that, in 2015, 71% of data center servers were shipped with GbE connectivity, representing a compound annual growth rate of 52% from 2015 through 2019, almost all of which use Ethernet cables due to the preference by corporate IT managers. Today, because the cost of 10GbE over Ethernet cable is approaching twice that of GbE, network engineers are transitioning their focus to purchasing equipment that will support faster speeds, allowing them to improve performance and increase work efficiency of their organizations. This transition is driving the current upgrade cycle.