Free Whitepaper: Testing 10 Gigabit Ethernet Over Copper on a Shoestring Budget

Free Whitepaper: Testing 10 Gigabit Ethernet Over Copper on a Shoestring Budget

Written by Don Schultz, trueCABLE Technical Sales Representative & Wire Expert

Are you ready to take the plunge into 10 Gigabit networking? If yes, the next question is often “How do I test this stuff?” After all, you spent all of this money on new network gear and want to know you got your money’s worth.

You see, while the rest of the technology world has been seeing price reductions there is one corner of it that will still cost dearly: test equipment. Secondarily, there is a distinct lack of information out there about how to test this technology to make sure it’s performing as it should. Up until now, this area has been the purview of professional network engineers and for the most part they are not talking. At the very least, they have not documented their trials and tribulations for the rest of us! My goal is to help change that, so please download my whitepaper to get the full details.

The main focus of the article is how to test 10 Gigabit Ethernet without having to do something illegal, just to afford the test equipment.

In this 14-page whitepaper we’ll take a deep dive into some key areas such as:

  • What Ethernet testers are commonly available
  • What the Ethernet tester can really do, and what the costs are
  • Certification versus verification
  • Verification and validation of 10 Gigabit Ethernet on a budget

You’ll get step-by-step instructions for a solution that was specifically developed by me to address the DIY crowd. After extensive research, testing, and basic trial and error this is the most effective way of getting from Point A to Point B.

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