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Open Compute Project accepts Facebook’s 100Gbps Wedge switch; Accton starts selling it

Facebook is announcing today that the Open Compute Project (OCP) has accepted its contribution of the Wedge 100 top-of-rack Ethernet switch that transmits data at 100 Gigabits per second (Gbps). This in itself isn’t very surprising, given that it has happened many times as Facebook has shared technology with the wider community through the OCP, […]
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