10 Gigabit Ethernet Port Shipments Up, Prices Down

January 2006
Business Communications Review;Jan2006, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports that 10-gigabit Ethernet market trends in the third quarter of 2005 remained similar to those in the second quarter, with steep price declines fueling strong port shipment growth. Port shipments increased 40 percent as port prices approached $5,000. A continuation of these trends is anticipated in 2006 as well.


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