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The Case for Brand-Equivalent Optics in the Data Center

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Data centers can save a lot of money with brand-equivalent optics. But buyers have historically been uncertain about quality and support. InterOpticís Robert Coenen explains on the InformationWeek News Desk at Interop why the rules for optic procurement have changed dramatically -- and how IoT, 5G, and other technologies are driving increased implementation of optical connections.

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