10 Gbps Ports to Surpass 1 Gbps by 2016

In a newly released 5-Year Forecast Report by Dell’Oro Group, 10 Gbps server ports are expected to grow approximately five-fold by 2017, surpassing 1 Gbps server ports for the first time in 2015.

“We believe two main factors will drive the crossover point between 1 Gbps and 10 Gbps port shipments on servers between 2015 and 2016, namely price declines on 10 Gbps switches, and improvements to 10G Base-T technology that is very important for Small and Medium Businesses,” said Sameh Boujelbene, Senior Analyst covering Controller & Adapter market research at Dell’Oro Group.? “Nevertheless, we still expect a significant portion of the server offerings based on Grantley, Intel’s next server platform planned for 2014/2015, to deploy 1 Gbps as the default network connection. ?Server vendors are under tremendous pricing pressure from Taiwan-based server contract manufacturers (aka ODMs), and deploying 10 Gbps as the default network connection could put them at a disadvantage.”

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