Deployment of decentralised datacenters has generated a growing demand for bandwidth, which is essential for instant access to data, and particularly for operation of these datacenters. These requirements call for speeds of up to 40 Gbits/s, made possible now by fibre optic cable. An effective technological response, but one that comes at a substantial cost per port. To respond to this problem, the General Cabling Group has confirmed the possibility of obtaining 40 Gbits/s on twisted pair copper cables and is now defining a new category : Category 8.

In this White Paper :
- What could make CAT8 the only solution for the real requirements of datacenters?

- The crucial need for a standardised connector

- ISO and TIA/EIA: what are their positions?

- Class I Channel and Class II Channel: possible ways to use CAT8

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