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Dispersion

In statistics, the placement of data points along a chart relative to an average or mean line. Dispersion is important to finance as the data points of say, a stock, determine the mean, which in turn helps determines the stock's trend. Dispersion is also used to determine volatility: data points all over the chart indicate that a stock has wild fluctuation in price.
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8220;Institutions upgraded to Multimode fiber and Fast Ethernet years ago but now find the transmission speeds are no longer sufficient.
The cost of a premises network when installed using multimode fiber with 850-nm VCSELs is lower than the cost of a network that has been installed using either single-mode or multimode fiber with 1,300-nm lasers.
In order to meet this demand, an effective migration strategy is required to transition from 10Gb Ethernet to 40 and 100 Gigabit Ethernet 100GbE over multimode fiber for switch-to-server and storage area network connections in data centers, and for core switching and routing connections in the backbone.
Corning ClearCurve multimode fiber is designed to confine these modes within the fiber's core; the result is a virtually undiminished optical signal and a reduced risk of network downtime.
Multimode fiber systems traditionally have provided the most cost-effective solutions for meeting increased bandwidth demands.
ClearCurve 50-micron multimode fiber meets or exceeds the OM3 industry standard for high-bandwidth, laser-optimized multimode fibers, as well as the proposed OM4 standard.
During its audit of the new DMD test stand, UL certified that PANDUIT Labs meets the performance and tolerance specifications outlined by TIA-455-220-A and IEC 60793-1-49 for measuring DMD of multimode fiber.
10GBASE-LRM uses EDC techniques to support transmission of 220 meters on installed legacy multimode fiber plant in data center and enterprise networks.
5 micron) multimode fiber, and 260 meters of OM2 (50 micron) multimode fiber.
The optimal mixed-media solution is singlemode fiber for the backbone, offering nearly unlimited bandwidth and high reliability, and either copper or multimode fiber to the desktop, with the segments joined by media conversion tools that bridge the gap between disparate technologies.
BeamExpress LX4 transceivers provide cost effective solutions and upgrades for enterprise switch applications at 10 Gb/s over legacy multimode fiber and 10km campus to campus applications over single mode fiber

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