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CEE

Short for Converged Enhanced Ethernet, CEE is an enhanced single interconnect Ethernet technology designed to enable the convergence of various applications in data centers, such as LAN, SAN and HPC. These applications are designed for transport over existing storage networks with a high throughput and low-latency communication. CEE may also be called Data Center Ethernet, or it may be referred to as DCE by Cisco.







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