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I would like to point out the presence of a Xenpak page. I suggest merging the information contained in both of these pages. Also, IMHO such instances should be corrected by creating one page with the official (if there is one) spelling/capitalisation and all alternative names could redirect to this page. Of course if there are 2 entities using the same name with different capitalisation, the above will not apply. (talk) 07:14, 17 June 2008 (UTC)Ferdi

Can we get a new picture in here?[edit]

I mean, it's a nice picture and all, but we get a better view of her rack than of the device. user:Andy_Christ

MSA not that old[edit]

"Since the standard was introduced in 1991"

I think 2001 would be more accurate. Also XENPAK is not a standard as I understand it but rather a multi-source agreement (MSA).

Yes, I think the article says that now? Should still be writen in past tense since it has generally been superceded, I think? Also I would put X2 (Cisco) to point here too, since it used the same interface but was just a smaller version (also generally defunct or on its way out). W Nowicki (talk) 21:59, 7 May 2011 (UTC)