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400G connectivity refers to high-speed network connectivity or data transmission at a rate of 400 gigabits per second (Gbps). It represents a significant leap in data transfer capacity and is commonly used in modern networking and data center environments. 

400G connectivity utilizes advanced networking technologies and equipment to achieve such high speeds. It typically involves the use of optical fiber cables and networking devices that support 400G Ethernet interfaces. These interfaces employ advanced modulation techniques and multiplexing technologies to transmit and receive data at 400Gbps. 

By adopting 400G connectivity, organizations can benefit from increased network bandwidth and capacity, enabling them to handle large volumes of data and support bandwidth-intensive applications. It offers faster data transfer rates, reduced latency, and improved network performance, supporting the growing demands of cloud computing, data analytics, high-resolution video streaming, and other data-intensive workloads.