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    InfiniBand and Ethernet cables go up to 200Gb/s...

    InfiniBand and Ethernet cables go up to 200Gb/s https://www.mellanox.com/page/products_dyn?product_family=265&mtag=connectx_6_vpi_card
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    No, because they are limited by the speed of PCIe...

    No, because they are limited by the speed of PCIe 3 x4 ~ 4 x 985 MB/s x 8 bit ~ 31.52 Gbit/s, ad some handshaking to it and the effective speed is below 30 Gbit/s.
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    This was meant for more than the max 2 meters you...

    This was meant for more than the max 2 meters you need.
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    Many options for the TB3 users...

    Many options for the TB3 users https://www.startech.com/Networking-IO/usb-network-adapters/?filter_USBHOSTTYPE=Thunderbolt+3+-+USB-C and this one is pretty fast...
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    2x 10 G (link aggregation) over copper upto 100...

    2x 10 G (link aggregation) over copper upto 100 meter is also pretty fast and not that expensive.
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    This looks elegant and simple enough for me...

    This looks elegant and simple enough for me https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/100_Gigabit_Ethernet

    We use the (redundant) 40 G over fibre for our backup server (250 meters in a different building on...
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    That is possible, just not over Thunderbolt.

    That is possible, just not over Thunderbolt.
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