Know the difference between “Fibre” vs. “fiber” in connectivity hardware.
References to Fibre Channel can be confusing partly due to the use of the words “fibre” and “fiber” interchangeably.
Both spellings mean essentially the same thing, but have evolved with the technology to be used for more specific aspects of the architecture or hardware.
“Fibre” is used in non-US international English, and the spelling “fiber” is primarily used in US English. The official spelling of the FC technology is “Fibre Channel”. The word “fiber” is generally used more often when referring to the actual optical glass fiber cables used to facilitate high speed communication over long distances.
Now you know the common usage of the terms fibre vs fiber. Though making it all work together is a whole different matter which will be covered on this site soon.