Basically, you can run fiber to your servers and attach to a fiber NIC in each (more expensive). You can test your...
5e channels and make sure that they pass all the 5e performance parameters and connect them to a 10/100/1000 switch port and make sure that they have a gig card in them (much less expensive) or you can run fiber from your switch room to your server room where you have another switch that has 10/100/1000 ports and connect the servers to it. Alternatively you can look into some traceivers, but I am not a fan of them because it is another point of failure. If I am missing something - shoot me an email or you can send me a network diagram and I would be glad to help.
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