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The 2022 Ethernet Roadmap is Here
by Ethernet Alliance • EventsRoadmapTechnology
Delivering broad perspective over technology’s applications, features and new directions The Ethernet Alliance released its 2022 Ethernet Roadmap — the industry’s only publicly available Ethernet guide sharing key underlying technologies,…
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The IEEE 802.3 Goes Virtual
by Jeff Maki • Technology
By Jeffery Maki The IEEE 802.3™ Ethernet Working Group would ordinarily meet in person six times a year (three IEEE 802 Plenaries and three IEEE 802.3 Interim Meetings) but the…
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Ethernet is Everywhere – Pandemic 2020 Edition
by David Rodgers • Technology
By: David J. Rodgers, Ethernet Alliance; Senior Product Marketing Manager, Teledyne LeCroy Like most, I’ve been relegated to working from home since mid-March of this year.  Luckily, I have a…
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Reducing the barriers to “Anything is Possible”
by Mike Vermeer • Technology
How Single Pair Ethernet expands automation system possibility by Mike Vermeer, Ethernet Alliance member; Engineering Development Strategy Manager, Panduit Our economy depends on the ingenuity of its producers to deliver. …
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by Dave Estes • TechnologyTradeshow
By:     David Estes, Spirent Communications David J, Rodgers, Teledyne LeCroy Due to the pervasive increase in the Covid-19 virus and in support of the health and wellbeing of our…
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Get Plugged in to Ethernet’s Next Era
by John D'Ambrosia • TechnologyUncategorized
Today’s IEEE 802.3 Ethernet standard consists of 126 clauses and associated annexes that spans 8 sections or approximately 5600 pages.  The IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Working Group produces these Ethernet standards,…
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PAM4 is Here!
by John D'Ambrosia • TechnologyUncategorized
We are at a unique point in Ethernet’s history. During the development of IEEE Std 802.3bs™-2017 for 200 GbE and 400 GbE, a critical decision was made to shift from…
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On the Go with Ethernet
by John D'Ambrosia • TechnologyUncategorized
Ethernet’s roots in the enterprise space are undeniable.  The development of 1000BASE-T is considered by many to be the most successful Ethernet project ever.   Nonetheless, Ethernet’s expansion into new application…
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The Quest
by John D'Ambrosia • TechnologyUncategorized
When the journey to 100 Gigabit Ethernet began over 10 years ago, the question was often asked when would native 100 Gb/s Ethernet be specified?  Flash forward to 2018 and…
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Ethernet’s Continuing Expansion
by John D'Ambrosia • Technology
Congratulations to the group of individuals, who were successful at the IEEE 802 November Plenary at getting the IEEE 802.3TM EPON Protocol over Coax (EPoC) Study Group formed.  IEEE 802.3…
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It’s Always an Exciting Time for Ethernet
by John D'Ambrosia • Technology
Technologies developed over the past several years are finding their way into the market.  10 Gigabit Ethernet (10 GbE) is the next big step in server interconnect technology, as products…
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Five Minutes With Scott G. Kipp
by Ethernet Alliance • Technology
In October 2011, the Ethernet Alliance named Scott G. Kipp, Senior Technologist at Brocade Communications Systems, as its new President, succeeding outgoing President, Jim Theodoras, of ADVA Optical Networking. With…