This year we are celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Ethernet.
The 2023 anniversary edition of the Ethernet Alliance Ethernet Roadmap offers the industry unique insights for navigating the multitude of numerous roads making up today’s Ethernet ecosystem.
“We are now at the half-century mark and Ethernet’s star continues to rise. As a profoundly resilient technology that’s getting progressively faster, it is an innovation engine that drives market diversification and fuels business growth.”
Peter Jones, Chairman, Ethernet Alliance
Stretching from the current landscape to its far horizon, the industry’s only Ethernet roadmap reflects the latest advancements, speeds, and milestones.
As the volume and variety of applications expand, bridging between legacy systems and emerging technologies is increasingly critical. The application space must also be considered before the relevant speeds and solutions can be determined. The Ethernet Roadmap helps users plot their path through the myriad of rates and solutions available now.
Since 2015, the Ethernet Alliance has regularly released new versions of the roadmap, providing the industry an easy, graphical way to keep informed of Ethernet updates and advancements. Packed full of information, the roadmap is comprised of two sections:
- Side 1: an illustrated map that details the speeds and application spaces
- Side 2: visualizes the Ethernet ecosystem and related technologies
Within the guide, Ethernet nomenclature is explained, as well as technical references offered to help users understand how Ethernet is achieving 400GbE, 800GbE and beyond.
Complimentary printed copies of the roadmap will be offered at various Ethernet Alliance events and panel sessions throughout the year, starting with OFC 2023 San Diego.
Download Your Copy Today!
- 2023 Roadmap – Digital Version
- 2023 Roadmap – Side 1 (for print)
- 2023 Roadmap – Side 2 (for print)
- 2023 Roadmap – Individual Graphics
Please attribute Ethernet Alliance as the source for all Ethernet Roadmap artwork.
Thank you to the Ethernet Alliance’s Roadmap Subcommittee who helped review and develop this year’s anniversary edition.
Curious about past versions of the Roadmap?