1. Articles in category: Ethernet

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    1. The Ethernet community is working to introduce six new rates in the next 3 years

      The Ethernet community is working to introduce six new rates in the next 3 years

      In its first 27 years of existence we saw the introduction of six Ethernet rates – 10Mbps, 100Mbps, 1Gbps, 10Gbps 40Gbps and 100Gbps.  And the Ethernet community is now working feverously to introduce six new rates - 2.5Gbps, 5Gbps, 25Gbps 50Gbps, 200Gbps and 400Gbps - in the next three years.

      Ethernet is evolving and the days of focusing on the development of a single speed are gone. 

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    2. 17-20 November – GEN14 Event Will Define Future of Global Networking – Event Preview

      17-20 November – GEN14 Event Will Define Future of Global Networking – Event Preview

      Less than 2 weeks from now, the MEF will host the must-see networking event of the year for industry professionals involved in all aspects of the Carrier Ethernet, SDN, NFV, and optical networking ecosystem: the GEN14 conference held on 17 – 20 November at the Gaylord National in Washington, DC.

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      Mentions: SDN
    3. Ethernet is coming to cars

      Ethernet is coming to cars

      One of the top microchip suppliers for the auto industry has announced its first automotive-grade Ethernet chipset and software, paving the way for car makers to install 100Mbps networks in vehicles.

      The new processors fwill connect in-car electronics and Wi-Fi routers over standard two-wire twisted pair cable, not CAT 5, making it robust enough to serve as a networking topology for vehicles.

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      Mentions: Services Video
    4. The Evolution Of The Ethernet Switch

      The Evolution Of The Ethernet Switch

      Faster speeds are just part of the new Ethernet technology. New forwarding technologies and the emergence of SDN also are changing the Ethernet switch landscape.

      Switching is a huge area of innovation for the networking industry, with vendors continuing to find ways to genuinely differentiate themselves from each other. Not every switch is right for every potential customer, so it's essential that you understand the changing landscape before making a purchase.

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    5. 8 Ethernet predictions for 2014

      8 Ethernet predictions for 2014

      Among the many expectations for IT in 2014, Ethernet is projected to broaden its penetration in the metro area and the WAN. The ubiquitous technology will become further entrenched as a broadband access, cloud interconnect and wide area medium, further distancing itself from legacy TDM services. Here are eight predictions for Ethernet in the New Year, from service provider Comcast Business Services:

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      Mentions: Services
    6. Data Center Networking Market To Reach $21.85 Billion By 2018: Report

      Data Center Networking Market To Reach $21.85 Billion By 2018: Report

      Adoption of next-generation Ethernet switches, SAN products, and network security tools as data centers becomes increasingly virtualized will drive market growth, according to new research.

      Ethernet switches will see the largest growth due primarily to the increased adoption of next-generation 40 Gigabit Ethernet and 100GbE data center switching platforms, MarketsandMarkets analyst Neha Sinha said in an email interview.

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