The Ethernet Alliance announced during last year’s Technology Exploration Forum (TEF) that it would be pursuing a series of 5 new Ethernet standards: 2.5 GbE, 5 GbE, 25 GbE, 50 GbE, and 400 GbE. Instead of pursuing increasingly faster rates, the consortium showed greater sensitivity towards pursuing
The IEEE Communications Society, the IEEE Phototonics Society, and the Optical Society Association will be sponsoring the Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exposition (OFC) on March 22nd-26th. The exposition itself will be taking place on March 24th-26th. The conference will report on the latest breakthroughs in the fiber optics
Even though at first glance desktop VoIP phones and traditional phones appear identical, they’re not. Even the simplest VoIP phones are considered computers. This enables VoIP phones to offer a much more dynamic approach to communication than traditional analog telephone lines.
VoIP phones rely on the internet to send digital packets. Unlike the analog signals of a traditional phone, VoIP