The Ethernet Alliance (EA) recently announced the 45-year anniversary of the Ethernet
We’d like to thank George Zimmerman of the NBASE-T and Ethernet Alliances, for taking time out of his busy schedule to talk to us about his journey from the NASA SETI project and how solving the problem of noisy signals helped lead us to the Ethernet technology we have today.
Opinions expressed here are his own and not those of the IEEE-SA or the Ethernet Alliance.
The Ethernet Alliance has revealed a standardization road map indicating that by the end of 2020, a total of 6 new standards will support the growing demand for bandwidth in residential, enterprise, and data center environments.
This handful of standards indicates that the evolution of Ethernet has strayed from the once linear tenfold pursuit of accelerated speeds.
Ethernet As A Brand of Innovation
In his 2013 Technology Exploration
Last Week, the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, Ca housed The Ethernet Alliance’s Technology Exploration Forum which discussed some of the latest developments in Ethernet technology. Discussion topics ranged from the future of data center speeds, to the possibility
The Internet of Things is expected to take over everything from small home appliances to vehicular transportation over the next couple of years. The Ethernet Alliance (EA) anticipates that the future demand of Ethernet devices requires further consumer protection from faulty