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Standards Insight Blog
Ethernet expands into new application areas: The Connected Car
19 August 2016
Technologists around the world have been working for years to create infrastructure and networks to expand connectivity globally with the goal of connecting more people in more ways to improve life. And this dream is coming to realization with the emergence of the Internet of Things with Ethernet and its standards playing a major role in moving this innovation forward.
5-7 October 2016 - Denver, CO
NESC Workshop: Changes for the Future
18-19 October 2016 - San Antonio, TX
IEEE International Forum on Smart Grids for Smart Cities (SG4SC)
16-18 October 2016 - Paris, France
EVOLUTION OF ETHERNET STANDARDS IN IEEE 802.3 WORKING GROUP
Standards University, 16 August 2016
Ethernet is constantly evolving, adapting to the needs of the networking world and addressing the requirements of both operators and end-users. In this paper, we look at the latest projects adding new features and capabilities to the family of wired Ethernet standards that enable the exponential growth of the Ethernet ecosystem and are driven by technical maturity, cost-effectiveness, and broad market support.
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National Electrical Safety Code®
Published exclusively by IEEE, the NESC® contains provisions that are considered necessary for the safety of employees & the public under the specified conditions.