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Bob Metcalfe Keynote: IEEE 802® LAN/MAN Standards Committee Ethernet 40th Anniversary Celebration
"Ethernet Inventor and 3Com Founder Bob Metcalfe delivers an entertaining overview of Ethernet’s past, present and future at the IEEE 802® LAN/MAN Standards Committee’s Ethernet 40th Anniversary Celebration.”
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Standards That Advance Transportation Electrification
The Institute, 7 April 2014
This article is part of our April 2014 special report, “Transportation Electrification,” which highlights technological advances in the industry that will make vehicles safer, less reliant on fossil fuels, and eventually autonomous.
The IEEE Standards Association has introduced a number of standards for transportation electrification, with others in the works.
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