Tag: IEEE 802™

IEEE P802.3df™ Defines Architecture Holistically to Achieve 800 Gb/s and 1.6 Tb/s Ethernet

Ethernet networking technology has come a long way since 1985 when the seminal Ethernet standard IEEE 802.3™ was published, providing for packet-based data transfer at 10 Mb/s. Since then Ethernet…

Consumer Communications Workstream

An incubation space for new standards and solutions, certifications and codes of conduct, and consensus building for ethical implementation of intelligent technologies

5 Ways Technology Standards Can Help You In Your Career

Many of the technologies, devices, and products you work with as a technology professional, from Wi-Fi to messaging apps, function based on IEEE Standards.

New Standard Allows Operators to Better Manage Ethernet Networks

IEEE 1904.2 Standard Aims to Reduce Costs and Improve Management of Connected Devices

How Time-Sensitive Networking Benefits Fronthaul Transport

IEEE 802.1CM™ Standard Connects Fronthaul Transport Networks via More Cost-effective Packet Ethernet Solution

Common Purpose, Different Paths: Stories of IEEE Standards Developers

In this article, four volunteers shared how participating in the IEEE SA working groups raises the world’s standards to make technology better, safer, and more sustainable.

How Two New Standards Can Help Ethernet Achieve Higher Speeds and Reach Longer Distances

IEEE 802.3cp and IEEE 802.3ct Aim for Faster and Longer-Distance Ethernet Services

Video Q&A: Connecting Rural India Through Technology Standards

[toggle title=”View Video Transcript” state=”close”] Purva Rajkotia: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Rural Communication video series. In this series, we ask industry leaders and experts about their insights on how…

Data Privacy and Ease-of-Use in Wireless Networks

How Two New IEEE 802.11 Standardization Projects Aim to Strike the Balance
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