Tag: IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Working Group

Ethernet’s Next Bar is Now – 800 Gb/s!

The new, faster, Ethernet standard: IEEE 802.3df, is capable of speeds up to 800 Gb/s. This standard was driven by industry’s need for faster Ethernet speeds.

Higher Ethernet Speed, Smoother Data Transfer, and Increased Range

New IEEE 802.3 Standards Specify 100 Gb/s Signaling over Cable and Fiber and an Extended-Reach Super-PON

IEEE P802.3dg Aims to Advance Ethernet for Industrial and Operational Technology Applications

Supplying Higher-Speed, Long-Reach 100 Mb/s Single Pair Ethernet and Power for New, Harsher Environments

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…

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

Expanding Singlemode Fiber Capabilities in Ethernet Applications

Mark Nowell, IEEE 802.3cu Task Force Chair

New IEEE 802.3™ Standards Provide Platforms for the Next Ethernet Innovations

Two IEEE 802.3 standards published in 2020 intend to drive ethernet innovations in business and residential services, and automotive networking.

More Users, Faster Access, More Services: The Ongoing Ethernet Bandwidth Explosion

Discover how IEEE 802.3™ ethernet standards contribute to enhanced experiences for users accessing the internet through ethernet.

New IEEE 802.3 Standard Amendments Serve Growing Ethernet Deployments

John D’Ambrosia, IEEE 802.3cn™ Task Force Chair; George Zimmerman, IEEE 802.3cg™ Task Force Chair
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