Multi-gigabit Ethernet Week in Review: Pentek, Ethernity, Broadband World Forum & More
November 04, 2017
Network requirements are growing at a rapid rate. Thanks to a growing IoT presence, our SaaSy reality and digital transformation (in general), more is demanded of networks than ever before. This is driving a movement toward network modernization and multi-gigabit Ethernet. And, with the weekend upon us, there’s no better time than the present to take a look back at the week that was in Multi-gigabit Ethernet news: Time for the Week in Review!
Ethernet is not limited to college campuses and commercial buildings; it is making waves in cars as well. Within a connected car, are many connected objects, and in-car Ethernet is serving to enable the next generation of automotive innovation. “The move to Ethernet is happening quickly, as the competing technologies are proprietary and expensive. By 2015, multiple car manufacturers will use Ethernet for cameras (driver assist) and video (infotainment) connections,” The Ixia Automotive Ethernet BLACK BOOK notes. All the details are HERE.
Recent research from Marketsandmarkets, the “Ethernet Controller Market by Function (Phy & Integrated), Bandwidth (Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet), Packaging (Flip-chips, and Grid Arrays, QPF, QFN, and Others), Application and Geography - Global forecast to 2023,” expects the Ethernet controller market to reach $11.89 billion by 2023, with a CAGR of more than six percent over the next six years. Everything you need to know is HERE.
Pentek announced Talon Model RTR 2735 this week, a portable device capable of collecting line rate Ethernet traffic on one 40GB stream, four 10GB streams or eight 1GB streams. Interface options include LC optical, RJ45 and SFP+. TMC’s Paula Bernier (News - Alert) offers complete coverage HERE.
Last week, Berlin was the host city for Broadband World Forum, which served as the stage for Ethernity (News - Alert) Networks to show off the NG G.fast capabilities of its ENET4840z/99 Carrier Ethernet flow processor device. “NG G.fast will bring a new wave of products and drive development of new technologies including different flavors of NGPON,” said Eugene Zetserov, vice president of product marketing at Ethernity Networks. Insight and analysis is HERE.
Remember to stop by early and often for all things multi-gigabit Ethernet. See you next week!
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