40 Gb/s (40G) standardisation update for the end of 2013

By |2013-12-09T14:54:47+00:00December 9th, 2013|Computing, Tech Watch|

This short article is our summation of Nexans‘ 40Gb/s (40G) standardisation update bulletin, which reports on the progress of the standardisation of 40Gb/s network speeds. 40Gb/s network speeds is the generation of networking standards for copper-based Ethernet networks, which will then be followed by 100Gb/s; at the time of writing,  there is no formal standard for 40Gb/s networking, where network hardware manufacturers still face the challenge of achieving 40Gb/s speeds.   10 Gb/s Currently 10 GB/s (10G) is the fastest […]

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