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ReneCardenas
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ReneCardenas   10/26/2010 5:26:44 PM
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John, wondering aloud I can help myself but to think, what would be the benefit over fiber? is PoE been considered in the horizon for these higher speeds?

John.D'Ambrosia
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John.D'Ambrosia   9/22/2010 10:38:37 PM
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Kris, As with any new technology, you see power / cost improvements as the technology matures. One thing that should be pointed out is that there are multiple physical layer specifications for 100Gb/s, and there are different power spec's related to each of these.

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krisi   9/16/2010 2:05:09 AM
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John, interesting article. How is power dissipation looking like at 100 Gb/s today? Last time I looked at this it was insanely high...Kris

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