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Energy-efficient Ethernet standard gains traction

5/8/2008 10:00 PM EDT
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re: Energy-efficient Ethernet standard gains traction
woodruff13   5/9/2008 4:31:24 PM
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Aquantia is not a supporter of Subset Phy... although some of our earlier presentations last year explored this option. The Low Power Idle scheme, originated by Zimmerman at SolarFlare, has great promise. Aquantia expects EEE to deliver great benefit to 10GBASE-T in next-gen product. Bill Woodruff, Aquantia

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