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Neo10
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re: Time to start work on 400 Gigabit Ethernet
Neo10   4/15/2013 7:18:53 AM
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Are they out of really useful work at IEEE? 400G, you bet!

TarraTarra!
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re: Time to start work on 400 Gigabit Ethernet
TarraTarra!   4/13/2013 8:14:28 AM
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John, Where do you think 400G ethernet will first be deployed - in the core networks, datacenter? Will it be completely optical or just more copper lanes than what 100G ethernet has. What do you think is the most challenging piece for this to become mainstream, thanks.



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