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Re: 40 or 50G
interconnect Guy   5/14/2014 8:23:03 AM
the OIF has always been the leader in laying down the foundation for all the high speed interconnect signaling, and has a solid track record of getting it right!, by matching need, to the technology which is affordable, and fab ready, the resulting roadmaps from the OIF have then widely implemented.  Under the strong leadership of industry experts like David Stauffer, we can be ensured the OIF's track record of 'getting it right' will continue. 

It is critical ALL of the industry continue to support these efforts.

The complete Eco-system of suppliers and consumers of this technology 'will be' and 'need to be' at the table to ensure success.  We all look forward to the outcome.

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Terabit Revolutions
Kinnar   5/14/2014 7:08:29 AM
For enabling the industries using Terabit interfaces this kind of incremental developments in serial data rate is very much expected and welcomed by the industries. Infect these kind of developments are indeed required to cope up the increasing demand of data access.

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40 or 50G
rick merritt   5/13/2014 9:52:12 AM
If you have some hands on data, I'd love to hear opinions and support for why you think 40 or 50G will be the next big step--and how we get there.



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