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802.3ah

An IEEE standard in development for Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM). It is designed to extend Ethernet from the carrier to the customer over copper or fiber lines. EFMC (EFM over Copper) is expected to be based on SHDSL, and EFMF (EFM over Fiber) is expected to be based on EPON (Ethernet PON). The EFM group decided to call the "last mile" the "first mile." Of course!
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In a separate news release issued this week, MRV announced new Ethernet in the First Mile ("EFM") support features including aggregation of EFM-standard 802.
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This new converter is fully compliant with the new Ethernet in the Last Mile 802.
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