2.5/5G Ethernet

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2.5/5G Ethernet

Ethernet transmission speeds of 2.5 and 5 Gbps. In 2014, Cisco, Aquantia, Freescale and Xilinx formed the NBASE-T Alliance to promote new Ethernet standards. Faster Wi-Fi speeds via 802.11ac Wave 2 surpass 1G Ethernet, and 10G Ethernet is a huge expense for companies because they have to replace cables. The creation of speeds in between solves this problem. See 802.11ac and Ethernet.
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The companys cabling experts will also host demonstrations of multi-gigabit NBASE-T signaling on Ethernet cabling, a technique for boosting transmission speeds in a cost-effective, minimally disruptive manner.
Pleora Technologies introduced a platform of NBASE-T products that redefine the imaging market, transmitting uncompressed high-bandwidth GigE Vision-compliant images at speeds up to 5 Gb/s over low-cost Cat 5e cabling.
It also provides manufacturers with a straightforward approach to design NBASE-T imaging products, including cameras, scanners, and X-ray flat panel detectors.
Tehuti Networks has deployed the industry's first NBASE-T adapter reference design capable of reaching 2.
The Tehuti NBASE-T reference design hosts the latest Tehuti TN4010 controller, an optimized 10GbE controller designed for low-power, low-cost, single-port applications.
The NBASE-T adapter reference design is already in use by Tier-1 OEMs and is available for evaluation by OEMs and ODMs.
Cisco, Aquantia, Freescale and Xilinx they have formed the NBASE-T Alliance, an industry-wide cooperative effort to promote the development of 2.
To advance the enormous potential for rates greater than 1GbE on legacy cabling, the NBASE-T Alliance founding companies teamed up to promote the development of 2.
Chris Spain, vice president of product management, Cisco, said, The NBASE-T alliance is addressing one of the top networking challenges of today speed in the access layer.
Spirent is a member of the NBASE-T Alliance, an organization with a mission to build consensus around a standard for 2.
11ac Wave 2 access points, Enterprise customers will now be ready to take advantage of the increase in wireless bandwidth and the ability to run several wireless streams simultaneously on the same access point, said Peter Jones, Chairman of the NBASE-T Alliance.
Because of the ongoing efforts from the NBASE-T Alliance, and accelerated by the industrys work on 2.