400 GbE

400 GbE

(400 GigaBit Ethernet) See Terabit Ethernet.
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The joint demonstration will feature 400 Gbps of Flex Ethernet (FlexE) traffic sent over four bonded 100 GbE interfaces streaming over the Ethernet Alliance 400 GbE network and interconnecting the OIF and Ethernet Alliance booths on the exhibit floor.
TE's QSFP-DD connector adopts the same basic concept as its predecessor, but doubles the electrical contact density, via eight differential pairs capable of 50 Gb/s each, to achieve 400 GbE while allowing existing QSFP modules to be plugged into the same cage.
According to the company, introducing 400 GbE is a natural next step.
Prior to this successful trial, all other field demonstrations have required multiple wavelengths to create a 400 GbE connection, AT&T added.
This trial of an IEEE standards-based 400 GbE end-to-end circuit demonstrates our intent to lead the industry in providing next-generation speeds helping transform the way our customers do business.
The live demonstration, the first of its kind, was delivered by Ixia to key members of the 400 GbE ecosystem including a variety of end-users, as well as industry- leading network equipment, chip, and optics manufacturers.
Large, warehouse-scale data centers are driving Ethernet bandwidths to higher speeds-to 100 GbE and even 400 GbE," said Ali Ghiasi, principal of Ghiasi Quantum LLC.
This trial of an IEEE standards-based 400 GbE end-to-end circuit demonstrates intent to lead the industry in providing next-generation speeds.
Its all-in-one, extendible platform can measure performance of network-side interfaces, such as 400 GbE, 200 GbE, and 100 GbE, as well as internal PCI Express bus interfaces, to help speed design evaluation times and lower cost-of-test.
Based on its own Forward Error Correction (FEC) and Physical Coding Sublayer (PCS), Ixia will showcase (at booth 4Y17) 400 GbE technology via eight Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM4) electrical lanes, defined as 400GAUI-8 by IEEE802.
125-Gbaud PAM4 transmission defined by the next-generation 400 GbE standard and was developed to address the need for scalable and flexible test solutions to verify next-generation communications devices, optical devices, and optical transceiver modules during the R&D stage.
2]C to 400 GbE and beyond, vendors are debuting new instruments, upgrading existing ones, and introducing software enhancements to handle challenging data-communications measurement tasks.