Lisa Partridge of Frontier Communications weighs in on their new 10G optical service as well as plans to skip straight to a 100G tier.
Ethernet in-vehicle networking is forecast by ABI Research to reach a 40 percent penetration rate in new vehicles by 2020, up from a 1 percent penetration rate this year.
Think you've had a busy year? The University of Florida built a new data center housing a new supercomputer, installed a 100Gbps link to Internet2 and upgraded its core network(s) from 20Gbps to 200Gbps. So there.
The top news stories for Dec. 13, 2013.
This is what the kids jump out of bed for on Christmas morning: Shiny new developments in the Ethernet world. Network World's Jim Duffy outlines eight such predictions, providing real-world users who exemplify most of these trends.
Lee Hutchinson wrote a thought-provoking piece on Ars Technica this week on the radical changes that are redefining enterprise computing.
Total Ethernet revenue in the United States is predicted to increase from $5.2 billion in 2012 to $9.2 billion in 2016, fueled by cost effectiveness, high-bandwidth scalability, ease of implementation and overall flexibility, according to new research from IDC.
Cisco Systems and Arista Networks are rolling out low-latency networking switches geared towards niche applications such as in high-frequency financial trading.
Comcast's small business communication services segment generates $2.3 billion in revenue, which is growing 30 percent to 40 percent top line, the firm's chief financial officer, Michael Angelakis, told an audience at the Goldman Sachs 21 st Annual Communacopia Conference this week.
The IEEE has announced a new group that will work on next-gen wired Ethernet to potentially achieve speeds of up to one terabit per second by 2015 and 10Tbps by 2020.