Oct 30 2014 - Companies look to fill gap between 1G and 10G on existing copper
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Oct 30 2014 - This week the NBASE-T Alliance emerged looking to built standards for 2.5 Gbps and 5 Gbps.
Oct 28 2014 - Cisco's Chris Spain outlines industry-wide effort to enable access network speeds above 1Gbps
Oct 28 2014 - Formed the NBASE-T Alliance with Aquantia to plug a hole between today's 1 and 10G standards for cost-sensitive enterprise uses
Oct 22 2014 - Unique switch solution, reference design and software integration accelerate Wave 2 802.11ac network deployments over existing Cat5e and Cat6 cabling infrastructure
Oct 20 2014 - Cloud providers, carriers and fast Wi-Fi users are all looking for fatter pipes
Oct 15 2014 - Freescale says it is the first to demonstrate 2.5G and 5G performance interoperability between SoC and Aquantia AQrate Copper PHY technology (see below) for embedded networking applications
Oct 10 2014 - This week Aquantia announced PHY (chipset) technology that enables 2.5- or 5-Gbit/sec data rates over twisted-pair copper cabling; the company says the new technology has been shown to deliver 2.5- or 5-Gbits/sec over Category 5e and Category 6 cabling.