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    Where Are We on the Road to Ubiquitous Automotive Ethernet

    There are varied but clear signs of progress toward ubiquitous Automotive Ethernet. For example, there were more presentations with a system view at the 2020 IEEE Standards Association Ethernet & IP @ Automotive Technology Day (EIP@ATD) than in previous years. The global automotive industry is clearly contemplating its path forward…

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    IEEE 1588-2019 Enhances Network Connectivity with Precision Time Protocol

    In a world where automation based on robust and reliant connectivity is being implemented across a wide range of industries, time synchronization within networks has become a key factor in advancing technology and developing new applications to benefit humanity. This year IEEE has brought changes to how time within networks…

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    IEEE 802.11bf™ Aims to Enable a New Application of WLAN Technology: WLAN Sensing

    The IEEE 802.11™ standards family, the core technology behind Wi-Fi®, has continually been modified and enhanced to meet industry demands for robust and reliable wireless connectivity. A recently approved project, IEEE 802.11bf™ for WLAN sensing,  holds promise for making even greater use of 802.11 technology. This standardization project aims to…

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    IEEE 802.1 YANG Data Model Standards Enhance Next-Generation Network Management

    Today, network operators and enterprises alike are looking to utilize YANG Data Models to support their new and next-generation network management systems and to address issues related to Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN), Software-Defined Networking (SDN), cloud-based control, fault management, network security and more. In order to address growing industry needs related…

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    IEEE P2023 Standard Taking Digital Transformation to New Levels

    The importance, impact, and potential benefits associated with digital transformation cannot be overstated, as organizations worldwide are updating their business models and software applications to take advantage of low-price data collection, fast networks and cloud-based processing for their applications. What’s more, advancements in technologies, such as IoT, AI, big data,…

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    IEEE 802.1AS-2020 Standard Fuels Growth of Industrial Automation, Automotive Networking, and 5G Applications

    With a growing need for Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN), primarily to meet new and developing industrial automation and in-vehicle networking applications, the IEEE 802.1 Working Group continues to expand the development of standards for the transport of synchronized time over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3) and Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11) networks. This is essential…

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    New IEEE 802.3™ Standards Provide Platforms for the Next Ethernet Innovations

    Pragmatic, market-driven standardization continually expands the low-cost foundation on which Ethernet innovation takes place, across the technology’s sprawling horizon of use cases. Standards development through the IEEE 802.3™ Ethernet Working Group for decades has helped support the creation of more varied and powerful solutions at a better cost structure. Because…

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    Universal Broadband Service and the Pandemic

    This article was originally published in the IEEE Communications Standards Magazine. “Universal Service” has a long history as a goal for telecommunications networks. The meaning is simple: everyone who wants to be connected to the network will have the opportunity to be. A century ago, when the phrase was first coined,…

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    The More We Share, the More We Have: Spectrum Sharing as the New Frontier

    This article was originally published in the IEEE Communications Standards Magazine. In Richard Feynman’s famous essay, There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom[1], he pointed out that innovation in physics had a great frontier to explore at smaller and smaller scales of matter. In communications, the frontier has been defined not…

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    More Users, Faster Access, More Services: The Ongoing Ethernet Bandwidth Explosion

    Trends around traffic drivers such as video, 5G, and IEEE 802.11™ ‘Wi-Fi®’ point toward an ongoing bandwidth explosion for Ethernet networks around the world going forward. The publicly available IEEE 802.3™ Ethernet Bandwidth Assessment report details undeniable, simultaneous trends toward more users, faster access speeds, more services, more devices coming…

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