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Finding New Gold in Copper

Today, as much as ever, 802.3 is taking on new challenges and further expanding its application horizon. In a recent article, Wael Diab, Vice-Chair of the IEEE802.3 Ethernet Working Group, reveals advances in the ever-increasing need for speed, as well as developments in new areas such as power savings, gigabit Ethernet solutions using less wire, and new application spaces. The constant evolution of IEEE 802 and IEEE 802.3 Ethernet and its slew of new interfaces show there are still many new spaces and applications to conquer. Wael’s article, New Technologies From the World’s Ubiquitous Wired Connectivity Standard, Ethernet—a.k.a. IEEE 802.3, is published in the Fierce Telecom eBook Finding New Gold in Copper.

Wael Diab is a Senior Member of the IEEE, serving as Vice-Chair of the IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Working Group. Diab is also a member of the IEEE SA Standards Board and IEEE Standards Education Committee, Vice Chair of the IEEE SA Corporate Advisory Group, and serves as IEEE-MGA liaison to IEEE SA. Diab also serves as Senior Technical Director in the Office of the CTO at Broadcom Corporation.

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