Wednesday, December 5th 2012

Ethernet Alliance Executives Outline Roadmap for Continued Ethernet Evolution

The Ethernet Alliance, a global consortium dedicated to the continued success and advancement of Ethernet technologies, today announced Chairman, John D'Ambrosia of Dell, and Marketing Committee Chair, Chauncey Schwartz of QLogic, will be featured speakers at the upcoming Large Installation System Administration Conference (LISA '12). A technical educational conference and networking event for system administrators of all levels of expertise, LISA '12 is scheduled for December 9 – 14, 2012 at San Diego, CA's Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina.

Ethernet is at the next critical junction in its lifecycle, particularly with the emergence of new applications like cloud computing and server virtualization, that could profoundly impact this essential technology," said John D'Ambrosia, chairman, Ethernet Alliance, and chief Ethernet evangelist, CTO office, Dell. "Therefore, it's important to understand the current conditions within the Ethernet ecosystem, as well as taking a forward-facing view of where we'll be six months, a year, or even five years down the road."
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4 Comments on Ethernet Alliance Executives Outline Roadmap for Continued Ethernet Evolution

#1
3870x2
These guys actually get paid for this?

I am going to start the 20V 3.25A 100-240V PBAC (Power Block and Cable Alliance).

We need a CFO. Apply inside.
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Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: 3870x2
These guys actually get paid for this?

I am going to start the 20V 3.25A 100-240V PBAC (Power Block and Cable Alliance).

We need a CFO. Apply inside.
Prorably exists something like it already. And it's kinda needed to create something everyone can agree on. Or we can go back to the time when everyone did as they pleased and nothing worked outside a certain area.
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3870x2
by: Frick
Prorably exists something like it already. And it's kinda needed to create something everyone can agree on. Or we can go back to the time when everyone did as they pleased and nothing worked outside a certain area.
I could use some token ring.

Also Ethernet over HDMI :laugh:
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james888
by: btarunr

chief Ethernet evangelist
That a title to be proud of. :laugh: "I am CHIEF ETHERNET EVANGELIST and no one can stop me mua ha ha ha ha..." Is it a job requirement to worship the Ethernet also?
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