Tag: Ethernet

Ethernet Cable Market to Garner $21.36 Bn, Globally, by 2026 at 13.5% CAGR, Says Allied Market Research

High speed and low latency of the cable, high reliability and low-security threats, and features like easy installation and connectivity have boosted the growth of the global ethernet cable market. However, high installation cost and limited physical availability of devices hamper the market. On the contrary, rise in demand for power over Ethernet in industries is expected to create lucrative opportunities in the near future.

Fluke Networks previews single-pair Ethernet testing

Fluke Networks demonstrated a prototype single pair Ethernet (SPE) adapter for its DSX-8000 at the Rockwell Automation Show. SPE is making waves in the industrial-automation world as a potential replacement for fieldbus architectures. The adapter is being made in very limited quantities and is currently only available to industrial automation and cabling manufacturers for their use in labs but has been released with the expectation that SPE will become widely adopted.

Small wonder

A new implementation agreement for low-power consumption will see small modules push technological barriers. One of few things to match large webscale internet content providers’ power in the modern world is their hunger for data. Consequently, they are shaping the optical communication industry to get the benefits of high-speed 400G technology in just the format they like.

Webinar: Ready for Four Pair PoE?

New devices based on the 802.3bt standard will supply up to 90 watts over four twisted pairs, supporting a new generation of PoE-supported devices. This webinar will give you the background you need to specify, install and troubleshoot these devices, including: How it Works, Cable Bundling Considerations, Field Termination Considerations, Cabling Performance, and Installing and Troubleshooting.

Ethernet transceiver sales to decline 18% in 2019

LightCounting expects sales of Ethernet optical transceivers will have declined by 18% when it tallies figures for 2019. The decline is the largest the market research firm has recorded and the first year-on-year dip since 2009, when sales slipped 4%. However, LightCounting states in its new “High Speed Ethernet Optics Report” that purchases of Ethernet optical transceivers should rebound through 2024.

Fluke Networks issues DSX CableAnalyzer adapter for ix Industrial Ethernet connector

Fluke Networks, Hirose and Harting have released an adapter supporting the ix Industrial connector for Fluke’s DSX CableAnalyzer family of network cabling certification tools. The ix Industrial is a rugged Ethernet connector for harsh environments, based on IEC 61076-3-124 standard with a 70% smaller size than the traditional 8-pin modular (“RJ-45”) connector. The new adapter allows the DSX Series to connect to cabling systems employing the ix Industrial connector for the purposes of pre-startup verification and troubleshooting.

Ethernet Alliance reveals High-Speed Networking Plugfest results

The Ethernet Alliance has revealed outcomes from its latest High Speed Networking (HSN) Plugfest, which took place in April at the UNH Interoperability Lab. The Plugfest highlighted the key role multivendor interoperability plays in Ethernet’s continued success, with pass rates greater than 97%, consistent improvement over past events. Equipment capability ranged from 25 Gb/s to 400 Gb/s. 13 companies participated.

Webinar: Deploying 400G Ethernet: Optics, cable-plant and data

The appeal of 400G Ethernet is clear: Bandwidth demand continues to grow fueled by new AI/ML applications, faster CPUs, serverless compute and high-speed distributed flash storage. Upgrading datac enters from 100G to 400G provides the simplest, lowest power and most cost-effective way to continue to scale network performance. Join Corning for a detailed look at what’s involved in upgrading your physical #datacenter infrastructure to #400G. This webinar will cover how to choose the optics, cable, and fiber-plant options to best suit your applications.