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NETGEAR recalls 82,000 overheating Ethernet Adapters

NETGEAR recalls 82,000 overheating Ethernet Adapters

NETGEAR has issued a worldwide recall for 82,000 of its XE103 Powerline Ethernet Adapters after the company discovered the devices overheated when used on a 220-240 volt power source.
Jan 8 2008 12:21PM
Green Ethernet moves closer as regulations loom

Green Ethernet moves closer as regulations loom

D-Link unveils Green Ethernet desktop switches, boasting energy savings of up to 44 percent.
Sep 28 2007 10:55AM
802.11n sounds death knell for wired Ethernet

802.11n sounds death knell for wired Ethernet

Despite security and reliability fears 802.11n wireless technology will start eroding the wired Ethernet market within the next 24 to 36 months, experts predict.
Aug 30 2007 7:47AM
IEEE backs 40Gb and 100Gb Ethernet

IEEE backs 40Gb and 100Gb Ethernet

The IEEE High Speed Study Group (HSSG), which has been wrangling over whether the next Ethernet standard will be for 40Gbps or 100Gbps transmission speed, has ruled that it will be both.
Jul 26 2007 10:28AM
Carrier Ethernet switch and IP router sales surge

Carrier Ethernet switch and IP router sales surge

But investment in ATM falls through the floor.
Feb 28 2007 8:20AM
IEEE announces next-gen Ethernet standard

IEEE announces next-gen Ethernet standard

Starts work on 100Gb per second Ethernet.
Dec 11 2006 9:46AM
Bell Labs revs up Ethernet to 107Gbps over 2000km

Bell Labs revs up Ethernet to 107Gbps over 2000km

Lucent research division demonstrates the power of 100Gig Ethernet.
Sep 29 2006 10:05AM
Carrier Ethernet invades Europe

Carrier Ethernet invades Europe

March of wide area Ethernet technology unstoppable, says analyst.
Jul 31 2006 1:53PM
Security concerns over Metro Ethernet

Security concerns over Metro Ethernet

Ethernet technology has continually reinvented itself over the years to satisfy user requirements. It now supports a range of speeds from 10 Mbps to 10 Gbps, and due to the open, competitive nature of the Ethernet market, prices are very competitive. Ethernet has won the local area network (LAN) battle and is today a ubiquitous technology that provides connectivity for over 97 per cent of networking devices worldwide.
Sep 7 2004 11:15AM

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