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Semiconductor Digest 

| By Kar Yee Tang, eSilicon | February 8, 2020 |

Service providers and hyperscalers — Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, Intel and Microsoft — are moving from 100 to 400 gigabit (Gb) Ethernet rates and beyond. Wireline and wireless networks are driving new architectures to support the move from 4G LTE to 5G infrastructure driven by increasing global IP traffic as the world becomes more connected digitally. More...

serdes-designs-keeping-pace-with-a-demanding-network-environment Semiconductor Digest  | By Kar Yee Tang, eSilicon | February 8, 2020 | Service providers and hyperscalers — Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, Intel and Microsoft — are moving from 100 to 400 gigabit (Gb) Ethernet rates and beyond. Wireline and wireless networks are driving new architectures to support the move from 4G LTE to 5G infrastructure driven by increasing global IP traffic as the world becomes more connected digitally. More...
wrt-partners-with-esilicon-and-samtec-on-high-performance-communications-webinarTechnical experts from Samtec, eSilicon and Wild River Technology recently co-presented a webinar around the topic of High-Performance Communications, Delivered. High-Performance Communications, Delivered The webinar highlighted technical challenges system designers and engineers face on the way to 56 Gbps/112 Gbps PAM 4 data rates. What are some of those challenges? Here was the agenda: The challenges of high-performance communications, introduction  Dan Nenni, SemiWiki Designing a...
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