The technology's inventor is already talking about Terabit Ethernet that abandons the standards as we know and understand them.
Meanwhile, 40 Gigabit Ethernet is starting to emerge, as the 100 Gigabit standard begins to take shape. And yet we still call Wi-Fi Ethernet, along with all the other forms of network technology currently in use.
In this video from Computing partner Netevents TV, we ask if Ethernet can handle all the requirements being thrown at it and remain Ethernet? Or is it all just marketing?
Sometimes, the power of the mainframe is the most cost effective answer. Computing's Peter Gothard puts Computing's readers' questions on the future of the mainframe to IBM's Z13 expert Steven Dickens.
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