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IEEE 802 Networking Standards – Connecting the World
This two-part series, Paul Nikolich, the Chair of the IEEE 802 LMSC, explores 802’s wired family of Ethernet standards, with John D’Ambrosia, who chaired the two Ethernet projects that took Ethernet from 10 Gigabit Ethernet to 100 Gigabit Ethernet to 400 Gigabit Ethernet.
 

IEEE Standards in Connected Networks

In case you missed it, IEEE Computer Society has launched a new webinar series dedicated to our industry standards. We kick off the new series by exploring the new standards from our IEEE 802 Local Area Networking / Metropolitan Area Network Standards Committee (LMSC). In this two part series, you’ll hear an overview of the current standards and how they may evolve in the future.

Meet our speakers:

  • Paul Nikolich – Chair of LAN/MAN (IEEE 802) Standards Committee
  • John D’Ambrosia – Former Chair
  • Dorothy Stanley – Chair of the IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN Working Group
  • Pat Kinney – Chair of the IEEE 802.15 Wireless Specialty Networks Working Group

The webinar series provides a unique opportunity for the public to learn and interact with those involved in creating the standards. If you’re not an IEEE Computer Society member, we encourage you to sign up for our newsletter to get regular updates on upcoming webinars, events, and tech news, or, you can view our webinar archives here.
 

Part 1 –

In the first of this two-part series, Paul Nikolich, the Chair of the IEEE 802 LMSC, will explore 802’s wired family of Ethernet standards, with John D’Ambrosia, who chaired the two Ethernet projects that took Ethernet from 10 Gigabit Ethernet to 100 Gigabit Ethernet to 400 Gigabit Ethernet. The breadth of the Ethernet family and its future will also be explored.

Part 2 –

In the second of this two-part series, Paul Nikolich, the Chair of the IEEE 802 LMSC, will explore 802’s wireless family of standards, with Dorothy Stanley, Chair of the IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN Working Group and Pat Kinney, Chair of the IEEE 802.15 Wireless Specialty Networks Working Group. The breadth of the 802 wireless family and its future will be explored.