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40 Years of Ethernet

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Any timeline that ends with a cake has got to be worth sharing, but that's not the only reason we like this celebration of 40 years of Ethernet -- running it alongside optical networking developments tells a very neat story. Thanks to Ciena for creating and providing this infographic.

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