BobbyMax 12/5/2012 | 12:31:42 AM
re: Intel Readies GigE PHY Chip It is hard to say what will the impact be on Intel's entry into the 10Gbe market. Earlier Intel had to tried ADSL, MPEG2 chips. Morerecenly it entered the optical chip business through an acquisition, but nothing came out opf it.

RecentlyIntel is trying yo enter 10 GBE market where a lot of playres exist. While 10Gbe market is incresing and developing specially in the area of edge routers, nternet peering, and intra pop connectivity. Gigabit Ethernet Switches and routers are widely available.
rjmcmahon 12/5/2012 | 12:31:41 AM
re: Intel Readies GigE PHY Chip INTC and MSFT executives exclaim publicly that they believe in wireless. They do this because they think the Feds control of RF spectrum and their large bank accounts will put them on an even playing field with the RBOCs.

They are sadly mistaken. They will have no meaningful impact if they choose this path, but rather their legacy will be nothing more than that of a bunch of greedy fools who never learned why they existed on this planet.

Impact will come from leaders who aren't self absorbed and care more about the world than they do about silly vacation homes.
eutectic 12/5/2012 | 12:31:29 AM
re: Intel Readies GigE PHY Chip isnt Intel-Giga,Denmark developing this product?
...from the intel website...
Intel GIGA ApS in Copenhagen, Denmark, supports the Optical Components Division, which specializes in creating ways to make optical networks work faster. Employees here are dedicated to market leadership in optical-physical-layer and transport products, with a focus on three key areas: Physical Medium Dependent (PMD), Physical Medium Access (PMA) and Layer 2.
mugwhump 12/5/2012 | 12:31:26 AM
re: Intel Readies GigE PHY Chip Booby Max- you are either a troll, or the single largest moron around (I suspect the latter)

Do yourself, and the world a favor and shut up.

"It is better to have people wonder if you are a fool, than open your mouth and remove any doubt"
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