As the complexity of ensuring 112G SerDes interoperability increases, we need solutions that make that process simpler. On May 10, Xena Networks, together with AMD, MultiLane & Teledyne LeCroy held a multi-vendor webinar to show how this can be done.
Xena Networks joined forces with AMD Xilinx, MultiLane and Teledyne LeCroy to provide a masterclass in implementing 112Gbps SerDes.
Any engineer preparing to upgrade from 56Gbps to 112Gbps SerDes will find a wealth of valuable information in these four presentations.
What are the commercial factors driving this development? Which are the biggest technical challenges engineers will need to overcome to make it a reality?
This webinar looks at the key technology decisions that the networking industry needs to consider as it starts developing devices based on PAM4 112Gbps SerDes that can deliver 800G – and later 1.6 Terabit – Ethernet.
Satisfying the requirements of today’s advanced development standards requires automation frameworks that support complex test scenarios run by Continuous Integration (CI) tools over sophisticated setups provided by Lab-as-a-Service (LaaS) engines, producing daily reports.
Achieving this means approaching automation as a full blown software project.
Learn how to test the performance of advanced 5G wireless applications to make sure your fronthaul configurations are flexible enough to balance the levels of latency, throughput and reliability. And how to use Circuit Emulation to help migrate from TDM to connectionless Ethernet networks while testing the accuracy and robustness of IEEE 1588 PTP and Y.1731.
We’re Ethernet nerds and fascinated by the “next big thing” – which right now is how to make the jump to 800Gbps / 1.6Tbps.
So we invited David J. Rodgers to lead a discussion on the next hop in speed for Ethernet and what it means for the engineers who need to build the equipment needed to make it a reality.
When implementing the 802.3bs and 802.3cd standards, there are often issues in making auto-negotiation and link training (AN/LT) function run smoothly especially for the high PAM4 speeds like 200GE & 400GE.
Learn to identify and solve these issues with Xena’s Valkyrie traffic generators and Teledyne LeCroy’s protocol analyzer.
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