Did you know why people use 100 GbE? That is data centers what manages huge amounts of data. 40/100 Gigabit Ethernet, GbE AKA IEEE 802.3ba. Gigabit Ethernet is a part of the Ethernet family of computer networking and communication standards.
Tonex offer a 2 days training on Gigabit ethernet. Mostly useful for the professionals like engineers, sales and marketing and managers. GbE AKA IEEE 802.3ba training offers perfect opportunity for you to understand the basics of Media Access Control Parameters (MACP), Physical Layers, and Management Parameters for 40 Gb/s and 100 Gb/s Operation. Learn the two easy and simple ways to implement.
- 40 GbE with four 10 GbE links (or lanes), or
- 100 GbE with ten such links.
40 Gigabit Media Independent Interface (XLGMII)
The XLGMII is a logical inter-connection what is intended for use as an intra-chip interface. The XLGMII is optional with no mechanical connector is specified.
40 Gigabit Attachment Unit Interface (XLAUI)
The XLAUI is a physical instantiation of the PMA service interface to extend the connection between 40 Gb/s capable PMAs.
40 Gigabit Parallel Physical Interface (XLPPI)
The XLPPI is intended for use as a chip-to-module interface. The XLPPI is optional with no mechanical connector is specified.
100 Gigabit Media Independent Interface (CGMII)
The CGMII is a logical inter-connection intended for use as an intra-chip interface. That is designed to connect a 100 Gb/s capable MAC to a 100 Gb/s PHY.
100 Gigabit Attachment Unit Interface (CAUI)
The CAUI is a physical instantiation of the PMA service interface. It aims at extending the connection between 100 Gb/s capable PMAs.
100 Gigabit Parallel Physical Interface (CPPI)
The CPPI has 10 lanes and is provided as a physical instantiation of the PMD service interface for 100GBASE-SR10 PMDs.
40/100 Gigabit Ethernet, GbE Training Course
Learn how to test, verify and validate Gigabit Ethernet implementation. Gain knowledge with details regarding the implementation and operation of the Gigabit Ethernet. Understand the differences between Fast Ethernet vs Gigabit Ethernet. Participants who have taken this course have admitted that Tonex helped them to shine their ip networking career. Useful resources, group training facilities, case-studies and workshop facilitated their learning.
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