IEEE launched its 802.3 Standard for Ethernet study group to explore the development of a 400 Gb/s Ethernet standard to support ever-increasing, exponential network bandwidth growth. “The launch of this study group is the next critical step in evolving the IEEE 802.3 standard to stay ahead of industry’s needs. It builds on two years of open efforts around inviting Ethernet’s vast array of stakeholders into the work of assessing and tackling the market’s emerging application requirements,” John D’Ambrosia, chair of the study group and chief Ethernet evangelist, CTO office, Dell, says. 

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