GIGE


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GIGEGigabit Ethernet
GIGEGondwana Institute for Geology and Environment (Japan)
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The global GigE Camera M arket is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.
GigE Vision is a global standard for video transfer and device control over Ethernet networks, including GigE, 10 GigE, and 802.
The full-featured SunLite GigE provides multi-stream, multi-service testing capability for installation and maintenance of differentiated Ethernet and triple-play services, and all of the needed functionality for quick and easy service provisioning.
Terabeam's GigE Gigalink is one of the solutions that allowed OnFiber to connect Overture's corporate locations and address our customer's requirement for reliability at nearly one-tenth the cost of the alternative solutions," said Michael Guess, chief operating officer, OnFiber.
While the 100 GigE effort saw squabbling over interim standards, the 400 GigE standard has been designed to prevent another Ethernet war.
LONDON -- The 40/100 GigE standard is supposed to be published in June 2010 and pre-standard devices are expected to be available as early as in the first quarter 2010.
LONDON, July 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- GigE is gaining value due to its growing applications in the non-manufacturing segment.
RICHMOND, British Columbia -- Point Grey, a world leader in advanced digital imaging products, today announced the launch of its new Flea3 FL3-GE series of GigE Vision digital cameras.
The new ARGUS 165 xDSL + GigE combi tester from intec is the first test device that can simultaneously test all important broadband interfaces using copper and fiber
NASDAQ: NSYS) introduces High-Flex Right Angle Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) Cable Assemblies for GigE and GigE Vision([R]) cameras.
lt;b unselectable="on">12 Eu 10G-to-100G bridge: A low-latency12 Eu 10 GigE-to-100 GigE bridge providing transparent bidirectional bridging between the 10 GigE ports and the 100 GigE port.
Under the agreement, GigaLinx grants to Hitachi Kokusai to use GigaLinx's video-over-IP technology in its new line of GigE (Gigabit Ethernet) cameras, allowing transfer of video and imaging data over high-performance, low-cost GigE connections.