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Lan

A Burmese unit of length equivalent to 1.8288 meters.

LAN

see LOCAL AREA NETWORK.
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NBASE-T technology is Ethernet signaling that boosts the performance of Cat5e and Cat6 twisted-pair cabling well beyond the 1 Gbps rates used for the past nearly 20 years.
If we shift our attention to Ethernet standards that are currently in development, we will find that the diversity of the Ethernet ecosystem is continuing to grow, and that there are further examples of new emerging application spaces.
Automation supplier Turck made its first foray into Ethernet at the sensor level just over a year ago, with the release of its RS-107/108 and RM-105/106 EtherNet/IP encoders.
You can try extending the network with a Powerline network adapter if you are going to need to use a wired Ethernet device at the network-less end.
With Ethernet, you can scale your bandwidth well beyond the typical 3-Mbps-limit of T-1 without having to switch Internet access technologies or providers.
Ethernet Extension Experts is a pioneer OEM manufacturer of industrial plug-and-play Ethernet Extension solutions for the physical security, hospitality, commercial office, and energy marketplace.
Scalability along with lower port costs & the ability of Ethernet to ride on legacy based WAN services is driving the demand for Ethernet in India.
This technology is Ethernet or, more precisely, Connection-Oriented Ethernet (COE).
Today, almost all carriers rate carrier Ethernet as either no.1 or no.2 among their technology priorities, and the reason they give is PBT.
This US Powered Ethernet network expansion is the latest development in KDDI America $B!G (Bs efforts to make its world-class telecommunications services readily available to US companies.
"For carriers looking to capitalize on the revenue potential of next-generation services, Ethernet is the most cost-effective entry," stated Hank Firey, CEO, VPIsystems.
Against a background where there is increasing pressure on manufacturers in all sectors of industry to improve processes, reduce costs and boost productivity, Ethernet technology is being hailed as the key to achieving all these goals, and so boosting companies' competitiveness on increasingly aggressive global markets.