Ethernet Alliance Champions Multivendor Interoperability at SC22

November 9, 2022

BEAVERTON, Ore., Nov. 9, 2022 — The Ethernet Alliance, a global consortium dedicated to the continued success and advancement of Ethernet technologies, today announced its participation in SC22, the international conference for high performance computing, networking, storage, and analysis.

The theme of SC22 is “HPC Accelerates,” highlighting entirely new avenues of exploration and thought around scientific discovery, product development and far-reaching applications through high performance computing. Hosting a kiosk in the Open Standards Pavilion (booth 2840) at SC22 in Dallas, TX, November 14-17, 2022, the Ethernet Alliance will be promoting the commercial and end user benefits of multivendor interoperability needed to further HPC acceleration.

The HPC market is driving the mandate for high-speed Ethernet and longer distance connections. Power draw, heat dissipation, cost to connect, and cross-platform functionality are a few of the key considerations the industry is addressing in support of the market.

Nearly 50 years after its inception, Ethernet has evolved into a commanding presence in high performance computing, providing HPC designers the flexibility and scalability necessary to develop innovative, custom-built solutions while enjoying the robust reliability and advantages that Ethernet delivers.

Spanning a large ecosystem of providers and both legacy and leading-edge IEEE 802.3 standards-based products, Ethernet is renowned for delivering a dependable and predictable user experience. The need for multivendor interoperability has never been greater to accelerate Ethernet’s deployment, and the Ethernet Alliance plays a leading role in ensuring that interoperability by sponsoring plugfests, demonstrations, technical-feasibility events and other activities among its members.

“The interoperability demonstrations hosted by Ethernet Alliance for the OFC and ECOC shows earlier this year illuminated the critical role multivendor interoperability plays in the burgeoning 800G ecosystem,” said David J. Rodgers, Ethernet Alliance events and conference chair, and senior technical business development manager, EXFO. “As the voice of Ethernet representing the global Ethernet ecosystem, we are committed to helping manufacturers provide the HPC market with an array of best-in-class solutions, from the component and system level, to test and measurement, and beyond.”

SC22 attendees can engage with Ethernet Alliance members in the Open Standards Pavilion and gain access to information and materials, such as the 2022 Ethernet Roadmap, which lays out key application spaces for Ethernet technology including Automotive, Enterprise, Service and Cloud Providers, and Automation, Building and Industrial.

Member companies participating in the Ethernet Alliance kiosk in the SC22 Open Standards Pavilion include Amphenol, EXFO, The Siemon Company, TE Connectivity, and Teledyne LeCroy. To learn more about SC22 and the Ethernet Alliance’s involvement in the event, please follow this link.

About the Ethernet Alliance

The Ethernet Alliance is a global consortium that includes system and component vendors, industry experts, and university and government professionals who are committed to the continued success and expansion of Ethernet technology. The Ethernet Alliance takes Ethernet standards to market by supporting activities that span from incubation of new Ethernet technologies to interoperability demonstrations and education. The organization’s plans for 2022 and beyond may be found on the Events page of its website.


Source: Ethernet Alliance

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