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Article | November 30, 2001
ARC Advisory Group: Device-level Ethernet study
At best, the use of the Ethernet at the device or I/O level is in the “early adopter” stage, with the level of rhetoric vastly exceeding the amount of real-world shipments, according to a new study from ARC Advisory Group (Dedham, MA).
Widespread penetration at the device level of Ethernet will be a key determinant of whether industrial Ethernet emerges as a common network architecture according to ARC. ARC’s forecast methodology for this study on Ethernet adoption includes analysis of the rate of penetration for each key device segment. The 150-page study is available in a hard-copy version for $4.
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