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Panel – What is Needed for the Next Speed Node Past 112 Gbps & up to 224 Gbps?

Cathy Liu (Distinguished Engineer, Broadcom Inc.)

Jane Lim (Senior Manager, Cisco Systems)

Rob Stone (Distinguished Engineer , Broadcom Inc.)

Richard Ward (Technical Director R&D, Intel)

Pervez Aziz (Senior Principal Engineer , Nvidia)

Lars Thon (Consultant, LT Engineering)

Location: Ballroom G

Date: Thursday, January 30

Time: 3:45pm - 5:00pm

Track: 09. High-Speed Signal Processing, Equalization & Coding, 07. Optimizing High-Speed Serial Design

Format: Panel Discussion

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Vault Recording: TBD

Audience Level: Intermediate

Recently industry and standard bodies have kicked off new projects aiming at 800GbE or even higher than 1TbE. Join this panel of experts for a lively panel discussion on what is needed for the next speed node past 112 Gb/s, say 224 Gb/s. In this panel system vendors and chip developers will discuss and share the insights on their system needs and gaps, design challenges and potential solutions for next generation high-speed networking technologies. It will provide audience an opportunity to hear and discuss new technologies such as chiplet/system-on-Chip (SOC), optical interconnects in data center, advanced modulation, signal processing, and coding.

Takeaway

Lively discussion on what is needed for the next generation networking system beyond 400GE and 112 Gb/s interface. Great educational and inspired value to all participants.