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Wednesday, September 18 • 11:50am - 12:40pm
Beyond 40Gbps, the Move to 100Gbps Ethernet - John Ronciak & Alexander Duyck, Intel

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The with emergence of 40 gigabits per second devices now being a reality where do we go from here?  Well it’s 100 gigabits of course!  Intel’s Networking Division is currently working on a 100 Gbps device.  This presentation will cover what the new device is and what challenges it will bring to both networking, the Linux kernel and to the host systems themselves.  It will also include what features are needed as well as new technology that will be needed to run at these kinds of speeds.  The need for this kind of speed will also be discussed so that there will be an understanding as to who will need to use 100 Gbps devices. This overview will give the audience a good idea where Intel is going on this kind of high speed technology,  the many challenges faced to bring this technology to implemented reality and of course what this means to Linux OS itself.


Speakers
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Alexander Duyck

Intel
Alex is a senior network software engineer at Intel where he works on network device drivers and supporting new network device features within the Linux network stack.
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John Ronciak

SW Architect, Intel
John Ronciak | John is a SW Architect working for Intel in the Communication and Storage Infrastructure Group (CSIG). John has 30 years experience writing devices drivers for various operating system and is currently one of the leads in the Open Source driver group responsible for Eight Linux kernel drivers.


Wednesday September 18, 2013 11:50am - 12:40pm
Strand 12B

Attendees (52)