Gigabit Ethernet vies to become an imaging standard

December 2003
Vision Systems Design;Dec2003, Vol. 8 Issue 12, p13
Reports on the contention of Gigabit Ethernet to become an imaging standard in image processing as of December 2003. Comments from Toshi Hori, president of JAI Pulnix, on the standard development of Gigabit Ethernet; Companies supplied by George Chamberlain, president of Pleora Technologies, with an outline of a proposed standard; Features designed to speed and simplify the implementation of Gigabit Ethernet Systems.


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