Electronic Products & Technology


April 12, 2006  Staff

KANATA, Ont. – Quake Technologies has announced that it is a founding member of the Ethernet Alliance, an industry group dedicated to the success and expansion of Ethernet technology.
 Quake Technologies said it will play a key role in helping the Ethernet Alliance fulfill its mission of helping member companies increase acceptance and reduce time-to-market of Ethernet products by supporting the advancement of existing and emerging Ethernet technologies.
 In addition to Quake, founding members of the Ethernet Alliance include 3Com, Broadcom, Intel,  and Tyco Electronics.     According to Quake, the Ethernet Alliance will exist for as long as it remains relevant to IEEE 802 Ethernet technology and it will support IEEE 802 Ethernet projects: by speeding acceptance and time-to-market for new Ethernet markets and technologies; by cultivating efforts to define and develop new Ethernet technologies; and by educating Ethernet users on their choices and implementations for various applications.
    "Quake Technologies looks forward to supporting the growth and expansion of the Ethernet Alliance," said Brad Booth, president of the Ethernet Alliance and director of Advanced Products at Quake.

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