[10GBASE-T] Market potential
I have trouble with this fitting into the traditional horizontal 100 meter market for two reasons (if this is something we need to justify for broad market potential):
Not achieving the 100 meters, which I believe is something that has made this market very successful. Note, I don't count Cat 7.
And if ignoring that, running 10 gig at 60 meters and only 1 gig at 61 meters. I would have a hard time justifying such a product.
From: "George Zimmerman" <email@example.com>
To: "[unknown]" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thanks for returning focus to the 5 criteria. Can you elaborate on
where you think the potential users are? =20
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From: Cobb, Terry R (Terry) [mailto:email@example.com]=20
Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2003 6:49 AM
Subject: RE: [10GBASE-T] PAR and 5 critters
George, On Broad Market Potential you said:
"As far as broad market potential is concerned, looking at something
like 99% of the installed base in 2005 being Class D & E, and between
60-70% being less than 50meters, that represents a broad market."
I would agree that does represent a broad market but I am not sure I
agree that it represents a broad market of potential users.