RE: PMD discussion
Ed and Jay:
In general it is true that with a given size of a pie, the more people share
the same pie, the smaller share each one gets.
However, the 10 GbE PMDs are not in one same pie, in stead, it consists of a
few distinctly different pies. For example, the pie of VSR below 100 meter
connections among equipment of a computer room is totally different from 40
km MAN pie. They do not share pies at all.
Important thing we have to do is to provide enough PMD options for the
future market to grow.
Some PMD companies has all different PMD products to meet each different PMD
Edward S. Chang
NetWorth Technologies, Inc.
[mailto:owner-stds-802-3-hssg@xxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Cornejo, Edward
Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2000 3:56 PM
Cc: '802.3ae'; 'Jack Jewell'
Subject: RE: PMD discussion
Good point Jay. I am not in favor of splitting up the pie anymore than we
have to. And speaking from a PMD supplier perspective, the fewer projects we
need to fund and resource the better for time to market and time to cost.
> From: jay.hoge@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx[SMTP:jay.hoge@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2000 10:58 AM
> To: Cornejo, Edward (Edward)
> Cc: '802.3ae'; 'Jack Jewell'
> Subject: RE: PMD discussion
> I agree with you for the most part. It's important to remember, however,
> that each time we split the pie by adding another PMD, the volume of each
> goes down and the price of each goes up. Price deltas are a slippery