Revisit the La Jolla voting record, then find what is the best way to get 75%
consensus, which will help HSSG and Sun. This is the way to contribute.
NetWorth Technologies, Inc.
> From: "Edward Chang" <edward.chang@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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> The 3-PMD you chose was the set rejected by 802.3 in La Jolla by only
> getting 57% yes vote, and the parallel optics of 4-fibers failed by only
> getting 38% yes vote
Not bad for being added to the PMD vote just before the vote was taken.
.... 75% yes vote is required.
> If you propose the same thing again, we will be stuck there with only
> 1550/1310 serial PMDs forever.
> There are other choices which have much higher approval rate than those you
> have chosen.
Can you elaborate what these other PMD choices are?
> Please come up with more creative solutions, acceptable by 75% voters to
> help all HSSG including Sun to resolve the PMD issue.
the creative way to move forward is to define two low cost variant for
data center applications with 100 m reach, then add the 1300 nm CWDM
to support 300m. The data center market is very significant and will
keep the short-wave people happy help getting more vote.