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Thanks for the “Congratulations on .3BRexist!”
I like your analogy.
But .. the approval of IEEE 802.3br as a Standard is something what I hope EVERYBODY is enjoying, but Brexit????
With best regards,
From: Glen Kramer [mailto:glen.kramer@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Congratulations on your .3BRexist!
On Thu, Jun 30, 2016 at 10:00 AM, Winkel, Ludwig <ludwig.winkel@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Dear IET colleagues,
David Law informed me today that the IEEE P802.3br Interspersing Express Traffic (IET) was approved today by the IEEE-SA Standards Board meeting in Berlin. With that it got the status of an IEEE 802.3br Amendment without the P in front of 802.
Thanks to everyone who contributed! I would like to express my thanks explicitly to our Editor, Pat Thaler, for her outstanding work as THE EXPERT as well as THE EDITOR of IEEE 802.3br.
I hope to see you in San Diego so we can celebrate the success that Ethernet associated with the Amendments driven by IEEE 802.1 TSN is now capable to be used in Real-time Ethernet applications with guaranteed latencies. This Real-time Ethernet will be used in a lot of applications in a compatible way to the existing installations.
Mit freundlichen Gruessen / With best regards,
Chair of the IEEE P802.3br Task Force
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