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How frightening would it be for the driver of a car if turning up the air-conditioning fan to full power stopped the brakes from working? Or if sounding the horn made the headlights switch off? These might sound far-fetched, but they are conceivable scenarios. Car makers have to be sure this could never happen in the real world.

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There is considerable market demand for a cost-effective solution that new speeds between Gigabit and 10 Gigabit offer. Market forces are driving the need for 2.5G and 5G BASE-T products to help optimize existing structural cabling, allowing enterprises and SPs to reap the benefits of higher performance and cost savings.

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It’s common knowledge that Ethernet is engrained in the enterprise IT and telecommunication networks, but is just starting to heat up in the automotive industry. Since this technology is still in its infancy stage, what should automotive designers focus on when devising the next generation of in-vehicle networks?

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