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Ethernet Alliance Draws Higher Ed Crowd

Nine universities have joined the Ethernet Alliance, a group advocating the adoption of and research into Ethernet technologies, through the Ethernet Alliance University Program (EAUP). The Ethernet Alliance has also launched its first-annual White Paper Challenge Program through the EAUP.

The EAUP is an initiative aimed at providing a forum for universities (and other educational institutions) to communicate and collaborate with industry and "acquire practical perspectives of academic theories and help foster the growth of Ethernet," according to the group. The latest universities to join the initiative include:
  • Arizona State University;
  • Columbia University;
  • Eastern Illinois University;
  • Institute Industrial IT;
  • Johns Hopkins University;
  • Pennsylvania State University;
  • Syracuse University;
  • Universiti Malaysia Perlis; and
  • University of Southern California.
In other EAUP news, the organization has extended the deadline for its first-annual White Paper Challenge Program. The White Paper Challenge Program is open to graduate and undergraduate students to "to present academic theories that promote the advancement of Ethernet technologies and apply those theories in a real-world setting." The winner will receive a cash prize and will be offered a chance to present at Interop Las Vegas in Aril. The new deadline for submissions is Feb. 28, and the program is open to all EAUP member institutions. (Membership in EAUP is free.)

More information on the initiative and the White Paper Challenge Program can be found below.

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