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  • To: "Wallace, Dean" <Dean.Wallace@xxxxxxxxxx>, fibre_channel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • From: Adrian Butter <adrian.butter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2018 12:03:52 -0400
Hi Dean (et al),

Based on factoring in the use of Precoding for 256GFC links & an initial review of the associated Ethernet error modeling results, I don't believe there is a need to consider anything as extreme as a signal processing architecture change for FS-5 - So I don't plan to further suggest such an option. Instead, I would rather focus on analysis of the available Ethernet error modeling results to quantify BER differences between the 64GFC & 256GFC vs 50GbE & 200GbE architecture approaches. It may be useful to consider such data in the context of optimally managing 64GFC & 256GFC links. In view of that change in direction, Scott Kipp suggested (& I agree) that presenting such a contribution would best be done at the August Joint T11.2/T11.3 (& perhaps also at the T11.2?) ad hoc rather than an off-cycle conference call. Beyond that, since my current contribution T11-2018-00199-v000 is essentially invalid, I'm thinking it best if I delete that from the T11 data base so as not to propagate bad information.

In the meantime, for anyone interested in supporting &/or reviewing the analysis contribution I'm preparing, please send me a note advising of your interest so I can loop you in. Any feedbsck you may have to offer would be much appreciated!

Thanks & Regards,
Adrian
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From: Wallace, Dean <Dean.Wallace@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, Jun 18, 2018 at 9:53 AM
Subject: RE: [fibre_channel] Groups - T11-2018-00199-v000.pdf uploaded
To: David Peterson <david.peterson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>, Adrian Butter <adrian.butter@globalfoundries.com>
Cc: "fibre_channel@standards.incits.org" <fibre_channel@standards.incits.org>


HI Adrian

 

I will cancel the meeting on the Website and send a cancelation notice out to the reflector (beside this one). We can reschedule when you are ready.

 

Speedy recovery!!

 

REGARDS DEAN

 

From: David Peterson [mailto:david.peterson@broadcom.com]
Sent: Sunday, June 17, 2018 1:57 PM
To: Adrian Butter <adrian.butter@globalfoundries.com>
Cc: Wallace, Dean <Dean.Wallace@xxxxxxxxxx>; fibre_channel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.org
Subject: Re: [fibre_channel] Groups - T11-2018-00199-v000.pdf uploaded

 

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Howdy Adrian,

 

Thanks for the update, Dean will reschedule, and take care of your eye(s) 👍

 

Dave

 

On Sun, Jun 17, 2018 at 2:20 PM Adrian Butter <adrian.butter@globalfoundries.com> wrote:

Hi Folks,

 

Based on some very important feedback provided by Mike Dudek (thanks Mike!), there is a fundamental functional difference between 256GFC & 200GbE which I overlooked in the current document posting (e.g. use of Precoding for 256GFC). This renders much of the analysis & conclusions in the current posting invalid. I've been working on an updated document version which properly accounts for Precoding. However, those updates are not yet complete. It also hasn't helped that I'm currently recovering from emergency eye surgery last Thurs night (scary stuff!), so I'd suggest the Tues ad hoc for this discussion be deferred to a later date. Once the updates are complete, I'll post the revised version - And thereafter we can plan a new time for the joint call. Apologies for the late notice...

 

Regards,

 

Adrian

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From: Adrian Butter <adrian.butter@globalfoundries.com>
Date: Thu, Jun 7, 2018 at 2:49 PM
Subject: [fibre_channel] Groups - T11-2018-00199-v000.pdf uploaded
To: fibre_channel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.org


Submitter's message
Presentation to be discussed at the T11.2/T11.3 Joint Ad Hoc conference call being scheduled for 19-June-2018 at 10 AM PDT.
-- Mr. Adrian Butter

Document Name: T11-2018-00199-v000.pdf


Description
Describes key signal processing differences between 256GFC (per FC-FS-5) &
200GbE (per 802.3bs-2017 & 802.3cd) which will impact the link budget for
PI-7P; Quantifies the impact in the context of prior 802.3bs project error
modeling work & implications for PI-7P; Outlines options going forward.
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Submitter: Mr. Adrian Butter
Group: T11 - Fibre Channel Interfaces
Folder: T11 Document Register 2018
Date submitted: 2018-06-07 11:49:08


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