The Intel MXC Networking Potential
Intel MXC - Is this standard the future of networking for LAN and IoT?
What is Intel MXC?
Intel MXC is a connector, designed by Intel Corporation, to supersede the slowly outdated 8P8C RJ45 connector which carries Ethernet data.
Intel had developed a connector, the MXC, with the intention to include it in their server and workstation main/logic/motherboards. For the connector to be useful, a cable needed to be developed to connect between two devices, with MXC connectors, or into a network of devices, with MXC connectors.
Intel approached Corning, designers and manufactures of Clear Curve, a range of optical fibre cables that had the potential for greater bandwidth with the breakthrough achieved with Intel Silicon Photonics Technology.
I would like to find more information on the scope of devices designed to incorporate MXC into a network, with mesh and star topologies with redundant connections.
Sources of Information
More information can be found on Intel's web site:
Intel MXC Optical Connector and ClearCurve LX Fiber