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ANSI - INCITS 479

Information Technology – Fibre Channel – Physical Interface - 5 (FC-PI-5)

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Organization: ANSI
Publication Date: 16 November 2011
Status: active
Page Count: 134
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This international standard describes the physical interface portions of high performance electrical and optical link variants that support the higher level Fibre Channel protocols including FC-FS-3 (reference [33]) and the higher Upper Level Protocols (ULPs) associated with HIPPI, SCSI, IP and others.

FC-PI-5 includes 16GFC, 8GFC and 4GFC. FC-PI-5 supersedes FC-PI-4 (reference [2]). For older technologies such as 2GFC and 1GFC refer to FC-PI-2 (reference [3]).

Document History

August 29, 2016
Information Technology – Fibre Channel – Physical Interface - 5/Amendment 1 (FC-PI-5/AM1)
This amendment updates INCITS 479-2011, FC-PI-5, to allow for forward error correction on 16GFC EL variants.
August 29, 2016
Information Technology – Fibre Channel – Physical Interface - 5/Amendment 1 (FC-PI-5/AM1)
This amendment updates INCITS 479-2011, FC-PI-5, to allow for forward error correction on 16GFC EL variants.
INCITS 479
November 16, 2011
Information Technology – Fibre Channel – Physical Interface - 5 (FC-PI-5)
This international standard describes the physical interface portions of high performance electrical and optical link variants that support the higher level Fibre Channel protocols including FC-FS-3...
November 16, 2011
Information Technology – Fibre Channel – Physical Interface - 5 (FC-PI-5)
This international standard describes the physical interface portions of high performance electrical and optical link variants that support the higher level Fibre Channel protocols including FC-FS-3...

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