October 19, 2009, 11:19 PM —
Few technologies in the world have proven to be as adaptable as Ethernet. Once a meek 3Mbps over shared coaxial cable technology used to connect printers and PCs, it has morphed to 100Gbps and is used to help run trains, planes and spaceships. Here's a look at some of Ethernet's cooler implementations.
Republished with permission from Network World (view original version)