Martin Nuss

CTO and Vice President,
Vitesse Semiconductor


Martin Nuss is the CTO and vice president, technology and strategy, of Vitesse Semiconductor. He also serves on the board of directors for the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS). He is a fellow of the Optical Society of America and a member of IEEE as well. He has a doctorate in applied physics from the Technical University in Munich, Germany. 

The Skinny on IPSec vs. MACsec
IPSec, which provides security by using end-to-end tunnels, is complex, while MACsec supports easy upgrades and high-speed connectivity up to 100G at low power and low cost.
Security Essentials for the Internet of Things
As Ethernet's role grows in the Internet of Things, recent technology advances in IEEE 802.1AE MACsec and IEEE 802.1x KeySec will help provide a much-needed layer of network security.
Ethernet Everywhere: Accelerating Data-Center Migration to the Cloud
By simplifying storage networking and reducing total cost of ownership, the object-oriented, Ethernet-based architecture should streamline the data-center network and accelerate the shift of applications to the cloud.
What’s Behind The IEEE 1588 Protocol?
IEEE 1588 (1588) is a packet-based two-way communications protocol specifically designed to precisely synchronize many clocks to sub-microsecond resolution. The 2008 version of the protocol defines different clock classes and the syntactic language between these classes of clocks.
TD-LTE And LTE-Advanced Networks Need Correct Time And Phase Data
Smart strategies can help designers provide the timing synchronization support that LTE and LTE-A networks require.
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