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Guide for Choosing Suitable Cat6 Cables

Though the Cat8 patch cable is arousing more and more attention in the market, the previous generations of patch cables such as Cat6 still play an important role in wired networks. At present, Cat6 cable can be categorized by shielding … Continue reading

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Fiber Network Interface Card Buying Factors and Recommendation

As technology develops, higher speed network like 10G or 40G for delivering or downloading data is required everywhere, whether for home use, enterprise applications or cloud computing environments. Fiber network interface card (NIC) plays a vital role in data transmission … Continue reading

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Passive CWDM vs Active CWDM

Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing (CWDM) is an optical multiplexing technology used for increasing the bandwidth of fiber. It works by combining optical signals of different wavelengths on one strand of fiber. Usually, CWDM is able to transport up to 18 … Continue reading

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WDM-PON Network: An Efficient Solution for 5G Deployment

Driven by the rapid development of mobile communication industry, 5G network has boomed. However, 5G also faces some challenges such as the higher transmission bandwidth requirement. How to solve these problems? The WDM-PON network may be a better solution. This … Continue reading

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Is 400G Ethernet Still Far in the Future?

The rapid expanding of data centers spurs the demand for higher speeds, greater scalability, and higher levels of performance over the network, and the demand is not gonna slack. Thus the Ethernet speed upgrade has become a hot topic. The … Continue reading

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