Tag Archives: 10G SFP+

Compatible Transceivers and Cabling Solution for Mikrotik CRS317-1G-16S+RM Switch

The business models today have become increasingly digital, which requires an increasingly faster and reliable network. There has never been so much traffic and applications running on the networks and it keeps growing, bringing much pressure to enterprises’ networks. Although 40G … Continue reading

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40G QSFP+ Breakout Cables vs. QSA Module

When one end of the network is running on a 40 Gigabit platform, and the other end of the network is running at lower speeds such as 10 Gbps, migration is required. Using fan-out technology and QSA are two different … Continue reading

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Media Types for 10 Gigabit Ethernet

Today, the Ethernet cabling systems market is dominated by 10G links. Several physical media types are available to support 10 Gigabit Ethernet applications, including 10GBASE-CX4, SFP+ DAC, fiber optics, and 10GBASE-T (using twisted pair, RJ-45 connectors). In this post, they … Continue reading

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A Complete Guide of Installing or Removing Transceiver Modules (Part I)

After learning more about a variety basic or conclusive knowledge of transceiver modules these days, I believe you must have a new understanding or a deeper perception on the transceiver modules. In fact, that’s just a tip of iceberg. My … Continue reading

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The Rapid Development of Optical Transceiver Market

Several years ago, there was a report which said that the 10G/40G/100G optical transceivers would hit 1.44 billion dollars by 2014, driven by 10G SFP+ and tunable XFP modules. It is now 2014, and the forecasts have came true. Infontetics … Continue reading

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