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How to Run 40GbE Over Duplex LC MMF Cabling

The use of parallel optics in 40GbE multimode fiber cabling (MMF cabling) require more fiber strands than the 10GbE infrastructures. Thus, data center will require a cabling upgrade to meet the requirement of migration. In this case, cost is a … Continue reading

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40G and 100G Pluggable Optics in the Data Center

40G and 100G are in full swing this year. All the topics, news and product solutions are around 40G/100G, especially the pluggable optics, including transceivers, Copper DACs (Direct Attach Cables) and AOCs (Active Optical Cables). In data center optics market, … Continue reading

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Comparison of 40G QSFP+ LR4 and SR4 Optics

At present, for 40GbE, there are several kinds of transmission solutions. People usually use the 4 x 10 GE Breakout cable, 40G QSFP+ module or 40G CFP modules to achieve the 40GbE. Among them, the first two kinds of solutions … Continue reading

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The Need For Speed – Fiber Optic Transceiver Module Part

Background In order to satisfy peple’s higher and higher demands of the network speed, technology been developed rapidly. In just a few decades, the network speed has a leap from 10Mbit/s in 1983 to todays 40/100 Gbit/s. We can see … Continue reading

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The New 40G QSFP+ Transceivers Launched by Fiberstore

Fiberstore is proud to present the new 40G QSFP+ transceiver which delivers network speeds of up to 40Gbps that will satisfy the appetite of any application that requires increased bandwidth. The┬ánew QSFP+ transceiver is available in the format of SR … Continue reading

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