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To keep up with the global demand for higher bandwidth, Arista has designated 7500E series switch to address 100G long-hual dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) connectivity. Arista 100G interconnect solution combines Layer 2/Layer 3 switching, wire-speed encryption and coherent DWDM … Continue reading
High speed and wide bandwidth demands drive data centers to consolidate into more complex systems. The speed of data center now is increasing to 40 Gbps and eventually to 100 Gbps. Thus, new optical technologies and cabling infrastructure are required. … Continue reading
Recently, we can see some products information about fiber optic transceivers, such SFP, SFP+, XFP, QSFP and QSFP+ on facebook. Have you ever wondered what are they respectively for and what’s the difference between them? Today, we are going to … Continue reading
Recent interest has been shown in further increasing the transceiver port density for optical datacom applications, particularly blade servers, as well as finding a cost effective way to increase aggregate data rates beyond 10 Gbps. One approach is the Quad … Continue reading