October 30, 2018

How will SWDM and OM5 affecting your data center upgrade?

Currently, most of the data center are using OM3 and OM4 Multimode fiber to deploying 10G Ethernet. When we are updating from 40G and 100G, mostly we are using cost-effective QSFP-SR4 and QSFP28-SR4 Multimode transceivers with a multi-fiber interface. In the cabling infrastructure of the data center, abundant of duplex fiber and multi-fiber patch cord, […]

October 22, 2018

400G-SR8 Broad Applications for Datacenters

Features: Low cost: SR8 is the cost optimized 400G end to end solution for greenfield new install/ brownfield upgrade for <50m reach. Flexibility: 400G-SR8 offers flexibility of fiber shuffling with 50G/100G/200G configurations. It also supports breakout at different speeds for various applications: compute, storage, flash, GPU, and TPU. High density: 400G-SR8 OSFP/QSFP DD transceiver can […]

October 7, 2018

5 Reasons to buy 100G QSFP28 Transceivers

1. What makes 100G QSFP28 Transceiver different from 40G QSFP+ Transceiver? It has the same size form factor and the maximum number of ports as a QSFP+ transceiver, but the lane speeds are increased from 10Gbps to 25Gbps. The increase in panel density is even more dramatic when compared to some of the other 100 […]

September 25, 2018


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September 23, 2018

What is DSFP Dual Small Form-Factor Pluggable transceiver Modules

The Dual Small Form-Factor Pluggable Multi-Source Agreement Group (DSFP MSA) has announced a Rev. 1.0 Hardware Specification for the optical module form factor. The DSFP aims to double SFP module density in the same footprint, while interoperating with existing SFP modules and cables. Applications DSFP MSA is developing a SFP+/SFP28 compatible form factor for 5G […]

September 20, 2018

SFP-DD MSA Announce the High-Speed, High-Density Interface Specification v2.0

The SFP-DD MSA Group (Small Form Factor Pluggable Double Density Multi Source Agreement Group) releases the v2.0 specification for the SFP-DD pluggable interface. This new release dedicated to cultivating the development of next-generation SFP form factors used in high-speed DAC (Direct Attach Cable) and AOC (Active Optical Cable) cabling, and optical transceivers, the MSA consortium […]

September 19, 2018

QSFP-DD MSA Group Announced Version 4.0 Hardware Specification

The Quad Small Form Factor Pluggable Double Density (QSFP-DD) MSA Group (Multi Source Agreement Group) announced the release of an updated 4.0 Hardware specification for the QSFP-DD form factor at September 18, 2018. The latest hardware specification to address the industry need for an improved high-density, high-speed networking solution. Other notable features to the updated […]

September 9, 2018

Top 6 things you need to consider before choosing the Category 6A or Class EA cable

Cable Size and Cable Weight: Controlling noise and crosstalk at higher frequencies has required Category 6A cables up to 50% larger than their Category 6 predecessors. While many available Category 6A options remain significantly larger and heavier, the newest Category 6A cables are only about 15% larger than Category 6. Installation Complexity Most Category 6A […]

September 3, 2018

Twisted Pair Certification Testing Methods

Permanent Link Certification When is permanent link testing appropriate? The permanent link test is used to certify the permanent cabling infrastructure and is typically conducted during the installation phase of the network. Adapter Required: Permanent Link Adapters Patch Cord Certification When is patch cord testing appropriate? Patch cord testing is used to quickly verify whether […]

August 30, 2018

Best Practices for Managing the Cabling During Cable Instllation

Do not placing the multiple bundles or over-bunding the cables, it might increase the loss of the cable, or damage the jacekt. Avoid over bending the fiber cable, it is not copper cable, and considering to use bending insensitive cable to avoide bending loss Avoid mounting cabling components in locations that block access to other […]