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March 17, 2019

TARLUZ IN THE OFC 2019

TARLUZ IN THE OFC 2019 The global optical communications community gathered in San Diego 3 – 7 March 2019 for OFC (Optical Fiber Communications Conference and Exhibition). TARLUZ brought its 400G MPO patch cord, AOC, optical transceiver to participate the OFC 2019. This year’s event featured the market’s prevailing topics is technology and product demonstrations […]

March 15, 2019

What is SN Connector

SN Connector is a next generation connector designed by SENKO Advanced Components. This new duplex connector is optimized for 400G transceivers, is an alternative solution for the next generation high density Data Center. The Features of the SN Connector as follow: Effective size reduction compared to LC Duplex Designed for OSFP/QSFP-DD Break out application Proven […]

February 19, 2019

See you at OFC 2019 San Diego

You’re invited to visit TARLUZ Telecom booth #5916 at OFC 2019, March 5-7 in San Diego. TARLUZ Telecom Pleased to demonstrate the following products to you: 200G/400G QSFP-DD, OSFP SR8 Cable Assembly Gender/Polarity Changeable MPO Patch Cord 100G/40G Fiber Optic Transceivers 100G/40G High-Speed Cable Assembly MPO/MTP Fiber Cable Assembly High-Density Rack Chassis and Cassette Special […]

February 17, 2019

Introduction to 400GBASE-SR4.2 (BiDi) Standard

The 400GBASE-SR4.2 (BiDi) Standard was announced by the 400G Bidirectional (BiDi) MSA (Multisource Agreement) Group in the year 2018. The specification will be named 400G-BD4.2, to identify the bidirectional use of four lasers each of two colors. Using the 400G-BD4.2 specification, two transceivers communicate over lengths up to 70 meters (OM3 MMF Multimode fiber), 100m […]

January 21, 2019

Holiday Notice – Chinese Lunar New Year 2019

Holiday Notice Our offices will be closed on Feb. 3th, 2018, in observance of Chinese Spring Festival. We will be reopen on Feb. 11th 2018. We apologize for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your understanding. TARLUZ TELECOM Jan. 2019

January 5, 2019

Do you know all these form-factors for optical transceivers

CFP CFP optical transceivers, also known as C form-factor pluggables, are common plug-and-play hot-swap transceivers. CFP2 CFP2 optical transceivers are suited to 40G and 100G Ethernet applications and designed to meet some of the harshest operating conditions. CFP4 In accordance with the multi-source agreement (MSA), CFP4 optical transceivers support 40Gbit/s and 100Gbit/s interfaces. Copper SFP […]

December 24, 2018

Brief introduction of 50G SFP56 Modules

Different from the 40G Ethernet, 50G Ethernet initial limited deployment as proprietary 2x25G or 1x50G. It could provide faster bandwidth to extend the existing data center network. One of the form-factor of the 50GE pluggable modules is SFP56. it is the same size as current SFP, SFP and SFP28 Modules. The 50GE SFP56 PAM4 Modules […]

December 23, 2018

What do the suffixes “SR8, DR4, xDR4 FR4 and 2FR4” stand for OSFP Modules?

The letters are reach specifications, and the number refers to the number of optical channels: Description Connector Type SR8: “SR” refers to 100m reach using multi-mode fiber, and “8” implies there are 8 optical channels. Each of the 8 optical channels from an SR8 module are carried on separate fibers, resulting in a total of […]

December 16, 2018

Optical Transceiver Market is Growing Despite a few Localized Headwinds

The global market for optical transceivers eked out respectable year-over-year growth (+8%) in Q3 2018 despite headwinds faced by several vendors. Strong year-over-year sales growth was reported by II-VI (+20%), Accelink (+18%), Innolight (+18%), Lumentum (+49%), Neophotonics (+15), and Sumitomo (+12%), while quality issues at AOI (down 36% y-o-y), and incomplete recoveries from ZTE’s 2Q18 […]

December 11, 2018

400G OSFP Transceivers and Its Fiber Type and Connector Type

The OSFP stands for an “Octal Small Form-factor Pluggable”. It is described as an “Octal” module because the electrical interface of an OSFP connector consists of 8 electrical lanes, running at 50Gb/s each, for a total of bandwidth of 400Gb/s. OSFP SR8, 8x50G Optical transceiver module is designed for use in 400 Gigabit links over […]